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

Moose Jaw Police responded to 53 calls for service.

7:02 am – Stolen Vehicles – Two vehicles were stolen and later recovered outside the city. Police are still investigating.

7:30 am – Impaired Driving – An adult passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle.  The subject was charged with Impaired Driving, Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Cocaine and Methamphetamine as well as Proceeds of Crime. The individual was held for court in the morning.

8:30 am – Breach Court Order – Three adults failed to appear for court-ordered fingerprinting.  Warrants were issued.

9:30 am – Assist Locate – A youth ran off from school.  They were located at a parent’s residence, and all was okay.

12:03 pm – Harassing Calls – An adult received a phone call from someone asking many personal questions. An old acquaintance was attempting to make unwanted contact.  The subject was advised to cease contact.

2:00 pm – Fail to Attend Court – Four adults failed to attend court as ordered.  Warrants were issued.

2:46 pm – Assist Locate – A youth ran away from school.  They were located safe and sound at home.

3:26 pm – Trespass – An adult previously banned from private property was seen on the property. Police are still investigating.

6:11 pm – Assault – An adult is to be charged with assault after they threw their food and containers at restaurant staff.

7:09 pm – Impaired Driving – A vehicle was seen swerving into traffic and having trouble parking.  This was unfounded as there was no impairment. An elderly driver was having difficulty in the fog.

9:59 pm – Barking Dog – A dog was barking continuously throughout the day.  The homeowner was warned.

2:21 am – Hit and Run – A vehicle was hit and damaged, and the suspect failed to leave information. Debris was left behind, and police are still investigating.

2:50 am – Breach Court Order – An adult was out past court-ordered curfew. The individual was charged with breaching the order and was released for court at a later date.

2:50 am – Vehicle Seized – A vehicle was seized for three days after a driver was found to be impoundable by SGI for previous convictions.

Police responded to two alarm calls.
Police responded to three 911 calls.
Police executed three warrants.

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