0126 hrs- Dispute- Between neighbours, mediated.

He said this journey began for him when he came forward about the missing exhibits in 2010. Police received a report of a possible impaired driver around 10:37 p.m.,… Central Collegiate Reports Another Student Tests Positive for COVID-19 Yes, on Thursday, the Augusta Invitational... City of Saskatoon postpones election until Friday, Jamie Nye: Ready to settle in for a tradition unlike any other. 1341 hrs – Motor Vehicle Accident – 2 vehicle, no injuries, 1 ticket issued. Read more: Officers visited the … 2015, criticized a teen girl and dismissed an assault complaint. 1754 hrs – Motor Vehicle Accident – 2 vehicle, still under investigation, charges pending, approximately $2500 damage. They are also asking people to be cognizant of traffic conditions as the weather deteriorates and to travel only if necessary. The Moose Jaw Police Service is committed to the strategy of community policing through problem solving whereby the community and the Police Service, in partnership, establish and deliver service priorities, preventative programs, and victim support services. The 33-year-old suspect, whose name hasn’t been released by police, was found at a residence in the 400 block of Ominica Street East after barricading himself in the home. 1024 hrs – Assist Sick Person – subject was taken to transition house. “These are an examination of my decisions, my actions. Murdock, a 30-year veteran of the force, was fired in … 2003, there were memos of a reported assault on a communications officer, and Murdock was provided advice on future conduct but there was no discipline. 1652 hrs – Mischief – adult subject charged. 0937 hours – Dog Barking – Owner warned of bylaw. On Oct. 16, private indoor gatherings were limited to a maximum of 15 people in homes or other buildings located on private property. Murdock was reprimanded, put under supervision, and given additional training and counselling. 1501 hours – Alarm Call – Business alarm, police responded but cancelled by Alarm Company. Murdock was provided advice into future conduct, but no other discipline was taken. Officers were called to a home on Friday night to enforce the public health order. Please see our Commenting Policy for more. No one knows where the phone is and there is no record of the phone. Moose Jaw Police are warning citizens of an unconfirmed cougar sighting. Bourassa did an investigation to see if Murdock was involved in drug trafficking, but couldn’t find any evidence of that.

Murray Rice, who spoke about his experience at the board meeting on Tuesday. 1024 hrs – Assist Sick Person – subject was taken to transition house. Bourassa said it appeared in the report that Murdock had lied to investigators on several occasions. This is going to provide for you my timeline of how I came to the knowledge of a lot of these instances.”. The chief had arranged 43 witnesses for the hearing. The complaint of the missing files was brought forward by Const. Bourassa said he could not comment on why it took so long to dismiss Murdock as he couldn’t speak to the actions of other administrations. Bourassa quoted one of the texts from Murdock saying “I look forward to that compliment in-person.”. Moose Jaw police have charged a 33-year-old man with second-degree murder after a man died from stab wounds.Police say they were called to the zero block of Stadacona Street West at about 3:20 p.m. CST Wednesday after a report of an assault.Officers and EMS found Shaun Holmes, 33, who had been stabbed Approx. 2015 hours – Threats – Subject to be charged with assault, threats and breach of conditions. 2126 hrs – Dispute – mediated, adult male asked to leave. Do you wear a Poppy. 0712 hrs – Found Property – turned in at station, owner informed for pick-up. “These are four people that were just living their lives, hadn’t done anything wrong, and because one person within our police service chose to either not do their job or made a decision that was inappropriate or didn’t do an investigation as thorough, or as properly as they should have, these people sort of suffered for that.”. 1313 hours – Theft – Wallet was stolen. Moose Jaw police are asking people to avoid the area of Sunningdale Park and Rotary Cove Trail after an unconfirmed sighting of a cougar was reported. 1308 hours – Dog Barking – Dogs barking non-stop related to previous complaint, homeowner to be charged. The sighting was said to be in the area of Sunningdale Park/Rotary Cove Trail located east of Sunningdale School. Moose Jaw police chief Rick Bourassa speaks at the city's Board of Police Commissioners meeting on Oct. 20, 2020 in Moose Jaw, Sask. 1237 hours – Dog Barking – Constant dog barking in area that has been ongoing issue. ... Police said in a news … 1433 hours – MVA – Two vehicles involved, two vehicles tow, no injuries, approximately $40,000 damage, 1 person charged. 1998, he was off-duty and driving when another driver gave him the finger. 1647 hrs – Parking Bylaw – tires marked, police will re attend in 48 hrs. 1849 hours – Dispute – Situation was mediated. 2126 hrs – Dispute – mediated, adult male asked to leave. Bourassa outlined what went into his decision, including misconducts that date back to when Murdock was first installed as an officer in 1989. 1999, while on-duty with a police vehicle, a man yells from the sidewalk an insult towards Murdock. MOOSE JAW — Despite using the better part of two hours to trace former cop Alan Murdock’s litany of alleged misdeeds and abuses of public trust, Moose Jaw police chief Rick Bourassa deferred on reporters’ questions if he wants to see a public inquiry into Murdock’s behaviour.

