The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 49 calls for service between 7 a.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday.
Moose Jaw Police Service
Among those calls were 10 911 calls, executing nine warrants, six curfew checks, three noise complaints, two breached court orders, two arrests for public intoxication, one of which was a female causing a disturbance, and one dispute that was mediated.
Police also charged the drivers of four vehicles with driving without consideration for others on the Trans-Canada Highway.
An adult male and an adult female received three-day license suspensions after their vehicles were stopped and the drivers were found to be impaired.
Police also seized a vehicle on the 100 block of Thatcher Drive East and impounded it for 30 days because the driver’s license was suspended.
Still under investigation are incidents involving an adult male driver who failed to stop at a red light on the zero block of Thatcher Drive East, and the recovery of a stolen quad on the 1000 block of Oxford Street East that was reported stolen on Aug. 14.
A suspicious occurrence resulted in the registered owner of a vehicle being spoken to by police after they received a complaint that a young child had been left in the vehicle for at least 15 minutes on the zero block of Thatcher Drive East.
Police also responded to roof issues of a business on the corner of Second Avenue Northwest and River Street West. A portion of the roof was blown off late Saturday evening. The building owner, the fire department and city workers attended and are working out a plan of action.