On October 2nd, a 911 call was made and the Weyburn Police Service responded to an assault in progress.
The accused had already fled the scene by the time the police arrived.
After investigations, it was determined that a 30-year-old female had been assaulted.
The person accused of the offense is a 37-year-old male. He was later arrested and charged with assault and breach.
There were no injuries suffered by the victim.
The accused was held in custody for court.
Other incidences in the Police report from October 1st to October 7th
October 1st: The Weyburn Police Service received a report of a parked vehicle being entered and items stolen. No suspects have been identified.
October 2nd: The Weyburn Police Service received a report of an unlocked parked vehicle being entered overnight and a small amount of money stolen. No suspects have been identified. The incident remains under investigation.
October 3rd: The Weyburn Police Service received a report from a 24-year-old female of a sexual assault that had occurred on October 1st involving a person who was known to the victim. The subsequent investigation resulted in a 37-year-old male being arrested on October 4th. The accused was charged with sexual assault, unlawful confinement, trafficking and Breach of a Recognizance. The accused appeared in Estevan court on October 5th and was remanded in custody.
October 3rd - The Weyburn Police Service attended to a residence in the 300 block of 3rd street SE after receiving a call that a vehicle had driven into a fence and then left the scene. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.
October 5th The Weyburn Police Service was notified of a 69-year-old female who was disoriented and had wandered away from the family. Police had family members searched the area until receiving a call from a member of the public of a female who appeared lost. The female was then located unharmed and returned to the care of family members.
October 6th The Weyburn Police Service were called after a report of a large piece of farm equipment that was being transported had hit a railway crossing sign and a light standard in the City. Police located the driver, who had pulled over when safe to do so to call and report that accident. No charges were laid.
If you or anyone you know has information about a crime, the Weyburn Police Service urges you to contact Crime Stoppers; you do not need to leave your name. By phone call 1-800-222-8477 or Weyburn Police Service at 306-848-3250.