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.