Police and Fire Report

October 21 to October 22, 2014
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police received 59 calls for service.  

7:47 am – Dispute reported on the 200 block of High Street W. 2 adults disagreeing, one party packed up and was given a bus ticket back to Manitoba. Other party arrested and held for being in Breach of his Court Orders 6 times. 

1:02 pm – Assault reported on the 1400 block of 9th Avenue NE. 2 adults were fighting, one charged assault and possessing stolen property. The other party was charged for possession of stolen property.  Both held for Court in the morning. 

4:54 pm – Theft reported on the 1000 block of Chestnut Avenue. Theft of property valued at $500 sometime in the past 2 weeks.  Still under investigation to contact the suspect. 

5:23 pm – Police were called to assist the EMS on the 900 block of Main Street N. Teenage female allegedly took an overdose of medication, she was taken to hospital, evaluated and released. 

5:39 pm – Collision reported on the 0 block of Chester Rd. Minor collision, advised it was not required to report to Police.  Names exchanged and both parties directed to report to SGI. 

7:49 pm – Erratic Driving reported on 9th Avenue SW and Vaughan Street. Adult male lost in city due to detour. Warned about driving actions and given directions to leave the City. 

8:20 pm – Police were called to Wakamow Valley. Small gathering with a bonfire reportedly had alcohol.  No alcohol found, Fire Department extinguished the fire.  All parties sent on their way. 

10:46 pm – Theft reported on the 0 block of Manitoba Street E. Property stolen from local business, video obtained, still under investigation to locate suspects. 

11:47 pm – Report of an erratic driver on the 900 block of Manitoba Expressway. Road rage between two drivers.  Both warned. 

11:59 pm – Police were called to the 100 block of High Street W to assist the EMS. Adult female intoxicated and having trouble breathing she was taken to hospital by EMS.

Police received three 911 calls.
Police charged 1 person for failing to appear in court.
4 people were charged for failing to appear for fingerprints.
Police were called to resolve 5 parking issues.

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