Moose Jaw Police responded to 42 calls for service.
7:57 am – Noise Bylaw – A vehicle with a loud muffler wakes the neighbourhood up every morning. The registered owner is to be spoken to.
8:24 am – Recovered Stolen Property – A parcel stolen from the front step of a residence was recovered. Charges are pending.
8:35 am – Fraud – A moving company picked up belongings and were to be delivered to a new residence already, but the property had not shown up. The complainant was advised that it is a civil matter, and advice was given.
9:12 am – Theft from Vehicle – Sometime overnight a vehicle was entered and rummaged through, and doors were left open.
10:11 am – Theft – Four auger motors were stolen over the past few nights. Police continue to investigate.
10:44 am – Unwanted Guest – The subject was gone on Police arrival.
10:54 am – Breach Court Order – There was an allegation of a breach of a court order. Charges are pending.
1:20 pm – Dispute – A minor altercation occurred in a parking lot. The parties involved were spoken to and the situation was mediated.
4:42 pm – Found Property – A wallet containing identification was located. The owner was contacted and the wallet was returned.
5:03 pm – Dispute – A subject was refusing to pay a bill, causing a scene in an establishment. Upon Police arrival, the subject paid the bill. The subject was detained on outstanding warrants and was held in cells until sober.
5:59 pm – Erratic Driving – A plate number and vehicle description were obtained from a vehicle noted to be swerving. Police are investigating to speak with the registered owner.
7:36 pm – Suspicious Person – A male was hanging around in an area. Police located the subject and spoke with him. He was not doing anything wrong, and was advised to move along.
9:31 pm – Dispute – A subject was not following house rules. They were spoken to by Police and the situation was mediated.
9:43 pm – Mischief – Sometime overnight on July 11, rocks were thrown at a vehicle causing damage to the windshield and passenger side window. This was reported for informational purposes.
12:11 am – Break & Enter – Unfounded. The homeowner was home and had company over.
12:29 am – Assist to Locate – A subject returned home on their own prior to Police involvement.
1:57 am – Noise Bylaw – People were hanging out in a garage with the door open, making noise. The homeowner was warned under the noise bylaw and was advised to close the door.