Police and Fire Report

December 18 to December 19, 2014
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police received 36 calls for service.  

8:48 am – Parking complaint reported on the 1100 block of 5th Avenue NW. Cars parking illegally and stopping in the middle of the road. The vehicles were gone on arrival, still under investigation. 

10:45 am – Fraud reported on the 1500 block of Vaughan Street. City Utilities, the matter is still under investigation. 

11:00 am – Parking complaint reported on Wood Lily Drive and Thorn Crescent. 3 unattached trailers have been sitting for quite some time. The owner was spoken to regarding moving them.  

11:14 am – Parking complaint reported on the 300 block of Ross Street W. An older half ton hasn’t moved for 3 or 4 days, not familiar to neighborhood. The vehicle was gone upon police arrival. 

11:44 am – Single vehicle accident reported on Wood Lily Drive and Flax Road. Damage value estimated at $2,000. The vehicle was towed. 

12:29 pm – Two vehicle collision reported on the 600 block of Saskatchewan Street W. Approximately $10,000 in damage, two minor injuries, and two vehicles were towed. One driver was charged. 

1:17 pm – Hit & Run to a vehicle reported on the 1100 block of Currie Crescent. Damages to back driver’s door, values approximately at $200. No witnesses, no suspects at this time. 

1:42 pm – Suspicious occurrence reported on Lewry Crescent. Two younger males took package left for client by delivery driver. The matter is still under investigation. 

2:17 pm – Hit & Run to a vehicle reported on the 400 block of Fairford Street E. Approximately $1,000 in damages. No paint transfer, no witnesses, and no suspects. 

3:42 pm – Suspicious occurrence reported on the 100 block of Fairford Street E. Caller could hear someone calling for help outside of building, possibly in parking lot. Tennant from building fell, was helped before police arrival. 

3:55 pm – Dangerous Driving reported on the 1300 block of Main Street N. Small car witnessed speeding into parking lot from street. The vehicle was gone on police arrival. 

4:02 pm – Fraud reported on Elisia Drive. Young female did not want to pay cab fare, it was paid before police arrival.

4:08 pm – Hit & Run to a vehicle reported on the 1300 block of Main Street N. Damage to back driver’s area, approximately $300. No witnesses. 

5:43 pm – Two vehicle collision reported on Main Street and Thatcher Drive E. Approximately $5,000 in damages, and no injuries reported. One driver ticketed with driving without due care. 

6:56 pm – Break & Enter reported on the 200 block of Athabasca Street W. Still under investigation. 

7:12 pm – Police were called for assistance on the1300 block of Gordon Road. Caller having  issues with child. The situation was mediated by Police. 

7:28 pm – Erratic driver reported on the 1500 block of Spadina Drive. Vehicles racing around.  The vehicles were gone upon police arrival. 

7:36 pm – Parking complaint reported on the1600 block of Hastings Street. Truck parked in the way of caller’s driveway making it hard to exit. Spoke with owner of truck, agreed to move the truck. 

7:48 pm – Erratic driving reported on Wellington Drive. Two cars speeding and stunting in field, both cars gone on police arrival.

8:00 pm - Traffic Safety Project. Police provided a stop check from 8 pm to 1 am. Checked approximately 150 vehicles, administered four Alcohol Screening Device Demands, 3 passes, 1 fail. 

11:25 pm – Suspicious occurrence reported on the 1000 block of Coteau Street W. Noises heard, sounds like someone on roof of building. Scene was clear, no one trying to get in. 

1:18 am – Public intoxication reported on the 1600 block of Main Street N. The individual was later released to care of spouse.

2:54 am – Loud party complaint reported on the 1200 block of 9th Avenue NE. All quiet on arrival, suspect warned of noise bylaw. 

4:47 am – Domestic reported on the 400 block of Ominica Street W. Two people in a verbal argument, one party agreed to leave. 

5:45 am – Assault reported on the 200 block of High Street W. Caller was assaulted when trying to get to get her things from apartment. Both parties were gone upon police arrival. The matter is still under investigation. 

 

Police responded to Seven 911 calls.
Police executed 1 Warrant.
Police were called to assist 1 other Government agency.
Police attended to 4 parking bylaws.

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