August 27 – August 28, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 46 calls for service.

8:45 am – MVA - One vehicle was towed.

10:32 am – Lost Property – A wallet was lost and was reported for informational purposes.

11:00 am – Theft Under – A purse was stolen from a vehicle, and $275.00 in items was taken. No suspects or witnesses were reported.

11:51 am - Hit and Run – This occurred sometime since Saturday evening. No paint transfer, no witnesses or suspects and approximately $1000 in damage was done.

12:40 pm – Disturbance – There was a report of fireworks being set off.

1:51 pm – Suspicious Occurrence – There was a report of 2 youths walking down the street carrying a BB gun. They were located and returned home to their parents.

2:01 pm - Fraud – There was a report of money missing out of an individual’s bank account. The matter is still under investigation.

2:03 pm – Found property – A bicycle was left at a complainant’s property. It is to be picked up.

5:17 pm – Fire Call – A garage fire occurred, resulting in a total loss. Approximately $30,000 in damages was done.

5:28 pm - Unwanted Guest – Two individuals in the bathroom past closing time were refusing to leave, and they were sent on their way.

6:30 pm - Traffic Bylaw – There was a report of a black SUV driving through a stop sign. The registered owner of the vehicle was warned.

6:41 pm – Dispute – An ongoing dispute took place between two individuals. The situation was mediated.

7:10 pm - Other Bylaw – There was a report of fireworks going off. Police were unable to locate the individual setting them off.

8:21 pm – Dispute – Ongoing issues with neighbourhood kids . The situation was mediated.

10:31 pm – Mischief – The glass window on a front door was shot with a pellet gun, causing $500.00 in damages.

10:49 pm - Traffic Obstruction – A semi was assisted with a B train to get turned around and headed in the right direction.

11:42 pm – Intoxicated Person – Police attended to the area and everyone was sent home.

11:42 pm – Other Bylaw – Fireworks were going off in the area.

Police assisted other agencies in three cases.
Police responded to five 911 calls.
Police responded to one alarm call. 

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