July 12 – July 13, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 42 calls for service.

7:57 am – Noise Bylaw – A vehicle with a loud muffler wakes the neighbourhood up every morning.  The registered owner is to be spoken to.

8:24 am – Recovered Stolen Property – A parcel stolen from the front step of a residence was recovered.  Charges are pending.

8:35 am – Fraud – A moving company picked up belongings and were to be delivered to a new residence already, but the property had not shown up.  The complainant was advised that it is a civil matter, and advice was given.

9:12 am – Theft from Vehicle – Sometime overnight a vehicle was entered and rummaged through, and doors were left open.

10:11 am – Theft – Four auger motors were stolen over the past few nights.  Police continue to investigate.

10:44 am – Unwanted Guest – The subject was gone on Police arrival.

10:54 am – Breach Court Order – There was an allegation of a breach of a court order.  Charges are pending.

1:20 pm – Dispute – A minor altercation occurred in a parking lot.  The parties involved were spoken to and the situation was mediated.

4:42 pm – Found Property – A wallet containing identification was located.  The owner was contacted and the wallet was returned.

5:03 pm – Dispute – A subject was refusing to pay a bill, causing a scene in an establishment.  Upon Police arrival, the subject paid the bill.  The subject was detained on outstanding warrants and was held in cells until sober. 

5:59 pm – Erratic Driving – A plate number and vehicle description were obtained from a vehicle noted to be swerving.  Police are investigating to speak with the registered owner.

7:36 pm – Suspicious Person – A male was hanging around in an area.  Police located the subject and spoke with him.  He was not doing anything wrong, and was advised to move along.

9:31 pm – Dispute – A subject was not following house rules.  They were spoken to by Police and the situation was mediated.

9:43 pm – Mischief – Sometime overnight on July 11, rocks were thrown at a vehicle causing damage to the windshield and passenger side window.  This was reported for informational purposes.

12:11 am – Break & Enter – Unfounded.  The homeowner was home and had company over.

12:29 am – Assist to Locate – A subject returned home on their own prior to Police involvement.

1:57 am – Noise Bylaw – People were hanging out in a garage with the door open, making noise.  The homeowner was warned under the noise bylaw and was advised to close the door.

Police assisted other agencies in three cases.
Police executed three warrants.
Police responded to four 911 calls.
Police responded to one alarm call.
Police responded to four parking bylaw infractions.