June 5 – June 6, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 75 calls for service.

8:31 am – Erratic Driving – The driver was located and advised police that they swerved to avoid a dead animal on the highway.

8:32 am – Breach Court Order – Two adults failed to attend for fingerprinting.  Warrants were issued.

9:03 am – Vehicle Seizure – During a vehicle stop a driver was found to be suspended.  The driver was issued two tickets and the vehicle was seized for 30 days.

12:15 pm – Threatening – An adult threatened a sibling, and a restraining order was granted.  The subject was arrested and released on conditions of no contact.

1:00 pm – Parking Bylaw – A camper was parked for two weeks without moving . The public is reminded that campers can be left unattached in front of their own residence for only 72 hours and then they must be moved away for 48 hours. 

1:00 pm – Fail to Appear – Four adults failed to attend court as ordered.  Warrants were issued.

3:43 pm – Collision – This involved two vehicles, two tows, no injuries, and one charge for failing to yield while making a left turn.

4:36 pm – City Bylaw – There was a report of two dirt bikes ripping around.  The public is reminded it is not legal to ride an unlicensed motorcycle of any kind in the city limits.

6:51 pm – Dispute – Parking Dispute – A vehicle was boxed in because a resident didn’t want it parked in front of their house.  City streets are not owned by residents, and anyone may legally park on them.  Police mediated the situation.

7:10 pm – Dog Bylaw – A dog was running loose.  The owners were located and warned.

9:38 pm – Assist Youth – Three youths were walking alone along a busy street.  They were located and were hunting for frogs and lost track of where they were.  Police assisted in taking them home.

11:42 pm – Assault – An intoxicated adult assaulted a stranger and damaged a vehicle.  Minor injuries resulted.  The adult was charged with assault and mischief and was released for court at a later date.

1:56 am – Fire Call – There was a report of a structure fire; however, it was a couch lit on fire outside the building.  The fire was extinguished.

Police responded to six parking bylaw infractions.
Police issued four warrants.

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