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January 14 – January 15, 2019
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 43 calls for service.

10:37 am – Driving Erratic – Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

10:46 am – Theft – Personal items were stolen. Police continue to investigate.

11:02 am – Theft Under – Merchandise was stolen from a business. This is still under investigation.

11:03 am – Disturbance – A dispute took place between two parties. One party left before police arrived.

12:15 pm – Driving Erratic – This is still under investigation for police to identify the driver.

12:47 pm – Theft of Auto – A vehicle/trailer was stolen from a residence. This is still under investigation.

1:17 pm – Fraud – Police are investigating a credit card fraud.

3:18 pm – Driving Erratic – The vehicle and persons were located. They were sent on their way for being disruptive.

3:57 pm – Mischief – Person(s) caused damage to a property. Police spoke with the parties involved and they came to a resolution.

4:12 pm – Dispute – A person was warned to stay away from a place of business due to the nature of the call.

5:59 pm – Dispute – A dispute took place between neighbours. One party was advised to keep the noise level down.

6:33 pm – Erratic Driving – A driver was tailgating someone and driving erratically. This is still under investigation to speak with the owner of the vehicle.

6:55 pm – Parking Bylaw – A parking ticket was issued.

9:31 pm – Disturbance – There was a report of an unknown male and female yelling in the area. The area was searched by police. They were unable to locate the individuals.

10:18 pm – Towed Vehicle – A vehicle was towed from the city streets due to expired registration.

10:10 pm – Assistance to Sick Person – A subject was transported to hospital with police making arrangements for a friend to wait at the hospital with them.

10:30 pm – Disturbance – A disturbance took place at a residence. The person(s) of interest left before police arrival. Police are investigating to locate and speak with the person(s) of interest.

2:59 pm – Insecurity – Police responded to an alarm call and found an insecure door on the building. The building was cleared by police with no one being found inside. Police then went through the building with the key holder, who advised nothing was damaged or out of place.  The building was locked up for the night.

Police assisted one government agency.
Police executed nine warrants.
Police responded to five 911 calls.
PACT responded on four occasions.

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