A male that was passed out at a business on Sunday night was among several people arrested by the Estevan Police Service over the weekend.
Sgt. Evan Handley said a 22-year-old man was unconscious in a local business just before 11 p.m. Sunday. He was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, cocaine, and fentanyl.
This came two days after police issued an advisory about high-potency fentanyl in the community.
"We don't believe he overdosed," said Handley. "If he did, he wasn't to the point where he needed medical assistance. But he was passed out when members found him. He didn't need to be revived medically or anything like that."
Handley said the man was kept in cells overnight and will be released on Monday.
A male was charged with two counts of failing to comply with his release order on Saturday night, and was given a court date for later this month.
A man was arrested on the south side of the city on Friday night for breaching a conditional sentence order. He was kept in cells ahead of a Monday court appearance.
And a male was hit with impaired-driving charges after being stopped in the downtown area on Friday night.
"We want to thank everybody for how safely they drove on Saturday night and throughout the day on Sunday," said Handley. "Luckily we didn't have a lot of accidents - hardly any of them - and that was super nice to see. The roads were really bad, so we thank everyone for taking their time to get to where they needed to go and just being extra safe."