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

Moose Jaw Police responded to 37 calls for service.

8:20 am – Mischief – A vehicle was entered and gone through. The dash was torn apart. This happened sometime between Friday and Sunday, causing approximately $1000 in damages.

11:01 am – Suspicious Person– A subject stole a blue bin. Police located the subject, who was arrested on outstanding warrants.

11:32 am – Well Being Check – Police spoke with the subject, who declined any police assistance

12:05 pm – Motor Vehicle Accident – This was a two vehicle accident with no injuries. Police attended and assisted with a name exchange.

1:01 pm – Suspicious Occurrence – A subject was reported falling off a bike on the sidewalk and was having trouble getting up. The area was searched and the subject was gone on police arrival.

1:14 pm – Mischief – A vehicle was unlocked and was entered. A subject had taken a dash cam.

4:21 pm – Theft Under – A brass bell was stolen off a vehicle. Police are still investigating.

5:05 pm – Theft Under – A complainant called in about a purse being stole out of a vehicle, and there was no sign of a break and enter to the vehicle. The complainant later called back to advise that the purse was found in their residence.

5:49 pm – Unwanted Guest – Police received a complaint of two subjects sitting outside a business scaring customers away. Police attended and the subjects were looking for wifi. They were asked to move on.

6:15 pm – Dog Barking – There was a report of a dog barking for several hours. Police attended to address the issue and listened, and there was no dog barking.

7:13 pm – Fire Call – A complaint called regarding a residence having an open fire about 3 feet from a fence. Police attended and the area was checked. There were no signs of smoke or fire in the area.

8:29 pm – Theft Under – A complainant had their shed broken into and approximately $1000 in various yard care items were stolen. Police are still investigating.

9:05 pm – Dispute – A subject was asked to leave a residence and started trashing the place. The subject had a dispute with parents and they were advised to change the locks and evict the subject. The situation was mediated.

11:38 pm – Noise Complaint – Resident owners were spoken to and warned under the noise bylaw. Police later had to attend back to the residence as they had gotten louder. The residents were then issued a ticket under the noise bylaw.

Police assisted other agencies in five cases.
Police responded to five 911 calls.
Police responded to three alarm calls.

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