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Community Police Academy Media Release

The Moose Jaw Police Service would like to announce that they will be hosting a Community Police Academy.   The next Class begins October 19th, 2016 and runs for six weeks. Classes are on Wednesday nights from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. The program includes a ride-along component.

Any citizen of Moose Jaw aged 18 or older interested in experiencing the many aspects of Policing are encouraged to apply.  Applicants must have no criminal record/charges before the courts.

Applications are available on our website, or may be picked up between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Main Floor of the Moose Jaw Police Service, 21 Fairford St. W.

Space is limited and applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.  Applications must be dropped off in person at the Moose Jaw Police Service - applicants must bring 2 pieces of standard Identification, one which includes a photo.

For more information contact:

Cpl. Kevin Pilsworth 
Moose Jaw Police Service, main floor
KPilsworth@mjpolice.ca   or   (306)631-9121

Media Release

UPDATE:

On 2016 September 20 Moose Jaw Police Service arrested 31 year old Kody Enman and have charged him with Robbery and Breach of court order in relation to this robbery.

Enman was also charged with Robbery and Breach of court order in relation to a robbery which occurred to Westmount Big Way Foods which occurred on 2016 September 17. Enman has appeared in court and is remanded in custody until his next court appearance on Monday, 2016 September 26.

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 On 2016 September 8 at approximately 12:34 am, a lone male entered Mac’s Convenience Store located at 526 9th Avenue South West, produced a knife and demanded money. The male left with a small amount of money and some merchandise.

 Police along with the K9 unit immediately attended the area and searched for the male without success.

 Follow up investigation is being done by the detective unit.

 No one was hurt during the incident.


Over the past several months the Moose Jaw Police Service has been investigating several Indecent Acts that have occurred throughout the city.  Through police investigation, the Moose Jaw Police Service have charged a 23 year-old male with 7 counts of Indecent Acts dating from 2014 until 2016.

 The male that has been arrested and charged was a suspect in two incidents that occurred at the Moose Jaw Public Library. Additionally, this male was approaching females and getting their attention while in a vehicle and exposing himself to them when they would approach the vehicle to speak with him.

 The male has been charged and released with strict conditions and is to appear in Provincial court on November 14, 2016. 

 Anyone who has more information or wishes to speak with the police regarding similar events are asked to contact police.

 ** Previous media release in regards to this investigation below:

On August 15, 2015 at approximately 4:40 pm.an unknown male performed an indecent act while at the Public Library. This male is described as Caucasian approximately 20-25 years old, 5’8 in height and an average build. He has dark brown hair and dark thin rimmed glasses. This person was wearing a black t-shirt with a Nintendo graphic on the front, black shorts with a plaid pattern, and black shoes.

 ** Previous media release in regards to this investigation below:

 On 2015 October 29, at approximately 3:30pm, a male in a grey Pontiac G5 was parked on the side of the road in the 500 block Athabasca Street East when he asked two females for directions.  The females approached the vehicle and noticed that the male had exposed himself.  The two females walked home and notified a parent who then called the police.

 The male is described as being Caucasian, in his twenties or early thirties, average build, with a moustache, goatee, dark brown curly hair, and wearing wire-framed prescription glasses.  He was dressed in camouflage or a similar type patterned hoody in green, grey and brown.  The vehicle is described as being a grey Pontiac G6.  No license plate number was obtained.

 


As part of our commitment to Traffic Safety, Moose Jaw Police Service will be hosting a Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (S.T.E.P.) Enforcement Blitz on September 14 &15, 2016 in the Moose Jaw area.

S.T.E.P. is a multi-agency task force focused on strategies to improve traffic safety in the Province of Saskatchewan.  Members include representatives from Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Sask. Municipal Police agencies, Sask. Highways & Infrastructure (Highway Transport Patrol),Sask. Justice Ministry of Finance, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Police, and RCMP from across the province.

A two day initiative will consist of a large scale enforcement blitz that will take place in varied locations around Moose Jaw.  Officers will setup in various locations to identify traffic violations and take enforcement action.  Some targeted offences include speeding, seatbelt use, cellular phone use, unlicensed drivers and commercial vehicle enforcement.  As usual, criminal offences such as drinking and driving will be high on the priority list of enforcement.


