Police in Estevan had a rather busy Remembrance day, dealing with several incidents of various natures.
During the nightshift, they received a complaint about a snowmobile being operated inside city limits. They were able to speak to the individual responsible, and advise and warn him about the bylaw and the consequences of riding off the designated routes.
Officers also attended to a report from a concerned taxi driver about a pedestrian walking around and looking for the police. They found the the 44 year old male and found out that he wasn't from Estevan, and he was trying to walk to Regina. They initially took him to the hospital for examination, then the Salvation Army assisted him in finding lodging for the night.
Members also attended to a commercial business alarm and a property dispute.
During the day, they received a report of a hit and run in a downtown parking lot. The matter is still under investigation. Officers also conducted proactive checks of the establishments around town during the Rider game. They were called to one where two patrons were refusing to leave. They were located a short distance away and warned.