The Moose Jaw Police Service (MJPS) conducted a roving impaired driving detection on Nov. 3.

In total, members of the MJPS conducted 37 Approved Screening Device (ASD) demands, making one impaired driving arrest. In addition, Police handed out a 72-hour license suspension to a driver, seizing their vehicle for three days due to an ASD warning. 

Members also issued one Alcohol and Gaming regulation ticket for open alcohol in a vehicle, suspended two drivers, and made one Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) arrest. 

Police also executed two warrants, clearing up 14 outstanding warrants on one individual, who was held for court.

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