The Weyburn Police Service received 86 calls for service during the week of November 21st through the 27th, resulting in 12 charges laid under the Criminal Code of Canada, 4 under the City of Weyburn Bylaws, and 1 under the Summary Offences Procedure Act.

On November 22nd in the early morning hours, the Weyburn Police Service received a report of people shooting fireworks off within the city limits. They were identified and warned of the City of Weyburn bylaw regarding fireworks. The Weyburn City bylaw states that, "No person shall set off any firecrackers or rockets in the City of Weyburn at any time whatsoever, provided that this section shall not apply to a fireworks display."

A traffic stop was conducted on the night of November 24th with a vehicle driving without it's headlights on. The Police determined during the stop that the driver was showing signs of cannabis use, and the adult male ended up receiving a three-day driving suspension. Criminal charges are pending on the matter.

On the night of Friday, November 25th,  Police attended a reported domestic assault that resulted in an adult male being arrested and charged. The male was released on conditions and has an upcoming court appearance to speak to the matter.

In the early morning hours of Saturday, November 26th, Police received a report of a bar fight, which resulted in four adult females being issued $500 tickets and charged under the City of Weyburn fighting bylaw. 
On the morning of Sunday, November 27th,, Police received a report of an erratic driver whereby the vehicle was located and a traffic stop was initiated. The driver exhibited signs of impairment and further Police investigation resulted in the adult male being charged under the Criminal Code of Canada for impaired operation of a conveyance, as well as driving while prohibited. 

That same night, Police received a report of an impaired driver (RID - Report Impaired Drivers). The Police located and initiated a traffic stop with the driver, which resulted in an adult male receiving a three-day driver's license suspension, as well as a three-day vehicle impoundment.