The Estevan Police Service have charged a driver, who showed signs of impairment, and are continuing to look into other illegal behaviour that was reported on Tuesday.

EPS Const. Danielle Stephany said police pulled a 44-year-old Estevan man over. The officer noticed signs of impairment, but the driver refused to submit to a breath demand. 

"He was arrested for refusal and transported to the police station where he was lodged in cells until sober," said Stephany. "He will speak to his charges in July. He was also charged for damaging property of the Estevan Police Service."

Police received a report of uttering threats. They obtained a statement and are continuing to investigate the matter.

Police are also continuing to investigate mischief to a vehicle. Stephany said a vehicle was damaged within the last few days via nail polish and marker.

Stephany said police were called to a pair of unwanted guests at residences. Both resulted in the guest leaving without incident.

Police were alerted to a male appearing to break into a vehicle, though it turned out to be his own. Stephany said they helped the male locate his keys.

There was a call to a liquor establishment for a possible disturbance between patrons. Police arrived, and the parties had left.

And police fielded a complaint of a loud truck towing a trailer in the south area of Estevan, but could not find the vehicle.

Stephany also reminded anyone driving around town to slow to 30 kph when passing workers. Police have helped with extra patrols around town with City workers completing road and water-line repairs.