City police arrest person on fraud charges

Weyburn police located and arrested an individual on Friday who was wanted on numerous fraud-related warrants around the province, including warrants outstanding in Weyburn.

Weyburn police received a report of inappropriate unsolicited messages being received via text on Feb. 25. It is undetermined at the time if somehow an account may have been hacked. The matter is still under investigation.

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City police received a report on Wednesday that sometime during the previous night a part-full fuel slip tank was stolen from the back of a truck while parked in the parking lot of a west side hotel. Anyone that may have seen something odd is asked to contact either the Weyburn Police Service, or to call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Weyburn police received a request to conduct a wellness check on a person who had indicated they wished to harm themselves. The person was found to be all right and in the company of other people who took care of the person.

Police received a report of an individual who was sending harassing communications via social media on Wednesday. The matter is still under investigation.

City police received a call regarding a domestic issue on Wednesday. Upon attending and dealing with the matter, one individual was taken to the Weyburn General Hospital for a mental health assessment.

Police received a request to attend a residence to keep the peace while one resident moved out on Thursday. The move was completed without issue.

The Weyburn police, while conducting a traffic stop on Thursday, identified that marijuana was being smoked in the vehicle. An adult was charged with consuming marijuana in a vehicle and issued a ticket.

City police received a report of a vehicle that had apparently been abandoned on Friday. Upon further investigation, it was found the vehicle had been stolen from Regina. The matter is still under investigation by both the Regina Police Service and Weyburn PS.

Police received a notification to be on the lookout for an individual who was threatening self-harm with a knife on Friday. The person was eventually located and without incident was taken to the hospital for further assessment.

City police received a call regarding a fight at a local pub on Sunday. The incident was over before police arrived, but as a result of the investigation one of the combatants was arrested for breach of conditions and was remanded for court on Tuesday.