The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 43 calls for service between 7 a.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday.
Those included three curfew checks, two assisting other agencies, two breaches of court order, three alarm calls and eight 911 calls.
Some of the other calls included a hit and run on the 1200 block of Main Street North at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Vehicle damage is estimated at $1,000.
Police dealt with a dog with its head stuck in a fence. Police were able to free the dog and the neighbour agreed to look after the dog until the owners arrived home.
Police responded to a break and enter in progress and are still investigation. They also received a call to 1600 Main Street North for a person using fake identification.
Police investigations continue on a youth male and an adult male who were assaulted and transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
Shortly after midnight, police attended to the zero block of Manitoba Street West where one adult male was charged for assault.
Police dealt with two loud parties and a complaint of loud music. Police also found a juvenile male driving a vehicle at 2 a.m. Police pulled him over and he blew into an alcohol screening device with a result of an ALERT. The youth was given a license suspension and other youths were taken home to their parents.