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March 6 – March 7, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am

 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 42 calls for service.

7:06 am –9th Av NW at Caribou St W – MVA – A taxi driver hit a street light, knocking it over.  The driver was charged for driving too fast for road conditions.  The vehicle was towed, and there was approximately $5000 of damage.

8:26 am – 1700 Block Main St N – Dispute – Both parties were advised that it was a civil matter.

11:00 am – Moose Jaw – Assault – Police continue to investigate.

12:11 pm – 1000 Block Hall St W – Municipal Bylaw – A resident on the street was using a tractor with a blower to move snow, with the snow going into other residents’ yards.  The subject was located and warned regarding the bylaw.

12:18 pm – 0 Block Thatcher Dr E – Fraud – Counterfeit US currency was received.  Police are still investigating in order to obtain video and statements.

12:37 pm – 600 Block Keith Cr – Nuisance Communication – There were ongoing issues with an ex, and the individual requested no further contact.  Both parties were spoken to and agreed to cease contact.

3:46 pm – 600 Block Athabasca St W – Dangerous Driving – A plate number and vehicle description were obtained from a vehicle that side swiped the complainant’s vehicle and drove on to the front lawn of a residence.  The complainant wishes the registered owner to be warned regarding their driving actions.  Police are to contact the registered owner.

4:21 pm – 400 Block Trinity Ln – A subject called 911 for assistance when no assistance was required. The subject was previously warned regarding the misuse of 911 and was thus charged for misusing 911.

4:49 pm – 700 Block Thatcher Dr E – Theft – A subject reportedly left without paying for items. Police are still investigating to obtain video.

5:15 pm – 0 Block Caribou St E – Fraud – The complainant notified that a subject is attempting to cash a cheque from the complainant; however, the complainant has not written any cheques.  Police confirmed no money was provided to the subject, and the transaction was cancelled by the agency.  This is still under investigation for police to obtain a statement to identify the suspect.

6:04 pm – 200 Block Iroquois St E – Intoxicated Person – An intoxicated subject was at a detox center with no paperwork to be there.  The subject was located and held in cells until sober.

8:39 pm – Crescent Park – Suspicious Person – A subject was hanging around in the park on a park bench for an extended period of time.  The subject was located and advised that they were waiting for a friend to finish work. The individual was transported home by police.

8:42 pm – 500 Block 1st Av NW – Hit & Run – This occurred between 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm. There was approximately $1000 of damage to the rear driver’s side tire area, and a red paint transfer was left behind.

10:17 pm – 1st Av NW at High St W – Assist Elderly – A subject had fallen while walking home, and they needed assistance getting up.  Police confirmed no injuries were sustained, and the subject was transported home.

2:12 am – 900 Block Main St N – Impaired Driving – Three intoxicated subjects were observed trying to enter a vehicle, and were last seen southbound on Main Street.  A vehicle description was obtained and the area was searched; however, the vehicle was not located.

2:14 am – Main St S at Grandview St E – Towed Vehicle – A truck parked with people observed going on and out of it.  Upon police arrival no one was in the area, and the vehicle was left abandoned in the roadway.  The vehicle was towed, and the registered owner was notified via phone.

2:36 am – 1000 Block Athabasca St E – Breach Court Order – A subject was on curfew conditiona and was not home upon police checking.  A warrant was issued for the subject.

5:45 am – 800 Block Fairford St E – Alarm Call/Insecurity – An alarm call was received in which police located an insecure front door.  The premise was cleared and no person(s) or damage were located.  The key holder was contacted and they attended.

Police responded to two 911 calls.
Police assisted one other government agency.
Police responded to four parking bylaws.
Police issued two warrants for failures to appear in court.
Police issued three warrants for breaches of court orders.
Police executed one warrant. 

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