January 6 – January 7, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am
Moose Jaw Police responded to 33 calls for service.
11:28 am – Manitoba St E at 2nd Av NE – MVC – There was a single vehicle collision with approximately $15,000 of damage. One ticket was issued for driving too fast for road conditions. No injuries were reported.
3:33 pm – 700 block Ominica St E – Vehicle Seizure – During a routine traffic stop the driver was found to have a suspended licence and was flagged as impoundable by SGI. The vehicle was towed from the scene and impounded for 30 days.
3:45 pm – 500 block 1st Av NW – Theft Under – The subject was located and charged for theft under $5000. They were released with a later court date.
4:01 pm – Holly Cr at Wood Lily Dr – MVC – There was a single vehicle collision. Two people were injured and taken to hospital to be assessed with minor injuries. Approximately $15,000 of damage was done, and one ticket was issued for driving too fast for road conditions.
4:23 pm – 0 block Diefenbaker Dr – Dispute – Subjects were spoken to and the situation was mediated. Options were provided.
5:22 pm – 1400 block Spadina St – Assist to Locate – The subject was located and taken home in good health.
7:00 pm – 700 block Coteau St W – Hit and Run – A vehicle lost control and slid through a fence in the area. Approximately $500 of damage was done, and the incident is still under investigation.
10:31 pm – 11th Av NW at Thatcher Dr W – MVC – There was a two vehicle collision. Both vehicles were towed, there was approximately $15,000 of damage, and one ticket was issued for failing to yield to oncoming traffic when making a left turn.
11:44 pm – 1800 block Coteau St W – MVC – A two vehicle collision occurred, with approximately $10,000 of damage. One ticket was issued for travelling too fast for road conditions. One person had minor injuries.
1:04 am – 500 block Maple St W – Loud Party – The resident was spoken to and warned under the noise bylaw.
Police responded to seven 911 calls.
Police responded to two alarm calls.
Police assisted other agencies in three cases.