At 2017 hours FIRE, EMS and Police attended to a motor vehicle collision in the 100 block of Fairford St W.

 A westbound vehicle being driven at a high rate of speed drove over the raised median into oncoming traffic and collided with several parked cars on the south side of the street.

 In all 6 vehicles were damaged, 5 of which had to be towed from the scene. Damage is estimated at over one hundred thousand dollars.

 A 30 year old male from Moose Jaw was arrested on scene and has been charged with Impaired Driving and Driving over .08

 The male has been released from custody and will appear in Provincial Court at a later date.  The male’s driver’s license has been suspended indefinitely and his vehicle impounded for 30 days.


At 1254 hours, EMS, Police and Fire attended to a vehicle vs pedestrian accident at the intersection of 1st Ave NW at Fairford St W.  A female pedestrian was walking eastbound in the crosswalk at Fairford St W when a westbound truck making a left hand turn, failed to yield and struck the pedestrian.

 EMS transported the pedestrian to hospital for precautionary measures.  Female suffered bruising and some sorness.

 Driver of the truck was charged with failing to yield to pedestrian at intersection.

Published Sep 27, 2016

Moose Jaw Police Service

2016 September 26 to 2016 September 27

0700 hours to 0700 hours

Total calls – 38

0730 hours – 900 Block 9th Ave SW – Missing Person – Moose Jaw Police Service received request to assist in locating a 12 year old female who left the residence sometime overnight.

 

0830 hours – 500 Block Thatcher Dr E – Hit and Run – Hit and run to vehicle, damage estimated at $2,500 damage, red paint transfer left behind, still under investigation.

 

0959 hours – 0 Block High St W – Theft – Still under investigation.

 

1042 hours - 1100 Block Coteau St W – Mischief – Sometime overnight someone scratched or keyed vehicle, damage estimated at $3,000, still under investigation.

 

1048 hours – 700 Block 6th Ave NW – Sometime Thursday evening passenger side mirror smashed off vehicle, damage estimated at $250, still under investigation.

 

1053 hours – 600 Block Thatcher Dr E – Sometime within the past 3 weeks and unplated red Ford F150 was stolen, still under investigation.

 

1107 hours – 0 Block High St W – Theft – still under investigation.

 

1201 hours – 0 Block Thorn Cr – Theft – Unlocked vehicle entered and some cash was taken, reported for information purposes.

 

1229 hours – 800 Block Coteau St W – Assault – Still under investigation.

 

1522 hours – 4th Ave Bridge – Mischief – Garbage thrown out of car, still under investigation to speak to the owner of the car.

 

1536 hours – 5th Ave NW at MacDonald St – Unknown person entered unlocked vehicle, put car in neutral and pushed the car into a tree, still under investigation

 

1715 hours – 100 Block 1st Ave NW – Hit & Run – Hit and run to vehicle, damage estimated at $500, still under investigation.

 

1746 hours – 600 Block 2nd Ave NE – Unwanted Guest – Report of an unwanted guest, subject gone upon police arrival.

 

1824 hours – 1100 Block 6th Ave – Theft – Possible theft of cell phone, still under investigation.

 

1853 hours – 400 Block Trinity Lane – Provided options to complainant on how to deal with a civil matter.

 

2022 hours – 1100 Block Grafton Ave – Dispute – Dispute between two parties carried over onto Facebook, both parties advised to stop all contact. Situation mediated.

 

2102 hours – 1100 Block Main St N – Dispute – Dispute between two parties over property, spoke to both parties involved, situation mediated.

 

2309 hours – 1000 Block Iroquois St W – Noise Bylaw – Subject outside grinding metal and disturbing neighbours, subject spoken to and warned under the noise bylaw.

 

2355 hours – 500 Block Hochelaga St E –Unwanted Guest – Subject wouldn’t leave complainants property. Police assisted in finding a place to stay for the night.

 

911 Calls – 3

Alarm Calls - 1