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St. Robert Police Department report for Sept. 14 to 20, 2009
SAINT ROBERT, Mo. (Sept. 22, 2009) — St. Robert Police Chief Curtis Curenton has released the following activity report for his department for the week of Sept. 14 to 20, 2009.

During this period, officers responded to 210 calls for service resulting in 36 incident reports and nine accident reports being generated and nine subjects being arrested. Officers responded to two motorist assist calls, 11 accident calls, three intoxicated subject calls, two business alarm calls, two residential alarm calls, two 911 disconnect calls, three calls to assist other agencies, two animal welfare calls, one assault call, two burglary calls, one careless and imprudent driving call, six disturbance calls, four escort calls, two fire calls, one fight call, one found property call, one offense against the family call, one robbery call, two shoplifting calls, seven stealing calls, three traffic hazard calls, two suspicious person calls, one suspicious vehicle call, one unsecured business call, two unwanted person calls, seven vehicle check calls, two well-being checks and 23 miscellaneous calls.

During the period, 113 traffic stops were made resulting in the issuance of 57 warnings, 44 uniform traffic tickets, release of eight drivers with no action taken and four arrests.

Those arrests were one for driving while intoxicated and three for driving with a suspended license.

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