September 1 – September 2, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 54 calls for service.

8:49 am – Theft Under - Sometime overnight a locked vehicle was entered and $600 worth of tools was stolen. This was reported for information purposes.

9:10 am – Mischief – Sometime overnight a rear window was smashed out causing $200 in damages. No suspects are known at this time.

10:03 am – Theft – A complainant learned that his property was being sold without his permission. The matter is still under investigation.

10:04 am – Dispute – The situation was mediated. Options were given to both parties involved.

10:24 am - Hit and Run – Approximately $1000.00 in damage was done to the right driver’s side bumper.

12:12 pm – Dispute – The matter is under investigation to speak with all parties involved.

12:41 pm – Suspicious Person – The individual was arrested on outstanding warrants.

2:06 pm – Mischief – Sometime overnight the driver’s side window was smashed out of the complainant’s vehicle. $200.00 in damage was done and there are no suspects or witnesses.

3:17 pm – Erratic Driver – The driver was warned regarding his driving actions.

3:23 pm – Fire Call – Candles were left unattended and caused a small fire. The damage is estimated at $1500.

3:32 pm – Harassing Communication – A complainant continues to receive unwanted communication and will change their phone number.

3:11 pm – Suspicious Person – an individual was arrested on outstanding warrants.

8:23 pm - Barking Dog – Upon arrival the dogs were barking and there was no one home. A ticket will be issued.

10:11 pm – Loud Party – The homeowner was warned regarding the noise.

10:32 pm – Unwanted Guest – The individual left upon police arrival.

12:18 am – Loud Party – The homeowner was issued a warning and agreed to keep it down.

12:45 am – Fraud – Stolen cheques were cashed. The matter is still under investigation.

12:50 am – Mischief – The front driver’s side window was smashed out of a complainant’s car, causing $500 in damages.

3:12 am – Suspicious Activity – The homeowner had someone knocking at their door for the past 10 minutes, chose to ignore them, and they left her property. Police searched the area but were not able to locate anyone.

Police responded to two 911 calls.
Police responded to two curfew checks.
Police assisted other government agencies in five cases.
Police executed four warrants. 

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