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Police & Fire Report

February 20 – February 21, 2017
7:00 am to 7:00 am

 

Moose Jaw Police responded to 27 calls for service.

8:02 am – 100 Block Main St N – Insecurity – Police were called to a business with an insecure door. Police cleared building and determined there was no break and enter and no one was inside. Keyholder attended and secured the building.

10:36 am – 1000 Block Albert St – MVA – Non reportable MVA, police assisted with name exchange.

1:32 pm – 200 Block Ominica St W – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, one party seeking options, options given.

1:35 pm – 500 Block Thatcher Dr E – Theft Under – Police are still investigating.

2:30 pm – 1600 Block Marquis Av – Dispute – Dispute between two parties, one party seeking options, options given.

4:04 pm – 800 Block Stadacona St E – Nuisance Calls – Subject intoxicated and making nuisance calls, subject warned calls could lead to charges. Calls stopped.

4:36 pm – 100 Block Fairford  St E – Well Being Check – Subject fine, left in care of family.

4:54 pm – 6th Ave NW at Athabasca St W – Other Bylaw – Subject unable to control their dog, took full responsibility for incident, was spoken to and warned under bylaw as per complainants wishes.

5:58 pm – 600 Block Stadacona St W – Dispute – Subject looking for options regarding custody issues, options given.

8:08 pm – 1300 Block Gordon Rd – Mischief – Scratches on car door consistent with someone trying to break into vehicle, nothing taken, still under investigation.

8:12 pm – 0 Block Main St N – Dispute – Dispute between three parties, all parties spoken to and advised to stop all contact, police mediated situation.

8:44 pm – Thatcher Dr W at Caribou St W – Dispute – Dispute between two parties regarding driving actions, police mediated situation.

10:18 pm – 0 Block Wood Lily Dr – Mischief – Windshields and tires slashed on two vehicles, damage estimated at $1,000, still under investigation.

2:59 am – 0 Block Manitoba St E – Noise Bylaw – Subjects banging on doors and windows, door closed behind subjects locking them out, just trying to get back in, police assisted in getting them back into residence for the night.

Police responded to Five 911 calls
Police responded to 1 alarm call (false)
Police responded to 2 City after hours callouts

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