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August 9 – August 10, 2017
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 41 calls for service. 

10:51 am – 1200 block 5th Ave NW – Bike theft.  A bike was taken from a back yard sometime in the last week.

11:08 am – 500 block Main St N – Unwanted guest.  The subject left on police arrival.

11:51 am – 100 block High St W – Break and Enter.  Police are still investigating.

12:05 pm – 600 block 4th Ave NE – Dispute.  One party left prior to police arrival.

1:00 pm – 1100 block Redland Ave – A wallet was stolen from a vehicle.  Police are still investigating.

2:05 pm – 1600 block Lakeview Rd – Two vehicle accident.  Approximately $10,000 in damage was done.  There were no injuries.  One ticket was issued for proceeding from a stop sign before it was safe.

3:21 pm – 0 block Main St N – Assistance to sick person.  A subject was taken to the hospital by family.

3:27 pm – 4th Ave NW at High St W – Two vehicle accident.   Approximately $15,000 in damage was.  There were no injuries.  One ticket was issued for proceeding from a stop sign before it was safe.

4:50 pm – Main St N at Athabasca St W – Hit and Run.  There was one injury.

7:48 pm – 0 block Aster Cres – Dispute.  It was mediated by police.

8:08 pm – 1500 block Grandview St – Barking dog complaint.  No dog was barking on police arrival.  The homeowner was warned regarding the noise bylaw.

8:51 pm – Warner St at 16th Ave SW – Intoxicated person.  A male was located and brought to cells and held until sober.

10:40 pm – 1200 Pascoe St E -  Dispute.  Police spoke to the parties and provided them with options.

12:06 am – 200 block Oxford St W – Recovered stolen vehicle.  It was to be returned to the owner.

1:08 am – 100 block 2nd Ave NE – Assist to locate.  The subject was located.

1:18 am – 400 block Home St W – Theft of truck.  Police are still investigating.

1:54 am – 1600 block 9th Ave NW – Erratic driving.  Police searched the area and were unable to locate the vehicle.

 

Police responded to seven 911 calls.
Police assisted three other agencies.
Police executed two parking bylaws.

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