The Estevan Police Service suspended two drivers last Friday due to testing positive for THC and being behind the wheel. 

One male driver was tested with a THC roadside screening device and was found to be driving under the influence. Their vehicle was impounded for three days and was served a 3-day license suspension. In another occurrence, a male driver had his license suspended for 60 days after testing positive for THC on the road. His car was also impounded for three days. 

The EPS also responded to a call about an impaired driver on Friday. A 29 year old was found to have alcohol in his system exceeding the legal blood alcohol limit of .08. He was subsequently lodged in the cells until sober and was given a May court date.