Polk sheriff’s weekly report

Published 7:28pm Thursday, September 13, 2012

During the week of Sept. 5 through Sept. 11, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office answered 334 service calls.
Officers made 10 total arrests, including two for larceny, one for injury to real property, one for breaking and entering, one for burglary, one for larceny from a motor vehicle and one for communicating threats. Officers also arrested one person on a felony larceny warrant, one on a larceny of a motor vehicle warrant and one on a warrant for failure to appear.
Citations included one for expired registration, one for speeding, two infractions and one for possession of an open container of alcohol in the passenger area of a motor vehicle.
Officers also served nine civil papers, took 12 incident reports, patrolled 5,981 miles and conducted 287 church checks, 112 residential checks and 581 business checks.
– information submitted by chief deputy Andy Greenway

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