Two of three Friday arrests by the Estevan Police Service resulted in criminal charges, while the other still meant a stay behind bars.
The Estevan Police Service reported that a 36-year-old man was standing in the middle of 4th Street on Friday and not moving for vehicles. The Manitoban was arrested for public intoxication, and kept in custody until sober.
Police arrested an 18-year-old man for failing to comply with conditions on his probation order. He was held in cells to be released in front of a judge on further conditions.
A check on a 29-year-old man resulted in him being found in non-compliance with a conditional sentence order. He was also held in custody to be taken before a judge.
Police received a fraud report where a victim sent money as a deposit for an item on a local garage sale site. After the money was sent, the item was removed from the site and the victim lost contact with the seller.
The EPS cautioned the public about sending any money prior to receiving or picking up a product, as it could be a scam.
They also responded to a report of a driver that might be impaired. Police found the driver, who did not show any signs of impairment.