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At approximately 0227 hours 30 April 2017 police responded to a reported stabbing incident in the 200 Block 5th Ave NW.

The initial investigation is revealing that two groups of mixed youth and young adults got into a dispute. During the dispute one person was stabbed and another person was beaten into unconsciousness. It is currently unknown as to the cause of the dispute.

EMS attended and took both injured persons to the F.H. Wigmore hospital for serious but non-life threatening injuries.

Several members of the public stopped and offered assistance to the injured and to the police.  We wish to thank these good Samaritans for their helpfulness.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call police or Crime Stoppers.


On 2017 April 11 at 0018hrs, Moose Jaw Police Service and Moose Jaw Fire Department attended to a vehicle fire on the 400 block of Manitoba St E. On arrival, one vehicle was fully engulfed in flames. A second nearby vehicle also caught fire as a result of being near the first vehicle.

Moose Jaw Fire Department was able to control the fire and extinguish the two vehicles before the fire spread any further.

Damage is estimated at $70,000.

The incident is still under investigation.

Moose Jaw Police Service requests that anyone with information regarding this incident call 306-694-7600 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

 


**Reminder to the Public**

With the tax season upon us and most people are in the middle of filing taxes, Moose Jaw Police Service would like to warn the public regarding a re-emerging scam that has been circulating in Moose Jaw and other cities.

The caller identifies themselves as Canada Revenue Agency and advises the caller that they owe money to Revenue Canada.  They advise that if they don’t send money immediately Police would be showing up at their doorstep with a warrant for their arrest.

Please be aware this is a scam. If you receive any phone calls from people claiming to be from Revenue Canada demanding money, do not send money or provide credit card information over the phone. Simply hang up and contact Revenue Canada Agency at their listed number to determine if the phone call was legitimate

You can also report these occurrence’s to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre Toll Free 1-888-495-8501, or you can visit their website for further information on protecting yourself at:

 

http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca


Moose Jaw Police Service had recently received several complaints of online and phone scams. The most recent include:

PRIZE SCAMS:

Scammers contact potential victims to advise that they have won a prize through “Publisher’s Clearing House” or “Reader’s Digest”. In order to receive the winnings, the scammers request fees up front through Western Union or money transfers in order to cover taxes or legal fees associated to the prize. Scammers will make several requests for further fees, and the victim never receives the prize.

LOAN SCAMS:

Scammers post online ads offering loans. Victims who respond to the ads are required to send advanced fees or payments in order to cover insurance or initial payments before receiving the loan. Scammers will make several requests for further fees, and the victim never receives the loan.

Moose Jaw Police Service would like to remind the public that unsolicited calls advising that you have won a lottery or prize are scams. Companies such as Publisher’s Clearing House or Reader’s Digest will never request money or fees upfront of receiving prizes. Any fees associated will never be paid through a money service business.

Financial businesses cannot request fees prior to obtaining loans. Never give out your personal information over the phone.

If you have been victim of or believe you have been victim of a scam, contact the Moose Jaw Police Service or go online to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre for more information. www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca


On March 18, 2017 at approximately 9:54 pm, Moose Jaw Police were called to attend the 200 block Ominica Street West for a report of a disturbance.  Information revealed that a 23 year old Moose Jaw male with multiple stab wounds was transported to the hospital where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Police continue to investigate.

Police are asking if anyone has any information regarding this crime to please contact police or Crime Stoppers.


On 2017 March 18th police attended to a 911 call at a residence in the 0 block of Maple St E. In the course of investigating the 911 call an adult male was taken into custody for outstanding warrants. Further investigation lead to the discovery of a stolen firearm and ammunition inside the residence.

The adult male was remanded into custody for court on Monday 2017 March 20th.

The male is being charged with:

*Careless storage of a firearm 86(1) CCC
*Unauthorized possession of a firearm 91(1) CCC
*Possession of a weapon obtained by the commission of an offence 96(1) CCC
*Breach of probation x3 733.1(1) CCC


On 2017 March 17 at 1646 hours, Moose Jaw Police Service, CP Police along with EMS and Moose Jaw Fire Department attended to 9th Ave NW at Edmonton St for a report that a vehicle had hit a pedestrian.

The pedestrian, a 16 year old female, was taken to the hospital by EMS with undetermined non-life threatening injuries.

Damage to the vehicle is estimated at $3,000.

This incident is still under investigation by Moose Jaw Police Service by obtaining further statements from witnesses.

Announcements

On 2017 April 25 at 1147 hours a lone male entered the Conexus Credit Union located at 335 4th Ave SW, in Moose Jaw. The male approached a teller, handed a note demanding cash. The lone male exited the bank with an undisclosed amount of money. No one was hurt in the incident.

Police are continuing to investigate.

Calls for Service

Moose Jaw Police Service

2017 May 28 to 2017 May 29

0700 hours to 0700 hours

Total calls – 28

 

0716hrs – 0 block Blue Bell Cr – Well being check – subject located and was left in care of family

 

1057rhs – 1000 block Simcoe St – Theft under from vehicle – vehicle left unlocked, $20-$30 taken

 

1202hrs – 200 block Fairford St W – Dispute – 2 parties involved, mediated by police

 

1338hrs – 200 block Ross St W – Well Being check – person located and left in care of family members

 

1454hrs – 800 block Alder Av – Trespass – male hanging out on property, male gone upon police arrival

 

1507hrs – 1300 block 11th Av SW – Assault – charges pending

 

1647hrs – 1600 block Glendale St – Barking dog – homeowner warned regarding the bylaw

 

1747hrs – 1000 block Fairford St E – Break and Enter – still under investigation

 

1804hrs – 800 block Ominica St E  - Motor vehicle accident – 2 vehicles, 1 vehicle was parked, $15,000 damage, no injuries, one person charged with drive while using cellphone and drive unregistered motor vehicle

 

2024hrs – 1300 block Main St N – Single vehicle rollover – vehicle loss control and rolled vehicle, no injuries, $3000 damage, 1 person charged drive w/o due care and attention and operate a vehicle without regulation and restriction

 

2038hrs – 200 block Hochelaga St W – Assist to locate – child did not show up for curfew, returned home shortly after

 

2205hrs – Trinity lane – Trespass – male hanging around on property, banging on complainants door, police attended and male was gone on arrival

 

 

911 Calls – 4

 

City After Hours call - 3