Thursday August 21, 2014

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Estevan man receives fine for impersonation

An Estevan man received a joint submission of a $1,000 fine, nine-month probation and an addictions assessment for impersonating a peace officer at the Leisure Centre in Estevan on Aug. 17.

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Police search for owner of found cash

The Estevan Police Service recognized another good Samaritan during their Aug. 12 regular meeting...

Two times wasn’t lucky for these people

Some lessons in life take awhile to sink in it seems, as evidenced by an event that occurred in...

Vancouver tip leads to drug arrest in Estevan

After red flags were raised regarding an Estevan-bound package at the Vancouver International...

Estevan police arrest 30-year-old man for importing, producing illegal substance

At about 1:20 p.m. yesterday, the Estevan Police Service arrested Bryan Francis Moyles, a 30-year-...

Estevan thieves prefer copper wire and beef jerky

A truck loaded with copper wire definitely attracted the attention of Estevan Police Service...

Border blues for several travellers at ports-of-entry

June was a busy month for Canada Border Services Agency officers across Saskatchewan, especially at ...

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