Weyburn police received a report of a stolen trailer on Monday. The trailer is a white V-nose Continental enclosed trailer with Sask. licence 049 KFC. The vehicle was last parked in the New City Gardens area.
City police received a call regarding a vehicle that had hit the ditch in the area of Sims Avenue on Sunday. The vehicle was located. It appears that the vehicle left the roadway, struck a light standard and came to rest in the ditch. The driver has been charged with impaired driving by drug after having failed a DRE examination.
Police received a call regarding a two-vehicle collision on Douglas Road at Elm Crescent on Thursday. The investigation showed that a vehicle turning left from Elm Crescent failed to notice the oncoming eastbound vehicle on Douglas Road and turned in front, causing the collision. The driver of the vehicle turning left was issued a ticket.
Weyburn police received a report of a vehicle and pedestrian collision near the First Avenue NW entrance to Tatagwa View on Thursday, where a vehicle apparently struck a person on a medi-chair. The matter is still under investigation and the Weyburn PS are looking for anyone who may have information on this matter.
City police received a call regarding a person walking in traffic on July 27. The person was located and as a result of the interaction, the person agreed to go to the hospital to be assessed.
Weyburn police received a report of an Instagram scam on July 28, where the victim had suffered an actual loss of money. The matter is still under investigation.
Police received a call regarding a domestic-related assault on July 28. The matter is still under investigation.
Weyburn police received a call regarding an ongoing domestic assault on July 30. As a result of the investigation both parties have been charged, one with assault causing bodily harm and breach of probation and the other with assault. Both will be making a future court appearance.
City police received a complaint about a vehicle running into a fence on Thursday. The matter is still under investigation.
Weyburn police received a call to conduct a well-being check on an individual who was threatening self-harm on Friday. The person was located and was determined to be fine.
City police has received a few calls over the week about scams on Social Insurance numbers coming in over the telephone. Police simply urge people to be extremely cautious with giving out personal information if you are not certain who you are speaking with.
The Weyburn police received a call regarding a break-and-enter at a residence on Friday. The investigation determined that the matter was domestic related. A male was located and taken into custody and has now been charged with break-and-enter. He will be making a future court appearance.
City police received a call on Saturday regarding information that a person who is the subject of court-ordered conditions was violating those conditions. As a result the person has been charged with breach of a release order and will be making a future court appearance.
Weyburn police conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle on Tuesday morning. As a result of the stop the driver, who was on a court-ordered release, was arrested for breach of that release. The driver also showed signs of impairment and was processed by a DRE.