Moose Jaw Police Service 2017 October 11 to 2017 October 12

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – 0700 hours to 0700 hours Total calls – 44

0828hrs – 1300 Blk Stadacona St W – Hit & Run – Occurred sometime the day prior, damage to driver’s side mirror. Approximately $1000 damage, no suspects or witnesses.

0851hrs – 500 Blk Vaughan St – Suspicious Person – Person laying under blankets alongside a bike, complainant isn’t sure that the person is okay. Police attended and spoke to person and sent them on their way.

1015hrs – 300 Blk Stadacona St W – Mischief – Unlocked vehicle entered overnight. Phone cords & children’s movies taken, liquid spilled on seat, and papers strewn about. Complainant wanted it reported for informational purposes.

1152hrs – 1000 Blk Algoma Av – Assault – Person was just assaulted by another person, thinks that the person was still lingering by residence. Police attended checked area and spoke with the person assaulted.

1244hrs – 0 Blk Thatcher Dr E – Hit & Run – Occurred a few days prior, damage to right rear reflector. Approximately $500 damage, no suspects.

1256hrs – 2800 Blk Britannia Rd – Suspicious Occurrence – Crew went to clean empty bays when noticed items that appeared to be stolen.

1335hrs – 300 Blk North Service Rd – MVA – 2 semis involved in accident, minor damage. Police attended as licence plates were out of province.

1356hrs – 1100 Blk Redland Av – Fire Call – Police attended to assist fire hall with residential fire. Under investigation.

1428hrs – 9th Av NW at Highway 1 – MVA with Injury – Vehicle vs. semi accident, one party transferred to hospital. Damage estimated at $75,000, one party failed to yield.

1613hrs – 500 Blk 1st Av NW – Fraud – Someone using someone else’s account in business to charge items to. Complainant to come in to discuss further.

1635hrs – 9th Av NE at Caribou St E – Suspicious Occurrence – Pot wedged under bench seat, complainant called and stated they’d like police to attend as it was such a strange thing to find in such a way. Police disposed of the pot.

1755hrs – 1000 Blk Monk Av – Dispute between Neighbours – Issue between complainant’s dogs and neighbour. Police spoke with parties’ involved and mediated situation.

1756hrs – 0 Blk McDonald St – Impaired Driving – Vehicle hit lamp post, and post appears to be falling over. Police attended and found person to be impaired. Person arrested and brought to cells, to be charged with Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Exceed .08.

1837hrs – 600 Blk Stadacona St E – Missing Person – Police attended to the area after receiving a report of a person who was not giving any information of where they live or who they are. Police found out who person was and helped them arrive safely home.

2015hrs – 900 Blk Normandy Dr – Assist EMS – Complainant required assistance with person in home. Police attended and tried to reason with person to no avail. EMS transported person to hospital.

2026hrs – 600 Blk Stadacona St E – Theft Under – Complainant thought someone entered their garage yesterday or today, noticed items missing. Police attended and spoke with complainant. Approximately $80 in value stolen, no suspects.

0316hrs – Caribou St E at 12th Av NE – Theft – Person attended to police station to report a theft from the back of their vehicle approximately 2 weeks ago. Value in loss of items is $700. No suspects or witnesses.

0350hrs – 1200 Blk 5th Av NW – Mischief – Person entered complainant’s vehicle, doesn’t appear to be anything missing, car alarm went off.

0505hrs – 1500 7th Av SW – Complainant called and stated there was a cyclist on the property who passed all the signs stating to not go passed this point. Police attended, but cyclist was not tracked down.

0533hrs – 1000 Blk Stadacona St E – Suspicious Occurrence – Person in area trying to break into car, was scared off by complainant. Police attended to area, but did not find person.

911 Calls – 3
City after hours callout – 1
Curfew check – 2
Assist other agency – 1
Warrant execution – 3

Moose Jaw Police Service

Changes to Facebook means fewer people now see our posts. Please help spread the word by "sharing" our reports on your social media accounts.