Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – 0700 hours to 0700 hours Total calls – 62
0820 hours – 400 Block Home St W – Theft from Vehicle – Theft of property from unlocked vehicle, still under investigation.
0856 hours – 800 Block Thatcher Dr E – Hit and Run – Sometime overnight a vehicle hit a sign damaging it, reported for information purposes.
0920 hours – 0 Block Home St W – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, subjects separated for the day.
1052 hours – 1300 Block Queen Cr – Mischief – Sometime overnight vehicle was egged, reported for informational purposes.
1106 hours – 1100 Block Redland Ave – Mischief – Sometime overnight house was egged with possible suspects, police continue to investigate.
1211 hours – Caribou St E at Main St N – MVA – Two vehicle motor vehicle collision occurred yesterday with one vehicle requiring towing, there were no injuries, SGI documents filled out and drivers provided police file number.
1509 hours – 0 Block McKenzie Lane – Theft from Vehicle – Theft from unlocked vehicle, still under investigation to view video footage.
1556 hours – 500 Block 9th Ave SW – Prohibited Driver – During routine traffic patrol, driver was stopped and it was learned they were driving while disqualified, subject charged drive while disqualified and vehicle was seized.
1601 hours – 1200 Block 11th Ave SW – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, one subject left prior to police arrival, complainant wished no further police action.
1649 hours – 0 Block Lancaster Rd – Theft – Theft of copper wire, loss estimated at $10,000, police continue to investigate.
1754 hours – 700 Block Elizabeth St – Mischief – Dispute between two parties resulting In mischief, one party charged with mischief, released for a later court date on an order with no contact conditions.
1858 hours – 800 Block Chester Rd – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, spoke to both subjects with one party agreed to leave for the night, dispute mediated.
1913 hours – 1200 Block 11th Ave SW – Unwanted Guest – Report of an unwanted guest in a back yard, subject asked to leave and left.
1922 hours – 1100 Block Main St N – Mischief to Vehicle – Sometime overnight someone climbed on the roof of a car causing $2,000 damage, police continue to investigate.
1953 hours – 700 Block 2nd Ave NE – Theft – Theft from back yard, loss estimated at $80, police continue to investigate.
2023 hours – 1500 Block Duffield St W – Report of an erratic driver with plate number obtained, registered owner spoken to and warned.
2102 – 1200 Block Pascoe Dr E – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, spoke to both subjects, dispute mediated.
2141 hours – 600 Block Fairford St E – Dispute – Dispute between two parties over being noisy, spoke to both parties, situation mediated.
2249 hours – 0 Block Ross St E – Assault – Dispute between two parties resulting in a physical altercation, subject charged with assault and several breaches, brought to cells to be held for court in the morning.
2254 hours – 1000 Block 1st Ave NW – Mischief – Dispute between two parties resulting in mischief and breach charges, subject released for a later court date.
2318 hours – 0 Block Ross St E – A stolen auto was recovered, vehicle to be processed for possible charges.
midnight – 1100 Block Currie Cr – Intoxicated subject showed up at the wrong address, brought to cells and held until sober, subject charged with several breach charges to attend court at a later date.
0018 hours – 1100 Block Currie Cr – Unwanted Guest – Report of an unwanted guest, subject located and brought home.
0042 hours – 800 Block Main St N – Trespassing – Two subjects issued tickets for trespassing.
0115 hours – 800 block Outlook Ave – Attempted theft from Vehicle – Report of three subjects in the area checking vehicle doors, area searched, subjects not located.
0335 hours – 1200 Block Irving Ave – Noise Bylaw – Noisy gathering in garage, subject warned under the noise bylaw.
911 calls – 14
Assist other Agency –
Warrants Executed – 6
Alarm Calls – 1
Moose Jaw Police Service
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