Estevan Police Service were kept busy over the weekend, addressing a series of incidents ranging from assault arrests and intoxicated individuals to driving suspensions and bylaw infractions.

On June 29, 2024, a man was arrested on two charges of assault and one charge of assault causing bodily harm. He was released on conditions with a court date.

Officers responded to a report of a man going through garbage cans in the central part of the city. The man was spoken to and sent on his way. A suspicious man on Dufferin Avenue was also spoken to by police and sent on his way. Similarly, officers responded to a report of a man dumping branches in an apartment complex parking lot. The man was located and told to clean up the branches or face charges under the bylaw.

Officers responded to a report of a dog biting a person in the north end of the city. A statement was given, and the matter remains under investigation.

A 56-year-old Estevan woman was issued a 21-day driving suspension and a seven-day vehicle impoundment as a result of a traffic stop in the east end. A 29-year-old Estevan man was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place. He was transported and turned over to family members.

On June 30, Estevan Police Service received a report of a driver stopping and yelling at the driver of another vehicle. Police will speak to all parties involved.

Police responded to a call from a local restaurant after receiving a complaint about an injured man. EMS assessed the man, and his family was contacted to care for him. Nothing criminal was found to have happened.

During a traffic stop, a 43-year-old Estevan man was issued a three-day driving suspension and a three-day vehicle impoundment after testing positive on an oral fluid device for a controlled substance.

Several complaints were reported about noisy parties throughout the night. The owners of the residences involved were warned of the bylaw.