The Weyburn Police Service has released the Police Report from last week. Included in the report was an incident involving some Weyburn young people involved in an act of mischief.
At 2:30 am, Friday morning, Weyburn Police Service received complaints about youth tipping over garbage cans. 
"That's not a terribly uncommon occurrence. It is mischief under the criminal code, Were someone wanting to force the issue or the police to lay charges, it is a potential criminal offense," said Inspector Rod Stafford, Weyburn Police Service.
"We were able to identify who these youth were, they went back and they righted all of the tipped over garbage cans and cleaned up the garbage that had spilled out."
"We're trusting that they learned their lesson through that involvement and interaction with us."
Other incidents from the Police Report:
September 25th 
- The Weyburn Police Service received a report of erratic driving that was captured on the video surveillance of the business.  Charges under the Traffic Safety Act are pending against a 22-year-old male.
- The Weyburn Police Service was contacted regarding a teen youth wishing to move from her residence.  Through the investigation, an assault was alleged to have occurred.  The matter is still under investigation.
September 26th:
- The Weyburn Police Service received a complaint from a business of a teen youth who was believed to have shoplifted some merchandise.  Upon review of the surveillance footage, a teen youth has been identified as a suspect.  The investigation is ongoing.
September 27th:
- At about 2:15 am the Weyburn Police Service were dispatched to a residence regarding a domestic dispute that resulted in each person assaulting the other.  The matter was mediated without further need for police involvement.
- At about 3:10 am the Weyburn Police Service received a call of what appeared to be a 19-year-old male passed out on a downtown street.  Upon attending it was discovered that an intoxicated individual had been riding a bicycle when he lost control falling off.  He was treated by EMS for non-life-threatening injuries.
- The Weyburn Police Service received a report of a 26-year-old male having threatened family members.  The male was eventually located and has been charged with Uttering Threats and will be making a court appearance.
September 29th:
- At about 3:55 am the Weyburn PS received a call of a possible domestic dispute in progress.  It was found that a 24-year-old female and 25-year-old male had a disagreement.  The matter was mediated with no further need for police involvement.  Alcohol was a contributing factor.
September 30th:
- The Weyburn Police Service received numerous complaints from the Dieppe Drive are regarding vehicle windshield wipers having been ripped from various vehicles in the area. Anyone having information about this incident is asked to contact either the Weyburn Police Service or to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
- The Weyburn Police Service continues to receive complaints of unlocked vehicles being rummaged through with various items being taken from these vehicles.
- The Weyburn Police Service received a report from a School Crossing Guard of a vehicle that disobeyed the directions of the Crossing Guard.  We wish to remind all drivers that it is an offense to disobey a School Crossing Guard.  If the vehicle can be identified, charges will be laid.  
October 1st:
-  The Weyburn Police Service received a report of a missing 24-year-old female.  The female was eventually located.  
 October 2nd:
- At about 4 am the Weyburn Police Service received a call regarding an assault in progress.  Once Police attended they learned that a 28-year-old male suspect had fled on foot.  At about 9 am the suspect was located and taken into custody without incident.  He is now facing charges of Breaching various Court Orders and will be Remanded in Custody pending a Court appearance in Weyburn October 3rd.

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