July 25 – July 26, 2017
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 65 calls for service.

9:08 am – 500 block 1st Av NW – Shoplifting – An adult stole merchandise.  A review of video will result in theft charges and trespassing.

9:49 am – 100 block Hochelaga St E – Dispute – Adults were going through a break up.  Police separated the parties after a verbal dispute.

10:16 am – 500 block Coteau St W – Assist Sick Person – Police took adult needing medical assistance to the hospital for assessment.

4:31 pm – 1200 block Main St N – Stunting – Youth was found stunting in vehicle.  Police issued a warning.

4:59 pm – 100 block Fairford St E – Assist Sick Person – An adult was not doing well on their own.  The individual was taken to hospital for assessment.

5:37 pm – 800 block Chester Rd – Noise Bylaw – Dogs were barking contrary to the noise bylaw. Police explained the bylaw to the owner. The owner was warned.

5:46 pm – 300 block River Park Dr – Collision – Police responded to a single vehicle collision with a barrier pole.  There was $3000 of damage, with one tow, no injuries, and no charges.

5:58 pm – 200 block Manitoba St E – Recovered Stolen Vehicle – Vehicle stolen from Moose Jaw was recovered and is still under investigation for video.

7:31 pm – 1300 block 11th Av SW – Assault – Two adults were fighting.  A subject was arrested and charged with assault.  The individual was released in the morning on conditions.

8:46 pm – 800 block Chester Rd – Domestic Assault – Two adults were in disagreement, and one subject was charged with assault with a weapon.  There were no injuries.

8:14 pm – 800 block Main St N – Auto Theft – A vehicle stolen while left running.  The vehicle was recovered several hours later in Saskatoon.  Two youths were charged with theft.

4:02 am – 700 block Grandview St W – Theft – Two youth were identified stealing from a vehicle.  Both were charged with theft.  They were released on Curfew conditions in the morning.


Police responded to five 911 calls
Police executed four warrants.
Police responded to two alarm calls.

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