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Weyburn Police Service Weekly Report

The Weyburn Police Service received 62 calls for service during the period of December 21st through the 27th, with 12 charges being laid through the week. Of the 12 charges, 4 were traffic violations under the Traffic Safety Act, and 7 were under the Criminal Code of Canada for failing to attend court or comply with a condition of a court order.

On December 21st, Police responded to a single vehicle collision in the City. A vehicle had slid on the icy road surface and struck a fence. The property damage was minor and there were no injuries. No charges resulted from this incident.

Also on the 21st, Police responded to a 2-vehicle collision. Again there were no injuries and no charges were laid.

Police were called to a domestic dispute between and adult male and adult female. The officers were able to mediate the matter peacefully.

Vandalism to a vehicle was reported on Tuesday. The vehicle had been spray painted with graffiti while parked outside the owner’s residence. This matter is under investigation.

Several individuals failed to attend court as required and were charged accordingly.

On Wednesday, officers attended to another domestic dispute between an adult male and an adult female. This matter was also mediated peacefully.

WPS received a report of an assault outside a residence between two adult males. Police investigated the matter and determined it was a consensual altercation and neither party wanted to pursue the matter criminally.

Police responded to a disturbance between two adult males. The officers were able to mediate the matter peacefully.

The holiday weekend was relatively quiet with only a few minor matters being reported to police.

*The Weyburn Police Service would like to remind everyone to please be careful while out and about in the community as winter is in full swing and the road conditions are often icy and slippery.

*Anyone with information regarding one of these matters, or any other matter of a Criminal nature, is encouraged to contact the Weyburn Police Service at 306-848-3250, the local RCMP detachment at 310-RCMP (7267), or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

If any Questions, Please Contact:

Chief Jamie Blunden



Deputy Chief Brent VanDeSype


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