Police investigate stolen vehicle, identity theft

The Weyburn Police Service received a report of a stolen vehicle on Saturday. The complainant contacted police and advised that their SUV had been stolen from a local shop. The matter remains under investigation.

City police received a complaint of an identity theft on Oct. 22. The complainant advised police that their personal information was used to open an account at a local business and they are now getting calls for an outstanding bill. The matter remains under investigation.

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Members of the Weyburn Police Service attended to a residence regarding a domestic assault complaint on Oct. 21. The situation was mediated with one party leaving the residence. There were no injuries reported and the assault allegation is being investigated.

Weyburn police received a report of a missing person who may have been suffering from a medical condition on Oct. 21. The individual was later located and transported by EMS to the hospital for treatment.

Police received a complaint of on-line harassment on Oct. 21 after the complainant was contacted by an individual who made comments that were concerning to the complainant. The matter remains under investigation.

Weyburn police received a call of a possible fraud from a local business on Oct. 22. Upon arrival it was determined that no fraud had occurred, but the person of interest, a male, was arrested on outstanding warrants. He was later released from custody and will appear in court at a later date.

Members of the Weyburn Police Service were called to a disturbance on Wednesday, and located a female who was banging on apartment doors. The subsequent investigation determined the female was suffering from a medical condition and she was transported to hospital for treatment.

A Weyburn Police member observed a parked vehicle with a male asleep in the front seat on Wednesday. The male was given the demand and blew a warning on an ASD. The male was given a ride to his residence. No charges were laid.

The Weyburn police received a fraud complaint from a local business on Thursday, after a male came into the store representing he was collecting donations for a kids sport program. The donation cheque was later cashed. The incident remains under investigation.

A member of the city police conducted a residence check on Thursday and determined a male who had been released from custody on conditions earlier in the week was at the location. He had failed to comply with his earlier release documents. The male was arrested and remanded in custody for court in Regina.

The Weyburn Police Service received a complaint of a historic sexual assault on Friday. The matter remains under investigation.

Police attended to a local residence after receiving a call for help on Friday. The residents were having a verbal disagreement and the parties had refused to leave. Police were able to calm the situation and a couple of individuals involved agreed to leave for the evening.

Members of the Weyburn Police Service were dispatched to a noise complaint on Saturday. The noisy party was shut down and one minor was given a ticket for possessing and consuming alcohol.

Police were dispatched to a local bar after two patrons were involved in a verbal argument over VLT winnings on Saturday. Police were able to mediate the situation and no charges were laid.

The Weyburn Police Service received five fraud complaints involving the STARS lottery scam. No money was lost in these calls. Police want to remind residents to not send personal ID or money to anyone, especially when promised they have won a prize but they need to pay some funds before delivery.