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Waynesville Police Department report for May 24 to May 30, 2010
Waynesville Police Department report for May 24 to May 30, 2010
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. (June 1, 2010) — Waynesville Police Chief Bob Carter has released his weekly tracking report of incidents from Monday, May 24, to Sunday, May 30.

Waynesville officers made a total of 13 calls for service resulting in nine arrests.

Those arrests were three for outstanding warrants, two for domestic incidents, two for possession of marijuana, and two for driving while intoxicated.

Waynesville officers made a total of 170 traffic stops resulting in 149 citations and 56 warnings. This reporting period included the state-funded Click it or Ticket campaign.

Those citations included two for driving while intoxicated, two for careless and imprudent driving, two for dangerous and reckless driving, three for no valid driver’s license, two for driving with a revoked driver’s license, three for driving with a suspended driver’s license, one for failure to drive on the right half of the roadway, one for improper passing, one for failure to signal, 11 for window tint darker than allowed by law, six for failure to use seat belt, 12 for failure to obey a stop sign, 18 for improper vehicle registration, 22 for no proof of insurance, 60 for speeding, one for improper lange changing, one for noise due to inadequate equipment and two for possession of marijuana.

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