Polk sheriff’s weekly report

Published 7:00pm Thursday, September 20, 2012

During the week of Sept. 12 through Sept. 18, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office answered 352 calls for service.
Officers made eight arrests, including one for larceny of a motorcycle, one on statutory rape charges, one on identity theft charges, one for failure to comply, one on larceny charges, one on charges of possession of stolen property, one for obtaining property by false pretense and one on forgery charges.
Citations included one for infraction, 12 speeding and one expired registration.
Officers also served 14 civil papers; took five incident reports; completed 243 church checks, 560 business checks and 59 residential checks and patrolled 5,366 miles.
– information submitted by chief deputy Andy Greenway

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