The Weyburn Police Service (WPS) were busy last week with over 100 calls for service. Late Friday night, WPS pulled over a vehicle that was found to be unregistered.
Deputy Police Chief Brent VanDeSype with the WPS said that members, "conducted the stop and the driver showed signs of impairment and ultimately was charged with impaired driving."
The adult male driver was also charged under the Traffic Safety Act for operating an unregistered vehicle, and was released with an upcoming court date.
On Saturday evening last week, WPS pulled over a vehicle after noticing that it was swerving all over the road, nearly hitting a curb.
"An officer on patrol noticed that a vehicle was being driven erratically, conducted a traffic stop, and the driver again showed signs of impairment and was ultimately charged with impaired driving."
The adult female driver was released with an upcoming court date.
VanDeSype added that there aren't necessarily more impaired drivers at this time of the year, but with the warmer weather there is more activity.
"With impaired driving, one is too many."