Vehicles rummaged through - one reported stolen
During the late hours of Friday, and the early morning hours of today, a number of vehicles were entered, rummaged through, and had items taken. These vehicles were parked in various locations throughout the city. One vehicle has been reported stolen and the investigation is ongoing to determine if additional vehicles may have been stolen.
Moose Jaw Police Service wants to remind the public and strongly encourages the public to lock their vehicles. All vehicles entered or stolen overnight had been left unlocked.
Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 64 calls during the 24 hour period of 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday.
• Four people were arrested for outstanding warrants.
• Police responded to three false 911 calls.
• There were nine investigations conducted regarding mischief and damage to property.
• Four people were charged for violating court orders.
• There were a total of five vehicle collisions, two of which were hit and runs. The five collisions had two persons charged and two persons injured.
• Police had two investigations of recovering stolen property.
• There were six reported driving related events: Two erratic drivers are being investigated, one person charged for driving while prohibited, one person charged for impaired driving and two roadside alcohol screening tests conducted with a 30 day and 24 hour suspension issued.
• Police are investigating a reported sexual assault.
• One person was charged with causing a disturbance in a local coffee shop.
• One person is being investigated for a report of trespassing.
• Police responded to an intervention with an attempted suicide.
• Police mediated two domestic disputes and two other disturbances.
• One person was warned for cause of excessive noise under the city noise bylaw.
• Four events of thefts were reported.