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St. Robert Police Department report for Aug. 24 to 30, 2009
SAINT ROBERT, Mo. (Sept. 2, 2009) — St. Robert Police Chief Curtis Curenton has released the following activity report for his department for the week of Aug. 24 to 30, 2009.

During this period, officers responded to 216 calls for service resulting in 43 incident reports and 13 accident reports being generated and 27 subjects being arrested. Officers responded to seven motorist assist calls, 14 accident calls, seven intoxicated subject calls, eight business alarm calls, one residential alarm call, three 911 hangup calls, one abandoned vehicle call, six calls to assist other agencies, one animal welfare call, one burglary call, three careless and imprudent driving calls, four disturbance calls, one domestic violence call, two escort calls, two fight calls, one fire call, two harassment calls, one littering call, one lost property call, three noise complaint calls, one offense against the family call, one property damage call, one robbery call, one shoplifting call, two stealing calls, three subject stops, two suspicious person calls, two suspicious vehicle calls, one taxicab violation call, one trespassing call, two unwanted person calls, nine vehicle check calls, six well-being checks and 21 miscellaneous calls.

During the period, 95 traffic stops were made resulting in the issuance of 43 warnings, 38 uniform traffic tickets, release of five drivers with no action taken and nine arrests.

Those arrests were two for driving while intoxicated, one each for driving with a revoked license and for a narcotics violation, and five for driving with a suspended license.

One checkpoint was also conducted during this time period with the statistics included above.

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