January 25 – January 26, 2019
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 38 calls for service.

9:16 am – Parking Bylaw – A vehicle was located with the doors open. The registered owner was contacted and nothing was stolen.

11:17 am – Assist Locate – A subject left school and did not return home. The subject was located and in good health.

11:48 am – Parking Bylaw – A vehicle was parking a complainant’s driveway. The registered owner was notified and the vehicle was moved.

12:13 pm – Theft of Auto - A vehicle was stolen, and it was later located by the RCMP.

1:37 pm – Well Being Check – A complainant worried about the well-being of the subject. The subject was located and in good health. PACT is to follow up with the subject.

3:07 pm – Theft Under – A subject stole items. This is still under investigation to obtain video.

8:34 pm – Barking Dog – The owner was warned under the barking dog bylaw and the dog was taken inside.

8:50 pm – Harassing Calls – The subject was given a verbal warning to stay away and refrain from contact with the complainant.

10:45 pm – Assist to Locate – The subject left the program and had not returned. The subject later returned to the program in good health.

12:49 am – Dispute – There was a dispute between two people and both parties were arrested on outstanding warrants.

1:24 am – Driving Impaired – A subject was arrested and charged for driving impaired. They were released for court.

1:28 am – Theft Under – A license plate was stolen. The complainant was advised to report to SGI for a new plate.

Police executed five warrants.
Police assisted other agencies in five cases.
Police completed five curfew checks.
Police responded to three 911 calls.

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