Moose Jaw Police Calls for Service August 2 – August 3, 2017

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – Moose Jaw Police Service From 0700 hours to 0700 hours Number of Calls: 45

0747 hours – 1200 blk Wolfe Ave. – Break and Enter – Person located, charged with Break and Enter, held for court in a.m.

0858 hours – 0 blk Woodlily Dr. – Break, Enter and Theft – Occurred sometime after 2100 hours previous evening. Office entered and items stolen.

1051 hours – 700 blk Athabasca St. W. – Theft from Vehicle – Identification taken sometime overnight. Small knife left behind in vehicle.

1237 hours – 1300 blk 2nd Ave. N. W. – Found Scooter – Scooter found in bushes. Towed out.

1310 hours – 600 blk Lillooet St. W. – Erratic Driver – Located and warned about his driving actions.

1339 hours – 0 blk Wellington Pl – Theft from Vehicle – Wallet, ID and cash taken from unlocked vehicle.

1423 hours – 0 blk Fairford St. E. – Found Donation Box – Money missing, bike left behind.

1834 hours – 800 blk Duffield St. – Assault – One person charged with assault and breach of Probation. Held for court in morning.

1854 hours – 1300 blk Spadina St. – Wellbeing Check requested. – Person located later in evening. Was fine. Complainant notified.

1936 hours – 1st Ave N. E. at Manitoba St. E. – Erratic Driver – Located and warned about his driving actions in front of parent.

2146 hours – 0 blk Manitoba St. E. – Disturbance – Person yelling and screaming at patrons of business. Was advised to move on.

2158 hours – 1200 blk Irving Ave. – Noisy Party – Homeowner warned regarding the noise bylaw. Turned music down and advised to close his door.

2303 hours – 1300 blk 11th Ave. S. W. – Noise Complaint – Homeowner warned regarding noise bylaw. Son playing video games with headphones, couldn’t hear how loud he was.

2345 hours – 600 blk Fairford St. E. – Dispute – One person tried climbing off balcony and fell. EMS attended, took person to hospital to be treated.

0106 hours – 0 blk Woodlily Dr. – Wellbeing Check – Person contacted and is fine. Complainant notified.

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