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January 16 – January 17, 2019
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 29 calls for service.

9:46 am – Theft of Auto – The vehicle was located in the alley and was not stolen.

10:53 am – Suspicious Occurrence – A subject attended the police station and was lost. The subject was taken home and left in the care of a family member.

10:57 am – Assault – A subject was assaulted. The suspect was charged and released with a later court date.

1359 hours – PACT – Follow up with subject completed, PACT will also follow up with subjects family.

2:01 pm – Dispute – A dispute took place between two parties. The situation was mediated and advice was given on how to proceed.

2:33 pm – Property Lost – A subject lost property and reported this for informational purposes. The individual was given advice on how to further proceed.

2:42 pm – Break and Enter – A house was entered and items were stolen. This is still under investigation.

2:54 pm – Well Being Check – A subject had not been seen and the complainant was concerned for the subject. The subject contacted the complainant, and all is well. PACT will follow up with the subject.

4:31 pm – Parking Bylaw –A vehicle was parked in the same location since before Christmas. The tires were marked and the vehicle will be checked on Friday.

4:54 pm – Dispute – A dispute took place between parties. Advice on further actions was given.

8:04 pm – Disturbance – Subjects went onto the complainant’s property. The subjects were warned to remain off the complainant’s property.

8:45 pm – Assist Sick Person – A subject was taken to the hospital and was left in the care of hospital staff.

9:32 pm – Dog Barking – A dog was outside and barking. The subject was warned and the dog was taken inside for the night.

11:41 pm – Noise Bylaw – Lots of noise was coming from the neighbouring building. The subject was warned under the noise bylaw.

Police responded to suspicious occurrences in five cases.
Police charged two with failures to attend court.
Police assisted other government agencies in two cases.
Police responded to three 911 calls.

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