The Prince Albert Police Service are reporting a busy weekend, with a stabbing, alleged impaired driver and weapons charges topping the list of 253 calls.
These calls represent Friday morning to Sunday at noon, with arrests made primarily involving intoxicated people, evictions and disturbances.
• Stabbing — Suffering stab wounds, a 23-year-old man was transported to the Victoria Hospital on Sunday, where he was treated for serious injuries.
The incident took place at a licenced business at about 1:30 a.m., with a lone male suspect fleeing the scene on foot.
Police are currently looking for the suspect, described as a native male of a medium build, approximately 5’11”, with brown hair in a brush cut style.
• Impaired driver — An alleged hit and run had police out on Saturday, where they arrested a 37-year-old driver.
No injuries were reported, but the driver faces charges of impaired driving for exceeding a blood alcohol content of .08. The hit and run involved is still under investigation, with related charges pending.
• Weapons charges — Police responded to a west flat area home on Saturday morning, where they arrested a 22-year-old man for weapons-related charges.
The charges include his being in possession of a weapon dangerous to the public and uttering threats, with his first court appearance scheduled for Tuesday.