It was a busy August weekend for members of the Saint John Police Force.
On Friday, at around 4:45 p.m., city police were called to Bridge Road for a person in distress.
While officers were speaking with a 20-year-old woman, she allegedly threw a cell phone that struck an officer in the face.
The officer received a minor fracture to his nose. He was treated in the hospital and later released.
The woman was arrested and later released from custody with a court date of Oct. 11.
Later on Friday, at around 10:15 p.m., officers responded to a report of a robbery at a bank machine at Brunswick Square, located at 39 King Street.
Police said a 42-year-old man had withdrawn money from an ATM when he was approached from behind by another man who tried to steal the money.
There was a struggle and the suspect assaulted the victim with a weapon while stealing the money.
Investigators are looking for a man who was wearing dark clothing, a sweater, and a hat. Police said the victim was not hurt.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, at around 8:13 a.m., officers responded to a medical assistance call for a man who was lying on a sidewalk on Charles Street West.
It was reported that the man was uninjured, refused medical treatment, and left the area.
Police later learned that he provided a false name, and upon further investigation, the 36-year-old was later located at a residence on Collins Street and arrested on two outstanding warrants.
The suspect was also allegedly found to be in possession of a substance believed to be crystal meth.
The outstanding warrants were issued after the accused allegedly failed to attend court on outstanding charges of assault, possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of methamphetamine, and breach of a court order.
The accused was held in custody to appear in court.
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