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Upcoming Events

  • May 1st, 2016 – Moose Jaw Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) organizing a volunteer toll booth in the Canadian Tire Parking lot from 10 am – 2 pm. All donations will go to Special Olympics Saskatchewan to help assist Athletes. *More toll booths to be set up throughout the year at various participating locations*.

  • May 10th, 2016 – MJPS Car Seat Clinic in the Canadian Tire Parking lot from 1pm – 4pm. Trained car seat technicians will be on hand to ensure your car seats are installed properly. No appointment necessary.

  • June 4th, 2016 - Moose Jaw Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) 5 km run location Wakamow Valley. Time TBA. Registration/Pledges/donations/ will go to Special Olympics Saskatchewan to help assist Athletes. To register for this event contact Cst. Landon Giraudier at 306-694-7687

  • Jun 11, 2016 - Moose Jaw Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) presents “Battle of the Badges” Paintball Tournament for Law Enforcement and emergency Service Personnel. Time TBA. To register your Law Enforcement or Emergency Service teams contact Cst. Kent Westrom at 306-694-7679

Battle of the Badges
LETR Torch Run 2016

News

Media Release

On 2016 May 2nd, approximately 1900 hours Moose Jaw Police Service received a complaint regarding an assault that just took place in the 1000 block Ominica Street East. During the course of the investigation it was learned that two males attended to the victim’s residence and attempted to break in to the residence by kicking in the front door. The victim ran out the back door and was chased down by the two males and assaulted. One of the males took out a knife and pointed it at the complainant. The victim and the suspects were known to each other.

Police attended to a residence nearby to apprehend the two males. One male young offender was taken into custody immediately. The other male young offender ran out the back door of the residence when police arrived. A K-9 officer was on scene and immediately started to track. The K-9 officer and patrol members tracked the young offender to a shed nearby that he had broken into and apprehended the suspect.

One male young offender is charged with Breach of Probation, Break and Enter with Intent and Assault with a Weapon. The male will be released by a Justice of the Peace to appear in court at a later date.

The other male young offender is charged with Breach of Probation x3, Breach of Undertaking x2, Break and Enter x2, Assault with a Weapon and Resist Arrest. The young offender will be held for court.

Moose Jaw Police continue to investigate.


On 2016 May 3rd, approximately 0248 hours, Moose Jaw Police Service received a 9-1-1 call regarding a Break and Enter that just occurred at the Shell Gas Station on Main Street. A male had smashed in the front door, stealing some items and fleeing in a vehicle.

Police attended to the area and stopped the suspect in a vehicle. A 20 year old Moose Jaw male was taken into custody for Break and Enter. The accused will be released by a Justice of the Peace and will appear in court at a later date.

Moose Jaw Police continue to investigate.

Published May 3, 2016

Moose Jaw Police Service

May 2-3, 2016

0700 hours – 0700 hours

Number of Calls for Service: 60

 

0929 hours – 0 blk Ross St W – Intoxicated person – Subject was transported to hospital by EMS after being found running naked in the area.  He was suffering from a drug overdose.

 

1037 hours – 400 blk Ominica St W – Break & Enter – Home was entered while occupants were on vacation.  A computer, a monitor, coins, and a watch were taken.  File remains under investigation.

 

1115 hours – 0 blk Wood Lily Dr – Towed Vehicle – An vehicle was towed for being parked on the street unregistered.

 

1215  hours – 100 blk Athabasca St E – Break & Enter – A basement suite was entered.  Damage caused is estimated at $400.  The file remains under investigation.

 

1341 hours – 1st Ave NW at Saskatchewan St W – Erratic driving – File remains under investigation to speak with the owner of the vehicle.

 

1600 hours – 1000 blk Ominica St E – Break & Enter – Residence was entered through a basement window and items stolen.  File is still under investigation.

 

1518 hours – 1200 blk Carleton St – Mischief – Complainant’s vehicle was egged and had shaving cream put on it.  File is still under investigation.

 

1710 hours – Main St N at Cordova St – Motor vehicle collision – A minor 2-vehicle collision caused approximately $1500 damage.  There were no injuries.  The incident needed to be reported as there was an out-of-province plated vehicle involved.

 

1736 hours – River St W at Main St N – Theft Under – Cash was stolen from the complainant’s purse.  The file is under investigation pending review of video surveillance.

 

1808 hours – 100 blk High St W – Theft Under – File remains under investigation after a report of the theft of prescription medication.

 

1822 hours – 1600 blk General Cr – Dispute – Complainant was provided with options regarding a custody dispute.

 

1858 hours – 1000 blk Ominica St E – Break & Enter, Assault – One youth was released on conditions and a second is being held for court today after two people attempted to break into a home.  The suspects then chased and assaulted the occupant of the house when he got scared and ran out the back door. 

1901 hours – Lillooet St W at 12th Ave SW – Erratic Driver – After numerous reports of a vehicle being driven in an erratic manner on South Hill, the driver was located and issued three Summary Offense Tickets.  His vehicle was seized for a three-day impound.

 

1931 hours – 0 blk Thatcher Dr E – Attempted Shoplifting – Subject attempted to steal items from a local business and fled when approached by a Loss Prevention Officer.  The product was recovered.  File is under investigation.

 

0007 hours – 800 blk 6th Ave NW – Dispute – Police mediated a dispute between two adults.  One was arrested on outstanding warrants and brought to police cells to be released in the morning for a later court date.

 

0053 hours – Athabasca St E at 8th Ave NE – Erratic Driving – File remains under investigation after a report of an erratic driver.

 

0125 hours, 0128 hours, 0354 hours – Downtown area – Fire calls – Fire and police responded to three calls of garbage bin fires.  Files remain under investigation.

 

0248 hours – 900 blk Main St N – Break & Enter – An adult male will be release later today on charges after police attended to a break and enter that had just occurred.  The suspect was located a short distance away and brought to cells.

 

0500 hours – The Avenues - Assist Street Cleaning – Nine tickets were issued to vehicles parked on streets that were posted “No parking” due to street cleaning. 

 

911 Calls – 9

Assist EMS – 2

Assist other government agency – 3