Fire crews responded to three calls for service while the Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 48 calls for service.
Moose Jaw Fire Department
The Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to three calls for service between 7 a.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday, including assisting EMS personnel at the scene of a collision in the intersection of Thatcher Drive and Ninth Avenue Northeast.
Fire crews also responded to two fires, one a grass fire on the 40 block of Fairford Street East and the other a rubbish fire on the 800 block of Caribou Street East.
The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 48 calls for service between 7 a.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday, including nine 911 calls, five disputes, two noise complaints, one complaint of harassment, one complaints of threats uttered, two thefts resulting in charges, charged two females with breach of undertaking and two cases of fraud, one of which is still under investigation.
Police also responded to assist RCMP with a breath test of an impaired driver and charged another driver with impaired driving and refusing to take a breath test.
A SaskPower pole was found lying in the middle of the street at Saskatchewan Street West and Second Avenue. SaskPower was called and an officer moved the pole to the side of the road.
Police were notified of two hit and runs totaling an estimated $11,500 damage. One occurred on the zero block of Manitoba Street East and the other occurred on the 200 block of Lillooet Street West, with the suspect’s vehicle believed to be a grey Chevrolet Avalanche with significant front-end damage.
Police also responded to a pair of two-vehicle collisions. One occurred at the intersection of Thatcher Drive and Ninth Avenue Northeast, produced one injury, an estimated $10,000 in damage is still under investigation.
The second collision, which occurred at the intersection of Duffield Street and Seventh Avenue Southwest did not produce any injuries, but resulted in an estimated $8,000 in damage. One driver was also charged with failure to stop for a stop sign.