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

Moose Jaw Police responded to 52 calls for service.

8:07 am – 9th Ave Bridge – Assistance to Sick Person – Police provided assistance to a subject who was having a medical issue. The subject was taken home.

9:38 am – Breach Recognizance – Charges were pending for subjects not abiding by no contact conditions.

9:42 am – 100 Block Thatcher Dr – MVC – There was a two vehicle collision in a parking lot, with the damage estimated at $2,000.

12:59 pm –MVC – There was a three vehicle collision, with one vehicle towed, one minor injury, and damage estimated at $20,000. One driver was charged with following too closely.

1:00 pm – 0 Block Home St W – Unwanted Guests – Unwanted guests left prior to police arrival, and the complainant was provided with options.

2:57 pm – 0 Block Fairford St E – Fraud – A subject ordered a beverage and left without paying for it after consuming it. The establishment didn’t wish for charges but wanted the subject to be warned for their actions. The subject was warned and taken home.

3:53 pm – 0 Block Wood Lily Dr – Dispute – There was a verbal dispute between two parties. Both parties were spoken to, with one party leaving for the day. The dispute was mediated.

4:14 pm – 1300 Block Gordon Rd – Dispute – A dispute occurred between two parties. Police provided options to both parties and the dispute was mediated.

6:00 pm – 300 Block 4th Ave SW – Suspicious Person – A subject in the area had two full bags and was kicking them; possibly intoxicated. Police confirmed that the subject was not intoxicated but was waiting for a taxi.

6:15 pm – A subject attended Moose Jaw Police Service seeking advice regarding a custody dispute, and advice was given.

6:34 pm – 500 Block Hochelaga St W – Well Being Check – Police completed a check.

6:47 pm – 1150 Coteau St W – Well Being Check – A subject was located and spoken to, is in fine health, and advised that they will be staying with their parents for a few days.

8:21 pm – 4th Ave Bridge – MVC – There was a single vehicle accident. The vehicle was left abandoned on the bridge. The vehicle was towed as it’s not driveable. The damage is estimated at $6,000, and SGI forms were filled out.

8:21 pm – Main St N at Fairford St E – Erratic Driving – There was a report of an erratic driver with the plate number obtained. The vehicle was not located, but police contacted the registered owner and warned them for their driving actions.

9:09 pm – 1100 Block Warner St – There was a report of two persons in the area checking car doors. One vehicle was entered and the glove box was gone through. The subjects were not located in the area.

9:18 pm – 500 Block Laurier St – Well Being Check – A complainant requested a well-being check on a friend they haven’t been able to get in touch with. The subject was located in fine health with family members.

9:28 pm – 800 Block 7th Ave NW – Insecurity – There was a report of a house with the door wide open. Police attended and found the door was now closed. They spoke to the home owner, who said everything was fine.

11:09 pm – 300 Block Lillooet St W – Intoxicated Person – There was a report of an intoxicated person charging at cars that were driving past. The subject was located and brought to cells. EMS was contacted to assess the subject. The subject was brought to the hospital for further medical assessment and was left in their care.

12:08 am – 1600 Block Main St N – Police received a report of an intoxicated person who may be leaving establishment and going to drive. Police spoke to the subject, who advised that they were waiting for a friend. They discussed the implications of impaired driving charges/conviction.

12:56 am – 400 Block 3rd Ave NE – Suspicious Vehicle – There was a report of a suspicious vehicle parked in the area. The vehicle was located. The subjects are just on a road trip and pulled in to rest before continuing on.

2:44 am – 1300 Block 11th Ave SW – Disturbance – Police attended to the area for a report of a disturbance involving four people. No one was located in the area upon police arrival, and police spoke to the complainant, who advised that the group dispersed.

Police responded to eight 911 calls.
Police assisted other government agencies in three cases.
Police responded to two alarm calls.
Police executed one warrant.

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