Weyburn City Police were called to a couple of down town hotels during the week for a number of disturbances, which resulted in numerous charges.

Also in this week's Police report, members had to escort a number of impaired residents back to their homes. 

 

Below is the complete weekly report from the Weyburn Police Service. 

 

Weyburn Police Service Press Release

Week of October 18th to 25th , 2015

Sunday October 18th

- Members of the Weyburn Police Service along with EMS were dispatched to the Canadian Wholesale Club after a vehicle had hit a child. A vehicle, being driven by a 55 year old female, was pulling into a parking stall beside another vehicle and struck a 15 month old child. The child was transported to hospital with what was later described as minor injuries. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

-Members of the Weyburn Police Service were dispatched to a Downtown Bar after a fight had broken out in the establishment. Police separated those involved and the subsequent investigation resulted in a 37 year old male being arrested and transported to cells. He was charged with assault and released to attend court in December.

Tuesday October 20th

-The Weyburn Police Service received a complaint after a local resident had been approached by an individual who was asking for donations to a charity. The complainant did not feel it was legitimate and called police. The investigation into this matter is ongoing.

If approached by an individual who is canvassing for a charity ask for their organizations identification. Most legitimate fundraising efforts will have some documentation with their volunteers. If suspicious of the individual please call police.

-A member of the Weyburn Police Service while on patrol conducted a routine vehicle stop and found the driver was exhibiting signs of impairment. As a result of the investigation a 37 year old male was arrested and charged with impaired drive and over .08, as well as possession of marijuana. He was later released from custody to appear in court later this year.

Friday October 23rd

-Members of the Weyburn Police Service were dispatched to a local hotel after receiving a complaint of a disturbance from one of the hotel rooms. Police found a 28 year old female yelling and screaming, she was arrested and transported to cells. She was charged with Mischief, resist arrest and numerous charges of Breach of conditions. She was later released for court later this month.

-Members of the Weyburn Police Service were dispatched to a local residence regarding an assault complaint. A 40 year old male advised police he had been accosted by another male while out riding a bicycle. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

-The Weyburn Police Service received a complaint of a domestic assault, after the complainant, a 36 year old female attended to the Police Station advising she had been assaulted by her husband. The subsequent investigation resulted in the arrest of a 51 year old male on October 24th. He was charged with assault and threatening and later released from custody for court at a later date.

Saturday October 24th

-At approximately 4:30pm, The Weyburn Police Service received a call of a 12 year old female who had gone missing from a residence in the Riverwood Area. The investigation and search for the missing girl expanded to include members of the Weyburn Police Service, the Weyburn Fire Department, RCMP, and an RCMP Canine Unit. Shortly after 9 pm, the missing girl was located by a member of the public safe at a farm yard east of the City.

In addition to those involved in the search, The Weyburn Police Service would like to thank the members of the public who called to give information, and to the media for their assistance.

-While on Patrol near Government Road and Railway, a member of the Weyburn Police Service observed an individual who was extremely intoxicated. A 67 year old male was arrested for drunk in public and lodged in cells until sober.

-A combined traffic enforcement project was conducted with members of the Weyburn Police Service, Estevan Police Service and the RCMP. Numerous vehicles were stopped throughout the evening and a number of charges were laid.

- A 30 year old male is facing charges of impaired drive and driving over .08. He was later released from custody to appear in court at a later date.

- Also charged during the traffic blitz was a 48 year old male who was found driving while impaired. He also is facing charges of driving over .08 and was later released from custody to appear in court at a later date.

- In addition two other individuals were charged with open liquor in a vehicle as well as one other driver was given a 72 hour driver suspension after he was found to have been driving over .04

Sunday October 25th

-At approximately 0215 am members of the Weyburn Police Service attended to a downtown bar after receiving numerous calls of a fight in progress. The fight had dispersed upon police arrival though one individual who had been involved was taken home by police.

-Members of the Weyburn Police attended to a local residence after receiving a call of a domestic dispute. The subsequent investigation resulted in a 31 year old male being arrested and later charged with assault and mischief. He was subsequently released for court at a later date.

-Weyburn Police members later attended to a fight in progress at a local hotel lobby. Investigation determined an argument had escalated into a shoving match between two males. The parties were separated and neither individual was charged.

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