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October 20 – October 21, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 34 calls for service.

5:10 am – Assist to Locate – A concerned family member asked Moose Jaw Police to assist with finding an adult who may be in distress.  The subject was located safe and sound.

5:53 pm – Dispute Between Neighbours – There were ongoing issues with parties. The situation was mediated.

12:46 am – Wildlife Act – A complaint called Moose Jaw Police to report an injured racoon in the residential yard. After a brief search the animal was located and ran off before it could be contained.

3:19 am – Livestock Danger – There was a report of two horses loose on the highway. The owner was notified and the horses were contained. 

5:00 am – Break and Enter – The two subjects reported appeared to be breaking into an apartment. On further investigation one of the parties resides at the dwelling and they were just trying to get in. No police action was required.

Police responded to four alarm calls.
Police responded to six suspicious occurrences.
Police responded to three 911 calls.

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