Moose Jaw Police Service
2023 May 06 – 2023 May 07
0700 hours – 0700 hours
Total Calls – 54
0716 hours – Break and Enter – A subject entered a residence and stole car keys. Still under investigation.
0834 hours – Insecurity – A patrol member noticed a lock was broken off a storage unit. Still under investigation to contact business manager.
0915 hours – Hit and Run – Hit and run occurred the day prior in a parking lot. File number provided for insurance purposes.
1008 hours – Mischief – Someone broke a window at a local hotel. Still under investigation to speak with the suspects.
1408 hours – Dispute – Two parties were having a disagreement in a parking lot of a school. Police attended and the situation was mediated.
1558 hours – Parking Bylaw – Vehicle was parked within 2 meters of a driveway and the registered owner was ticketed.
1623 hours – Dispute – Two parties were intoxicated and having an argument. Police arrived and one party had already left the residence which resolved the dispute.
1610 hours – Theft Under – A subject entered a business the night prior and stole an item. Complainant will provide video but would like it reported for informational purposes.
1632 hours – Unwanted Guest – A male refused to leave a premise when asked. Police attended and spoke to the individual who left when requested.
1712 hours – Hit and Run – Complainant was back into in a parking lot damaging their front bumper. There is approximately $1000 in damages. File number provided for insurance purposes.
1836 hours – Intoxicated Person – A subject was located on a residential street intoxicated. Subject was arrested for public intoxication and will be released once sober.
2047 hours – Motor Vehicle Accident – Two vehicle collision, no injuries and approximately $10,000 in damages. There was one ticket issued to one driver.
2226 hours – Noise Bylaw – Loud music was playing from an apartment keeping residence up. Police attended and warned the residence of the Noise Bylaw.
2247 hours – Disturbance – Multiple calls of residence hearing gun shots. Police attended the area and located a car that was backfiring.
2310 hours – Group of teenagers were knocking pylons over at the Town N’ Country Mall. Police attended and spoke to an individual who replaced the pylons.
0036 hours – License Suspension – A vehicle was stopped and was provided a mandatory ASD. The driver blew a “WARN”. The driver was issued a 3 day license suspension and their vehicle was impounded for 3 days.
Assist Other Agency – 2
Bar check – 2
Community Service Project -1
911 Calls – 8