Polk sheriff weekly report

Published 6:58pm Thursday, August 30, 2012

During the week from Wednesday, Aug. 22 through Tuesday, Aug. 28, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office made nine arrests and issued 27 citations.
Arrests included one for driving while impaired, two for assault, and one for drug paraphernalia. Warrants issued included one for contempt of court, one for child support and one fugitive and one failure to appear. The sheriff’s office also handled one order for arrest.
Officers issued two citations for driving while license revoked, two for expired registration, four for seatbelt violations, six for infractions, two for no operator’s license, one for an inspection violation, one for open container of alcohol and nine for speeding.
The sheriff’s office also served 15 civil papers; took 16 incident reports; conducted 292 church checks, 155 residential checks and 495 business checks and patrolled 5,587 miles.
– information submitted by chief deputy Andy Greenway

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