Moose Jaw Police Service 2018 July 10 to 2018 July 11

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – 0700 hours to 0700 hours Total calls – 58

0919 hours – Person reporting a hit and run that occurred in June, damage estimated at $500. SGI forms filled out and submitted.

1113 hours – Complainant requesting a well-being check on a family member. Subject located in fine health but was just running late for an appointment. Family member advised.

1248 hours – Subject on no contact conditions showed up at a residence where they were not allowed to be. Subject located and charged with uttering threats, assault with a weapon, unlawfully in a dwelling, possession of stolen property, and several breaches. Subject held in cells for court Wednesday morning.

1249 hours – Report of a suspicious person on a bike going up and down the street, and now approaching houses, subject located and spoken to, was in the area looking for a friend’s house to play with, nothing suspicious.

1327 hours – Report of a suspicious person hanging around the area, subject located sitting by the mailboxes, subject advised they were just waiting for the Canada Post delivery, nothing suspicious.

1329 hours – Report of dogs barking non stop, dog owner spoken to and warned under the bylaw.

1653 hours – Business reported a gas drive off with plate number obtained, registered owner contacted, confusion between driver and passenger both thinking the other had paid, driver returned and paid for the gas.

1655 hours – Hit and run to a vehicle parked in a parking lot today, damage estimated at $1,000, SGI forms filled out and submitted.

1941 hours – Police were called to a dispute between two parties, spoke to both parties who agreed to try to get along for the evening, dispute mediated.

2011 hours – Tree down on a power line from the strong winds, Fire Department and SaskPower attended to deal with it.

2008 hours – Dispute between a landlord and tenant, arrangements made for the tenant to stay for the night and make other arrangements in the morning, dispute mediated.

2100 hours – Dispute between two parties, one party agreed to go home for the night, dispute mediated.

2122 hours – A child was found walking alone in the area, child returned home prior to police arrival, police spoke with parents to confirm childs safety, discussed different preventative measures to put in place.

2127 hours – Discussed options going forward on a civil matter.

2157 hours – Concerns over a large group of people gathered in a parking lot, subects were just hanging out in the area, but were asked to move on for the night, no further police action needed.

2206 hours – A ticket was issued for minor possess beverage alcohol.

2217 hours – Verbal dispute between two parties trying to discuss life stresses while intoxicated, subjects agreed to go to bed for the night and leave the matters to be discussed and sorted out for tomorrow when they were sober.

2230 hours – Family member from another province requesting a well-being check on family member, police attended and through investigation a person was charged with assault, other party was in fine health, family member advised of police findings and end result of well-being check

2336 hours – Subject now home for court ordered curfew, warrant issued for breach undertaking.

2346 hours – Police, Fire and EMS responded to a vehicle vs pedestrian collision, pedestrian transported to the hospital by EMS, through investigation it was determined that the pedestrian stepped onto the roadway into the path of the vehicle, no charges will be laid upon the driver involved.

0050 hours – Complainant called in reporting there may be someone on their roof, area and roof checked, a brick fell off chimney and rolled onto the ground causing the noise on the roof.

0239 hours – Report of a credit card stolen and used at a business, subject wanted incident documented and advised they would be cancelling the credit card.

911 calls – 6
Alarm calls – 2
Assist other Government Agency – 15
Fail to Attend Court/Finger Prints – 5

Moose Jaw Police Service



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