A series of incidents has the Estevan Police Service advising people to secure their vehicles and not leave items in plain view.

EPS Const. Danielle Stephany said on Friday morning that police received a number of complaints of thefts from vehicles.

Stephany reported a number of other calls from Thursday.

One involved them being dispatched to a central-Estevan home for a possible domestic.

"A 54-year-old male from Saskatoon was arrested on outstanding warrants and also arrested for forcible confinement and assault," said Stephany. "He was transported to the Estevan Police Service and will be relased at a late time."

She added that they are in the early stages of an investigation into another possible assault.

Police were called to a report of mischief to a vehicle. A suspect broke the driver's side window, but nothing was in the vehicle to steal, as it was for sale. Police obtained video from neighbouring residences, and are investigating.

A report of harassing communications made its way to police, who spoke with both parties. Stephany said the matter was resolved without charges.

An impaired driver was reported leaving a convenience store. Police patrolled the area, but did not find the vehicle.

And police received a request to do a check on an individual who had yet to report to his probation officer. They found him, and reminded him to do so.