The Estevan Police Service worked with annoyed residents and mischievous behavior during Monday's nightshift.

"Police received a report and are investigating a mischief to a residence on the north side of the city, where some minor damage was done to the interior of the home," said Sergeant Tyler McMillen, "Police are collecting statements and interviewing witnesses in regards to that matter, which is still under investigation."

"We also received a noise complaint about a commercial vehicle's refrigeration unit that was running. The person in charge of that vehicle was located, and the unit was shut off for the night. The man was warned about the bylaw."

Patrols and curfew checks were also conducted on several individuals with release conditions.

During the day on Monday, officers took a complaint of a renter damaging the landlord's property before vacating. That matter is under investigation. 

A business was also receiving a volume of prank calls. Through investigation, police tracked the number down and found the owner. Upon speaking to them, officers discovered that a minor had the phone and was making the calls. The owner was warned and would look after disciplining the minor involved.

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