The Estevan Police Service responded to several incidents over the weekend including theft, domestic violence, and a motorcycle that fled a traffic stop. 

On Friday, EPS received three calls. The first involved a dispute between a landlord and tenant in the north end of the city. Officers mediated the situation.

A vehicle owner reported damage to their car, likely from being keyed while parked near the mall. The case remains under investigation.

Police responded to a domestic disturbance on the city's south side later that day. A 20-year-old male from Estevan was arrested and charged with assault. His first court appearance is scheduled for June.

On Saturday, a report was filed regarding property not being returned to its owner. The complainant was asked to provide a statement.

A traffic stop for speeding resulted in a male driver testing positive for THC on a roadside screening device. He was issued a 72-hour driver's license suspension, and his vehicle was impounded.

Police investigated a suspicious male walking near the railway tracks in the city's west end. Officers located and spoke with the individual.

On Sunday, police responded to a report of an individual stealing power from a residence. This matter is under investigation.

A wallet and other items were reported stolen from a vehicle. A credit card from the wallet was used at various locations around the city. This incident remains under investigation.

At 10:45 a.m., a male motorcyclist fled the scene during a traffic stop on 13th Avenue at 8th Street. Police request anyone with information to contact EPS or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers.