Moose Jaw Police Service Calls for Service August 21 – August 22, 2017

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – 2017 August 21 to 2017 August 22 – 0700 hours to 0700 hours – Total calls – 51

0756hrs – 400 blk Thatcher Dr E – Mischief – Overnight windows “shot” out with a pellet gun, SUI as possibly related to several mischiefs the day before.

0824hrs – 1000 blk Stadacona St W – Parking Bylaw – Vehicle noted parked for a long period of time. Vehicle towed from the city street for being unregistered parked on the street.

1201hrs – 400 blk Lillooet St W – Assist Social Services – Small child wandering without supervision. Recurring event. Parent attended a short time later to retrieve child.

1214hrs – 200 blk High St E – 5 year old missing from residence, located a short time later at a local business.

1224hrs – 100 blk Ominica St W – Fail to Appear – 2 adults and 1 youth charged fail to attend Court as required to do so. Warrants issued.

1501hrs – 1100 blk 3rd Av NE – Recovered Stolen Auto – Vehicle stolen from Regina recovered in Moose Jaw. SUI for vehicle to be processed for evidence.

1523hrs – 4th Av SW at Coteau St W – Suspicious Person – Adult noted near daycare acting suspicious. Subject trying to sell a book. Advised to be cognizant of location.

1604hrs – 1000 blk 6th Av NE – Erratic Driving – Vehicle fishtailing and stunting. Vehicle type and plate noted. SUI to contact owner.

1634hrs – 900 blk Thatcher Dr E – Dispute – Disagreement between co-workers. Advised of options.

1652hrs – 800 blk Chester Rd – Noise Bylaw – Noisy vehicle located. Issued inspection ticket for muffler.

1742hrs – 1200 blk Iroquois Dr – Parking Bylaw – Vehicle noted parked for a long period. Tires marked, SUI to check back in 72 hours.

2118hrs – 500 blk Home St W – Assault – Dispute turned physical with no injury. Wished that a warning was given. Subject warned.

0014hrs – 1300 blk Algoma Av – Theft – Property and medication stolen from unlocked vehicle while owners away.

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