The Weyburn Police Service dealt with 75 calls for service during the week of Jan. 12-19, including reports of theft, suspicious vehicles and motor vehicle accidents.
Weyburn police were called to a theft of footwear from a business on the south side of the City on Saturday. While the individuals were inside the business, they removed their footwear and when they went to leave noticed that one pair of footwear was missing. The matter is being looked into by police.
Police were called to a possible break-and-enter in progress at one of the motels in the City on Jan. 12. The individuals were located by police, and the investigation revealed that the break-and-enter did not occur, however one of the individuals involved was found to have numerous charges outstanding. The individual was arrested for multiple breaches of conditions, possession of meth and possession of stolen credit cards. The individual was released for court at a later date.
City police were called to an accident on Government Road between two vehicles on Jan. 12. One of the vehicles was trying to enter traffic while the other was driving south. The southbound vehicle tried to brake and turn to avoid the collision, but due to the icy conditions was unable to. One of the vehicles had to be towed from the accident and one person was taken to hospital to be checked by medical staff.
WPS members responded to an establishment to a report of a fight on Friday. Police attended and found the altercation to be over. The parties were located and they said it was only a verbal altercation that took place. Both people were warned of their actions.
A complaint was received of a suspicious vehicle on South Hill on Friday. The vehicle was located by city police members, and the occupant was charged as a minor possessing Cannabis and was issued a fine of $360.
Police were called by a resident, who reported seeing a suspicious person knocking on doors in the neighborhood on Friday. Police attended and located the individual, who was in the City canvassing for World Vision.
Weyburn police received a report of a two-vehicle accident that had occurred near Signal Hill on Friday. Police attended and found both vehicles to be drivable, and information was exchanged between those involved.
City police was called on Friday to assist EMS with a report of an individual in cardiac arrest, possibly related to use of Fentanyl. The individual was treated with Naloxone and transported to the Weyburn General Hospital for medical assistance.
WPS members were called to assist with the removal of an unwanted individual from a residence on the south side of the City on Friday. The unwanted individual left the residence when police were called, and there were no further complaints from the home owner.