The Weyburn Police Service assisted the Weyburn RCMP in locating and arresting an adult male that was driving a stolen pickup truck in a dangerous manner in and around the City of Weyburn. The driver failed to stop for police and a spike belt was deployed by Weyburn Police Service to bring the pickup to a stop. The lone occupant and driver has been charged with numerous Criminal Code offences.
Police responded to a report of a trailer and an amount of scrap steel stolen from a business in Weyburn on Dec. 28. The lock securing the trailer had been cut. The matter is under investigation.
Police responded to a traffic collision at the intersection of Highway 39 and Government Road on Dec. 24, involving a southeast-bound tractor trailer and a northbound SUV. The adult male driver of the tractor trailer was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for failing to stop at a red light. An adult female passenger in the SUV was transported to Weyburn General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
City police were called to a domestic disturbance in at a residence in Weyburn on Christmas Day. An adult female was taken into custody and charged with assault.
Police responded to a complaint of a noisy party in an apartment building in Weyburn on Dec. 27. Members attended and the matter was resolved without incident.
City police were called to a noisy party at a residence in Weyburn on Dec. 27. Members attended and the matter was resolved without incident.
Weyburn police responded to a local licensed establishment was an adult male was reported to be passed out and non-responsive on Dec. 27. EMS was dispatched and attended. The male was transported to Weyburn General Hospital where he was treated and later released.
City police were called to a domestic disturbance at a residence in the City on Dec. 28. Members attended and the matter was resolved without incident.
Scams of various descriptions continue to plague the residents of the City. Weyburn Police Service would like to encourage everyone to use caution when conducting business or divulging personal information online or over the phone. Residents are encouraged to contact police to report scams. Police will offer advice to anyone who feels they may be an intended target.