June 19 – June 20, 2018
7:00 am to 7:00 am

Moose Jaw Police responded to 59 calls for service.

6:52 am – Suspicious Vehicle – A vehicle was left parked where it was unauthorized to do so. The registered owner was contacted.

7:25 am – Traffic Bylaw – Vehicles were entering the northbound lane to avoid barricades that have the street blocked off. One ticket was issued.

8:34 am – Theft of Auto – A red Honda Civic bearing the license plate 127JND was stolen. The matter is still under investigation.

8:50 am – Hit and Run – The incident occurred last night. $6000.00 in damages was done.

9:19 am – Suspicious Vehicle – An individual was working on a vehicle while it was parked on the street. They were advised that this is illegal and were warned for their actions.

10:26 am – Fraud – An individual responded to an ad in the paper and is now out $3250. The matter is under investigation.

10:53 am – Dangerous Driving – The registered owner was warned for their actions.

11:44 am – Suspicious Occurrence – An individual was leaving his dog sleeping in the car overnight. Police spoke with the owner and he was warned of his actions.

12:30 pm – Weapons Call – An individual was warned for discharging a pellet gun within city limits.

1:00 pm – Bike Theft – A green multi gear CCM mountain bike with a Canadian flag on the crossbar was taken. This was reported for information purposes.

1:26 pm – Hit and Run – The damages were estimated at $2,000, and the vehicle had a white paint transfer. There are no suspects at this time.

1:36 pm – Dispute – The situation was mediated.

2:21 pm – Bike Theft – A 26” Viking Trail Hard tail aluminum mountain bike, black and neon green in color, was stolen. This was reported for information purposes.

2:59 pm – Theft of Auto – A 2002 Ford Focus Sedan, blue in color and bearing license plate number 926 KXQ, was stolen.

3:24 pm – Theft Under – The license plate 548 KJV was stolen off of a utility trailer.  

3:29 pm – Theft – An individual was charged with theft under $5,000.00 and was released on an appearance notice.

4:13 pm – Suspicious Occurrence – An individual was advised that the call they received was a scam. This was reported for information purposes.

6:55 pm – Property Dispute - Advice was given and the situation was mediated.

7:14 pm – Traffic Bylaw – A caller reported a driver texting while driving. The individual was warned.

7:34 pm – Noise Bylaw – It was all quiet upon police arrival. This was reported to be a band practice.

8:32 pm – Theft Under – A bike trailer and trailer dolly were stolen from the property. The estimated value is $190.

8:58 pm – Suspicious Occurrence – An individual set up his tent on private property. The individual was asked to leave and was warned not to return.   

10:30 pm – Theft Under – The matter is still under investigation.

10:45 pm – Disturbance – The individuals were separated for the night and the situation was mediated.

12:27 am – Suspicious Occurrence – a homeowner could hear someone outside their home near the vehicles. The area was searched, but they were gone upon police arrival.

3:34 am – Barking Dog - All was quiet upon police arrival.

Police executed two warrants.
Police responded to four 911 calls.
Police assisted other agencies in six cases/
Police responded to one alarm call.
Police completed three curfew checks.

DiscoverMooseJaw.com is Moose Jaw's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.