Weyburn police investigates collision on Highway 39

The Weyburn Police Service, along with Weyburn Fire and EMS, responded to a motor vehicle accident at Highway 39 and Third Street South on Sept. 3. Investigation shows that the driver of one of the vehicles disobeyed the red light and struck the other vehicle on the side. The matter is still under investigation.

Weyburn police received a complaint about a stolen truck which was taken from a residence on Thursday. The matter is still under investigation. 

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Weyburn police received a complaint about a disturbance on Wednesday. An individual was found in the alley and was yelling and being disruptive. A false name was given to police and upon further investigation the individual was arrested and charged with causing a disturbance, breach of probation and resisting a police officer.

City police received a complaint about a disturbance at a local business on Wednesday. The individual was outside of the business upon police arrival. The business did not want other patrons bothered and did not want to lay charges, but will be banning the individual from the property.

A Weyburn police officer, while on patrol, stopped an individual and issued a warning for proceeding through a stop sign before safe to do so on Wednesday. The individual was also issued a ticket for creating or causing a loud or unnecessary noise. 

City police received a complaint of a person uttering threats against them on Thursday. Investigation found the individual did not want to pursue charges, but just wanted a warning to the other person to have no contact with them anymore.

Police conducted a traffic stop on Thursday, and while doing so, an individual who was walking by started interfering with the traffic stop by shouting at officers and approaching them. The individual was asked, more than once, to continue on their way and stop trying to interfere. The individual failed to comply and continued to interfere, which resulted in an arrest for obstruction of a peace officer as well as being intoxicated in public.

Weyburn police received a complaint about a person threatening them on Thursday. Further investigation led to an individual being charged with uttering threats against a person.

City police received a complaint about an individual who did not comply with their release conditions on Thursday. The accused was located, arrested and charged for failing to comply with their conditions.

Police received a complaint about someone being in their vehicle on Thursday. The investigation found that no items were missing from the vehicle and there was no damage to the vehicle.

Weyburn police attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a motorcycle on Thursday, but the driver of the motorbike did not stop for police. The matter is still under investigation.

Altogether the Weyburn Police Service responded to 71 calls from Sept. 3-9.