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March 13 – March 14, 2019
7:00 am to 7:00 am
 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 54 calls for service.

7:19 am – Dangerous Driving – A vehicle drove through the red lights at a main intersection in the city. The vehicle and plate information was obtained. Police are to speak with the driver in regards to their driving actions.

7:36 am – Break and Enter – A home was entered causing minor damages. Nothing was taken, and the incident is still under investigation.

7:41 am – Disturbance – The subject was causing a disturbance and left upon request.

7:51 am – Theft – Sometime over the last couple days a licence plate was stolen off a vehicle. This is still under investigation.

8:06 am – Disturbance – Police spoke with the person in question and asked them to leave the property as they were disturbing the patrons. The person left upon request.

10:23 am – Theft Under – A personal bike was stolen from outside of a store. Police are investigating to identify the suspect.

12:15 pm – Break and Enter – Sometime overnight a shed was broken into and a bike was stolen. The incident is still under investigation.

12:34 pm – Parking Bylaw – A person was issued a ticket for their vehicle blocking an alley.

1:23 pm – Erratic Driving – The driver was identified and warned regarding their driving actions.

3:31 pm – Nuisance Communication – The subject was located and warned regarding their behaviour.

3:57 pm – Suspicious Occurrence – A homeowner found footprints all throughout their yard and leading up to their doors. The homeowner was given advice on security measures to take.

3:59 pm – Well Being Check – The person was located and provided with more options to receive help.

5:38 pm – Shoplifting – The subject was charged for theft and released with a later court date.

9:00 pm – Impaired Driving – The subject was given a roadside ASD demand that resulted in a 3 day licence suspension.

10:11 pm – MVA – No injuries resulted. One vehicle was towed, resulting in approximately $4000 of damage. The incident was due to poor road conditions.

1:56 am – Assist EMS – A subject was transported to the hospital and left in the care of staff.

3:10 am – Assist EMS – Police assisted EMS at a residence as entry was needed to access the person in distress. The person was assessed by EMS and treated.

Police responded to two alarm calls.
Police executed two warrants.
Police responded to three 911 calls. 

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