Moose Jaw Police responded to 57 calls for service.
7:31 am – Hit & Run – A driver’s side mirror was struck, causing the window to shatter. This resulted in approximately $300 of damage.
9:24 am – Barking Dogs – Dogs were barking non-stop. Police attended; however, no one was home. Police are still investigating to speak with the owners.
9:29 am – MVA – A two vehicle collision caused approximately $2000 of damage.
10:06 am – Hit & Run – This occurred September 5 between 6-6:45PM, and there was approximately $1000 of damage to the passenger front door.
12:08 am – Hit & Run – A vehicle was backed into sometime overnight, causing approximately $300 of damage to the bicycle rack. There was a blue paint transfer left on the vehicle.
12:40 pm –Fraud – Police continue to investigate.
1:33 pm – Theft – A display cell phone was stolen. The complainant does not wish charges, just wishes for the suspect to be banned.
2:11 pm – Barking Dogs – A dog outside was crying constantly. The homeowner was warned of the bylaw.
2:42 pm – MVA – There was a single vehicle collision with a building after the driver suffered a medical emergency. Approximately $40,000 of damage occurred, and the vehicle was towed.
3:39 pm – Found Property – Property found in a parking lot was turned in to Police. It was exhibited as found property.
4:24 pm – Fraud - Police continue to investigate.
4:34 pm – Dispute – A complainant was being followed by a person known to them. Police are to speak with the suspect and advise them that contact is not wanted.
5:12 pm – Assault – Police continue to investigate.
5:45 pm – Vehicle Seizure – A vehicle was seized for 30 days and the driver was issued a ticket.
5:53 pm – Mischief – Sometime overnight a vehicle was shot, causing approximately $1000 of damage.
6:41 pm – Fraud – A complainant bought jewellery for a substantial amount of money and then realized it was not a good deal. They were advised it is a civil matter.
8:26 pm – Unwanted Guest – A subject is no longer welcome at a residence. Police attended and removed the subject, who was detained on outstanding warrants.
8:30 pm – Theft – Clothing was taken, and the suspect fled when security attempted to detain them. Police are to obtain statements and possible video for charges.
11:23 pm – Noise Bylaw – A resident in an apartment complex was pounding on a wall, and was asked to quiet down but had not. Police attended and warned the resident of the noise bylaw.
1:42 am – Insecurity – The overhead door of a shop was left unlocked, and motion triggered the alarm.
4:18 am – Unwanted Guest – Known subjects were at the door of a residence and were not welcome. Police attended; however, the subjects were gone prior to police arrival.