A suspicious individual was seen on Tuesday evening by a police officer. They were seen walking from a residence down an alley pulling an air compressor, the police also received complaints and an investigation ensued.  

Corporal Riley Doud says the air compressor was determined to be stolen property. The air compressor was then seized, and the man was arrested.  

“Upon further investigation, it was determined that this individual was in possession of property that was stolen, and therefore the individual had been charged with possession of stolen property and he was released for an upcoming court date.” 

In all, the Weyburn Police Service responded to 89 calls for service over the past week, resulting in 30 charges. Nine of the charges were under the Criminal Code, with two under other provincial acts or regulations. There were also 19 charges under the Traffic Safety Act – six related to drivers using their cell phones while behind the wheel.