The Prince Albert Police Service had a busy weekend, responding to a total of 289 calls for service between Friday and this morning.
A total of 55 arrests were made with the top calls for service being disturbance related calls and intoxicated person calls.
One Friday night around 8:30, P.A. Police responded to a weapons complaint on 3rd Avenue West and 26th Street where a man was in possession of a machete.
When officers arrived, they arrested the 33 year old suspect.
The man is now facing three charges including possession of a weapon for a purpose dangerous to the public peace.
Then early Saturday morning just after 3, police responded an accident involving two vehicles in the 900 block of 1st Avenue West.
A male driver involved in the collision attempted to leave the scene on foot but was located by officers and was arrested.
The 30 year old man failed his breathalyzer tests and is facing multiple charges including impaired operation of a motor vehicle.
and on Sunday just after 12 noon, officers were dispatched to the area of 12th Street West and 1st Avenue West of a weapons call.
A 52 year old man was located by police in the area with his hands in his pocket and refused to comply with the officer and was tasered.
The 52 year old then surrendered and police located a large butcher knife on the man.