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Waynesville Police Department report for May 3 to May 9, 2010
Waynesville Police Department report for May 3 to May 9, 2010
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. (May 10, 2010) — Waynesville Police Chief Bob Carter has released the following weekly tracking report of incidents from Monday, May 3, to Sunday, May 9:

Waynesville officers made a total of 26 calls for service resulting in 10 arrests.

Those calls included five traffic crashes, three domestic incidents, one assault, one case of four individuals fighting, one disturbance of the peace, two property damage incidents, two thefts, two petty larceny cases involving shoplifting,two dog calls, four requests for a drug detection dog, all of which were positive, and three minors in possession of alcohol.

Waynesville officers made a total of 85 traffic stops resulting in 66 citations and 52 warnings.

Those citations included two for driving while intoxicated, 27 for speeding, 13 for no valid proof of insurance, one for improper vehicle registration, three for driving with a suspended driver’s license, one for driving with a revoked driver’s license, one for no valid driver’s license, one for failure to yield, two for failure to obey a traffic signal, one for window tint darker than allowed by law, two for following too closely, eight for improper vehicle equipment, two for being minors in possession of alcohol, one felony drug arrest and one misdemeanor drug arrest.

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