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


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.


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

Calls for Service

Moose Jaw Police Service

2017 June 21 to 2017 June 22

0700 hours to 0700 hours

Total calls – 52

0819 hours – 500 Block 3rd Ave NE – Dispute – Dispute between neighbours, still under investigation to speak to both parties involved.


0929 hours – 200 Block 1st Ave NW – Hit and Run – Sometime yesterday the front end of a vehicle was hit with the offending driver not exchanging driver information. Damage estimated at $1,000.


1100 hours – 1200 Block Pascoe Dr W – Theft from Vehicle – Theft of property from vehicle, police continue to investigate.


1135 hours – Well Being Check – Subject located in fine health.


1230 hours – 2nd Ave NW at Fairford St W – Two vehicle motor vehicle collision with injuries, both vehicles were towed, one driver was charged with proceed from stop sign before safe, both vehicles were towed, damage estimated at $5,000.


1559 hours – 0 Block Manitoba St E – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, one subject advised to stop all contact as per complainant’s wishes.


1716 hours – 1500 Block Warner St – Dog at Large – Owner located and picked up dog, warned for allowing dog to run at large.


1749 hours – Main St N at Saskatchewan St W – Hit and Run – Vehicle hit another vehicle with the driver leaving the scene. Owner of the victim vehicle was able to obtain a plate for the offending vehicle. Damage estimated at $2,000, still under investigation for possible charges.


1754 hours – 300 Block Main St N – Dispute – Dispute between two subjects, other party advised to stop all contact as per complainant’s wishes.


1804 hours – 1400 Block Hastings St – Dispute – Dispute over parking on the street, subject to be spoken to as per complainants wishes.


1806 hours – 600 Block Fairford St E – Hit and Run – Hit and Run to vehicle with a witness taking down the plate of offending vehicle, damage estimated at $5,000, still under investigation to speak to other driver involved.


1827 hours – 800 Block 5th Ave NW – MVA – Vehicle driving down the street and trailer came off the vehicle and hit a parked car, damage estimated at $1,500, owner of the trailer charged.


1941 hours – 1200 Block Irving Ave – Breach Recognizance – Subject charged for breaching no contact conditions, released for a later court date.


2000 hours – 1300 Block Queen Cr – Theft from Vehicle – Theft from unlocked vehicle, reported for information purposes.


2042 hours – 800 Block 7th Ave NE – Break and Enter – Residence entered and rummaged through, police continue to investigate.


2112 hours – 1700 Block Main St N – Intoxicated Person – Report of a possible intoxicated pedestrian, subject located, not intoxicated, subject provided transient aid for the night.



911 Calls – 9

Assist Other Agency – 2

Warrants Executed – 5

Community Service Projects – 2

Parking Bylaw - 1