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Police deal with domestic disputes


Weyburn Police Services were called to a disturbance outside a local bar on May 11. A 27-year-old naked male was vandalizing a vehicle and fighting. The male fled before police arrived but an investigation indicated that the male had attacked a 39-year-old male and beaten him in the men's washroom inside the bar. The bar owner ejected him from the premises and he then started vandalizing the vehicle in the parking lot. The male was located in the 1200 block of East Avenue and arrested. He was violent and intoxicated. He was charged with assault causing bodily harm, mischief over $5,000 and uttering death threats and will appear in court later this month.

A neighbor called the police, stating that a young badly beaten male was on his front steps bleeding and that it sounded like a female was being beaten next door on May 11. Police attended and arrested a 30-year-old intoxicated male. Upon investigation, police indicated that he had beaten a 24-year-old male after a disagreement inside the residence. The female had not been harmed in any way. The victim was transported to WGH by EMS for treatment. The male was charged with assault causing bodily harm and later released for court later this month.

Police received a 911 call to a fight on May 10 in the area of North American Lumber. Officers responded and determined that a 40-year-old male and a 35-year-old female had an altercation. The intoxicated male left in a vehicle with a young child in it, the intoxicated female pursued. After the vehicles collided with each other, the occupants continued to fight. The female was charged with impaired driving and drive while over .08. The male was charged with impaired driving, drive while over .08, dangerous driving and use an electronic communication device while driving.

Also in the area of North American Lumber on May 10, police responded to a dispute between four males. Officers sent them on their way. No charges were laid in the incident.

On May 10, police responded to a residence where an intoxicated female was banging on the door. The female was directed to her own residence, no charges were laid.

On May 9, an officer saw two youths getting into a vehicle carrying cases of beer. The vehicle was stopped by police and the driver was found to be impaired. He was arrested for impaired driving and transported to Weyburn Police Service and charged with having the care and control of a vehicle while over .08.

Police responded to a domestic between a 55-year-old female and a 58-year-old male on May 7. The female explained she was concerned for her safety and the male didn't understand why the police were called. The parties were separated; alcohol was a factor in the incident.

Police received a complaint of a vehicle driving erratically in the Riverwood area on May 6. A 17-year-old male driver was located and charged with stunting.

On May 5, police received a complaint of a hit and run accident in a city parking lot. The suspect vehicle had collided with the bumper of a parked vehicle. The accident is under investigation.

If you or anyone you know has any information regarding any of the above crimes, or any other serious crime, police are encouraging you to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or to contact the Weyburn Police Service.



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