Police & Fire Report

March 16 – March 17, 2019
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 42 calls for service.

8:38 am – Parking Bylaw – A person was warned of a bylaw regarding parking around fire hydrants.

9:26 am – Dispute – There was a dispute between two parties mediated with the help of police. The parties were separated for the remainder of the day.

9:33 am – Dangerous Driving – A vehicle was driving dangerously within the city limits. The driver of the vehicle was warned about their driving actions.

10:29 am – Domestic Dispute – A person was charged with assault as a result of the dispute.

11:00 am – Threats – A person was threatened by another person. The person uttering the treats was spoken to about their behaviour and actions.

11:03 am – Theft Under – Personal property was taken from a vehicle, resulting in an approximate loss of $1300.

12:43 pm – Erratic Driving – Police are still investigating as they are trying to track down the driver of a vehicle that was seen swerving all over the road.

12:45 pm – Dangerous Driving - A dispute broke out between two persons who were arguing about driving actions. One party is to be issued a ticket.

1:04 pm – Hit and Run – Sometime overnight a vehicle was hit causing approximately $300 of damage.  There are no suspects or witnesses at this time.

1:33 pm – Domestic Dispute – A person was charged with assault as the result of the dispute.

3:09 pm – Theft of Auto – A vehicle was stolen from outside a place of business on Main Street.

4:29 pm – Intoxicated Person – An intoxicated person was spoken to by police and reminded to be safe while drinking.

4:58 pm – Theft Under – Merchandise was stolen from a store. Police are investigating to ID the suspect.

7:05 pm – Dispute – There was an on-going dispute between two individuals. Police separated both parties and mediated the situation

10:06 pm – Suspicious Vehicle – A vehicle seemed suspicious due to it being located on a property. Police attended and spoke with the registered owner of the vehicle. The owner confirmed that the vehicle was stuck but did not require police.

1:04 am – Assist to Locate – Police members were able to find a person who was missing and get them the help needed.

3:12 am – Intoxicated Person – An intoxicated person was found in the public by a police officer and was arrested and brought to cells until sober.

3:41 am – Recovered Stolen Property – Stolen property was recovered by a police officer.

Police executed two warrants.
Police responded to eight 911 calls.
Police assisted other government agencies in two cases.
PACT responded on three occasions.
Police completed two curfew checks. 

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