Moose Jaw Police responded to 45 calls for service.
7:46 am – Attempted Theft – Sometime overnight a vehicle was entered and the steering column was tampered with. The damage was estimated at $3,000.
8:15 am – Dispute – A group of friends had a falling out with each other. The dispute was not criminal in nature, and they were advised to delete each other on social media.
8:33 am – Theft Under – A Saskatchewan plate was stolen off of a vehicle. The plate had already been recovered in another jurisdiction on a stolen auto.
8:31 am – Theft Under – A vehicle was entered with miscellaneous items taken. This was reported for information purposes.
8:54 am – Other Bylaw – A vehicle owner left their vehicle running for over an hour outside of the complainant’s window. This is still under investigation for police to speak to the vehicle’s owner.
11:42 am – MVA – A vehicle hit the curb and was now not driveable as it had two flats. There were no injuries, the damage was estimated at $400, and the vehicle was towed.
12:26 pm – Disturbance – A subject was being loud and was disrupting the other tenants. The subject was spoken to and was advised to be quiet.
12:42 pm – Mischief – There was a report of mischief to a vehicle that occurred in June. The damage was estimated at $2,000. The complainant was provided the file number for insurance purposes.
2:02 pm – Barking Dog – Two dogs had been barking all day. The dog owner was spoken to and warned of city bylaw as per the complainant’s wishes.
2:10 pm – Break and Enter – Sometime over the weekend a residence was broken into. A stereo, TV and other miscellaneous items were stolen. The loss was estimated at $1,000. Police continue to investigate.
2:57 pm – Barking Dogs – There was a report of dogs barking. The dog owner was spoken to and warned.
3:45 pm – A complainant noticed $1729.00 in charges on business credit cards that the complainant didn’t make. Police continue to investigate.
6:56 pm – MVA with Injury – A two vehicle MVA occurred, with one driver sustaining a minor neck injury. The damage is estimated at $3,000.
8:45 pm – Noise Bylaw – There was a report of someone stomping around the apartment. The tenant involved was warned of the city bylaw.
10:39 pm – Dispute – A parent and child were involved in a dispute. Both Police and the Emergency Duty Worker spoke with the family and mediated the dispute.
2:15 am – Unwanted Guest – There was a report of a subject who wouldn’t leave a residence when asked. Police attended and assisted the subject in getting their belongings and then escorted them from the residence.
3:25 am – Assist EMS – Moose Jaw Police assisted EMS with a patient.
3:55 am – A subject kept calling 911 without saying anything and then hanging up. Police were able to locate the subject and determine there was no emergency.