The Estevan Police Service night shift reported a pair of arrests.

One man has been charged after a fraud investigation, and another was booked following an assault call.

Sgt. Kevin Reed said police arrested a 46-year-old man and charged him with six counts of fraud "after a lengthy investigation into complaints of a male who deposited fraudulent cheques."

A subsequent investigation led to police charging the man with misuse of a debit card that did not belong to him.

Reed said there were two alleged victims. One related to the cheques, and another from the debit card.

Reed said the perpetrator was redepositing a cheque a number of times.

Police were also called to a residence in the east-central part of town for an assault. 

Reed said they tried to arrest a 27-year-old man, who resisted arrest and assaulted the police. 

Police charged him with assault on his spouse, resisting arrest, and assaulting police. 

Both men that police charged were released on conditions and are scheduled to appear in court in April.

Police also reported a pair of calls to residences with unwanted guests. The first resulted in a male leaving on his own when police arrived. The subject of the second call had already left when police showed up.