A year ago in the Times-Herald, police calls and fire calls for the last 24 hours.
A year ago in the Times-Herald
Modern. Streamlined. Adaptable. Flexible. The new Five Hills Health Region Regional hospital is a product of many hours of planning with the aim if creating the best facility possible. The Times-Herald continues its in-depth look at the ongoing project. After years of working in a facility meant for something else, the staff of the Mental Health Unit, currently located on the third floor of the Moose Jaw Union Hospital, are excited and relieved to finally have a facility that will be designed specifically for and with the best interest of both its clients and staff. In the new hospital, the Mental Health Unit will now be located on the same floor as medicine and the ICU.
- April 27, 2014
The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 42 calls for service between 7 a.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday. Among those were four breaches of court orders, one alarm call, seven 911 calls, one warrant executed, one assist another police agency and one assist to locate.
There were three hit and runs in that time period. The first took place overnight on the 300 block of Maple Street West. There was minor damage and police are investigating.
The second took place at the zero block of Thatcher Drive East just before 2 p.m. Saturday. There is $3,000 damage.
The other hit and run took place at the 500 block of Thatcher Drive East at 9:15 p.m. There is $1,000 damage. Charges are pending against the driver of the offending vehicle.
An adult man is being charged with two counts of assault after an incident that took place on Friday evening.
Police towed two vehicles for being unregistered on the street on the 400 block of Laurier Street at 5:17 a.m. on Sunday.
Earlier in the day, police seized an unregistered vehicle for a 30-day SGI impound because a suspended/impoundable driver was driving it.
Some of the other calls included mischief to a vehicle on the 500 block of Ominica Street East that caused $1,000 damage, police mediated four disputes, one of which was a child custody dispute, police dealt with two loud parties and road rage between occupants of a vehicle and an adult man resulted in a broken window of a vehicle. The man will pay for repairs.
A citizen scared off two people who tried to enter vehicles on the 1000 block of Warner Street at 2 p.m. Police are investigating to identify the suspects.
Police charged an adult man with impaired driving and driving over .08 after a vehicle stop. He was held in police cells until he was sober.
Police are investigating an adult man who set off fireworks within city limits at 10 p.m.
The Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to the 200 block of Manitoba Street East for activated alarms at 4:52 p.m. on Saturday.
Engines responded to the 1100 block of Fifth Avenue Northwest for the activation of a carbon monoxide detector shortly after midnight.