The Weyburn Police Service received a report of an assault in progress on Sunday. Upon attending, an adult male was taken into custody without incident. The female victim was transported to the Weyburn General Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
The male was remanded in custody and has been charged with assault causing bodily harm, uttering threats and mischief under $5,000.
• Weyburn police received a report of damage to a vehicle parked at a local motel on Nov. 5.
• City police received a call from a concerned person on Nov. 6 requesting that a wellbeing check be conducted. The subject of the concern was located and was found to be fine.
• Weyburn police received a call regarding a minor family dispute on Wednesday. As a result of the complaint and the ensuing investigation, an adult male was charged with theft under $5,000.
• Police received a report of a large dog at large on Thursday. The dog was located and with the assistance of the Humane Society the dog was placed back in the yard and secured. Charges against the owner are pending for allowing a dog to run at large.
• Weyburn police conducted a curfew check on Thursday on an adult female who is the subject of court-ordered conditions. All conditions were found being complied with.
Weyburn police conducted a traffic stop on Friday. As a result of the stop, the driver was identified as being the subject of a conditional sentence order. The adult male was found to be in contravention of the order and was subsequently arrested, and was remanded to appear in court.
• The Weyburn police received a call of a minor disturbance at a residence on Saturday. Upon arrival and after a brief investigation, an adult male was taken into custody without incident and held for being intoxicated in a public place. He was released when sober.
• City police conducted a curfew check on a male who is the subject of court-ordered conditions on Sunday. He was found to be in compliance.
• Police conducted a traffic stop on Sunday. While dealing with the stop the police became aware that a passenger in the vehicle was subject to court-ordered conditions and was in violation of those conditions. An adult male was arrested without incident and remanded for court and is now facing charges for violating his conditions.
• In addition, the Weyburn Police Service received four scam reports this week: one CRA scam, one scam where SaskPower is requesting personal information, one STARS lottery scam and one scam where the person had apparently won a substantial amount of cash and an SUV, but had to make certain payments in order to claim the prize.
Please be advised that in Canada there can be no fees charged to claim any legitimate prize that has been won. If you are asked to pay anything to claim the prize it is an illegal scam.