Header
July 27 – July 28, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 38 calls for service.

8:23 am – Barking Dog Bylaw – There was a report of a dog being left outside and barking continually. The dog owner was spoken to and warned under the bylaw.

9:31 am – Assist Other Agency – Moose Jaw Police assisted SaskEnergy at a residence.

10:39 am – Dispute Between Neighbours – A dispute took place between two parties over leaving objects on a vehicle. The complainant wished for the incident to be documented at this time.

11:58 am – There was a report that someone may have pawned the complainant’s cell phone. This is still under investigation to speak to all parties involved.

12:19 pm – There was a report of a male walking on the train trestle and the caller wished for police to check on his well-being. The individual made it across safely.

12:38 pm – Two vehicle MVA – One of the vehicles had out of province plates. The damage was estimated at $2,000, and SGI forms were filled out.

12:49 pm – Well Being Check – The subject hadn’t been seen for a couple of weeks. The subject was contacted and is out of province on a family holiday. The complainant was advised.

3:08 pm – MVA – There was a two vehicle MVA with one of the vehicles having out of province plates. The damage was estimated at $1,000, and SGI forms were filled out.

4:05 pm – Hit and Run – This occurred on May 25th. The damage was estimated at $1,200. There was no paint transfer, and SGI forms were filled out.

4:15 pm – Theft – Sometime overnight a winch was stolen off of a trailer. The winch was valued at $1,500, and Police are to view video footage.

6:41 pm – There was a report of a possible impaired driver, but the vehicle was not located.

11:12 pm – Assist to Locate – Youth didn’t return home for house curfew. The youth was located and transported home.

11:55 pm – There was a report of a male driving while prohibited. Police are still investigating for charges.

1:21 am – Intoxicated Person – There was a report of an intoxicated male causing a disturbance and knocking on doors. The male was located and was unable to provide the name of a sober care giver. They were brought back to cells and held until sober.

2:51 am – Dispute – There was a dispute between two parties. One party agreed to leave for the night, and the dispute was mediated.

Police executed two warrants.
Police responded to eight 911 calls.
Police issued two warrants.

DiscoverMooseJaw.com is Moose Jaw's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

Login