They were detained by customs and asked if they had any issues with the police. 1006 hours – Unwanted Guest – Person bothering customers in business, subject advised of trespassing and sent on his way. SUI to receive video footage. 2019, in a routine audit of exhibits, two videos with child pornography were in Murdock’s possession and are missing. 1937 hrs – Unwanted Guest – Adult male removed from the property. 1647 hrs – Parking Bylaw – tires marked, police will re attend in 48 hrs. When Murdock returned to duty in uniform, he abused his authority to address this personal matter. 1754 hrs – Motor Vehicle Accident – 2 vehicle, still under investigation, charges pending, approximately $2500 damage. “As a member of the board and member of City Council at that time, 2010, I’d just like to apologize that we did not have the proper administration in place that would take your concerns seriously or do what needed to be done. Three other police services had also been engaged in helping with the investigations. They are asking for people to avoid the area as it will take some time to get the highway back to safe condition. 911 Calls – 4Warrants Executed – 10ASD Demand – 1, Copyright © 2013-2020 Moose Jaw Police Service. 2019, Murdock stored illicit drugs and ceased alcohol in his house, and neighbourhood children had taken them. In 2012 or 2013, he asked RCMP officer Sgt. 1337 hours – Unwanted Guest – Subject in business scaring customers, subject was arrested. 0126 hrs- Dispute- Between neighbours, mediated. 911 Calls – 4Warrants Executed – 10ASD Demand – 1, Copyright © 2013-2020 Moose Jaw Police Service. 2050 hours – Dog Barking – Dog has been barking all day, homeowner warned. Moose Jaw and area officially under blizzard warning 0. 2018, dismissed a sexual assault complaint from a teen girl and lied in the report. Moose Jaw Police Service says officers were called for a report of an assault in the 0 block of Stadacona Street West at about 3:20 p.m. Police and EMS attended and found a … The Moose Jaw Police Service is committed to the strategy of community policing through problem solving whereby the community and the Police Service, in partnership, establish and deliver service priorities, preventative programs, and victim support services. 1346 hrs – Fraud – telephone scam, police advised victim. 0839 hours – Disturbance – Subjects found to be having an argument, warned subjects told to keep it down. © 2020 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc. Moose Jaw police are investigating after a 33-year-old man was stabbed and killed Wednesday afternoon. Trump’s election night party becomes latest White House coronavirus cluster, U.S. election crimes official quits after AG Barr authorizes voter fraud probes, Alek Minassian pleads not criminally responsible for Toronto van attack that left 10 dead, 16 injured, B.C. Moose Jaw police chief Rick Bourassa is promising transparency surrounding the allegations he made against Alan Murdock, despite the fact the fired officer has withdrawn the appeal of his dismissal.

Audience Relations, CBC P.O. The Moose Jaw Police Service is investigating the murder of a 33-year-old man — the city’s first murder of 2020. Bourassa has also referred information to the Ministry of Justice and the attorney-general as the Police Act states the chief must refer the matter if he believes there have been criminal offences. They were allowed to proceed as the warrant was in Saskatchewan and, as they would learn, the warrant was issued in Moose Jaw. Read more: The person responsible for the gathering was fined for failing to comply with the order.

After a few years without any incidents, Bourassa began to receive reports of misconduct and began ordering investigations and retaining legal counsel. 2024 hours – Fire Call – Grass fire, fire department attended and put out fire. An investigation was also ordered in 2012 because Murdock had a large number of photo exhibits stored on his home computer. 0339 hours – Unwanted Guest – Subject won’t leave after being released.

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