Weyburn police investigate collision in city

Weyburn police responded to a vehicle collisionat the intersection of Coteau Avenue and First Street on Oct. 22, with one of the vehicles having to be towed. EMS was called to assist also, due to the deployment of the vehicle’s airbag. There were no reported injuries to any of the parties involved.

A report of a theft was received from a downtown business on Friday. The matter is under investigation.

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A report of mischief to a vehicle was reported to Weyburn police after a witness observed some young people throwing stones at a parked truck on Oct. 22. A window in the truck was damaged, and the young people were located by police. The two different parties involved are going to work out the damages.

A business on the east side of the city reported that an amount of material was stolen from one of the storage areas of the business on Saturday. The matter is being investigated.

Weyburn police received a complaint of a fraud on Oct. 20, where someone had used the complainant’s Visa card to make a number of unauthorized transactions. The unauthorized use of the credit card is being investigated.

A call was made to Weyburn police of strange noises coming from Jubilee Park on Oct. 20. Police members attended and found nothing to be out of the ordinary.

A call to assist in locating a young person was received by city police from family members on Oct. 21. Family members and police searched for the young person, who was later located at another family member’s residence.

Weyburn police responded to an alarm at the Signal Hills Arts Centre on Oct. 22, and upon arrival water was found to be spraying from the building. The Weyburn Fire Department was called to assist with shutting the water off.

Members of the city police were called to assist medical personnel with an individual at one of the facilities in the city on Oct. 22. Weyburn police members attended and assisted without incident.

Weyburn police responded to a call of an individual running in an area on the east side of the city on Wednesday, calling for help. The individual was located by police and found to be incoherent, confused and uncooperative. EMS was called to the location and transported the individual to Weyburn General Hospital for medical attention.

An individual was located on Wednesday who had an outstanding warrant from the RCMP. The individual was arrested and remanded for court at a later date.

A report of a missing person was made to Weyburn police on Thursday, and with the assistance of the public and Saskatoon Police Service, the individual was located and found to be safe.

City police members were called to assist with an individual who was talking about self-harm on Friday. The individual voluntarily sought out medical assistance.

Weyburn police attended to a call of an individual slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle on the south side of the city on Sunday. WPS members found the individual was not in medical distress, nor impaired, but had just fallen asleep.

Weyburn EMS called Weyburn police to assist with a medical call for a suspected overdose on Sunday. Narcan was administered by EMS, the individual was then transported to the Weyburn hospital for medical treatment.

While on patrol an individual was found walking on Highway 35 into the city from the south on Sunday. Police learned that the individual had run out of gas. The individual was given a ride to a fuel station, then back to the vehicle in order to carry on with his travels.