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St. Robert police reports, 5/16/2012

SAINT ROBERT, Mo. (May 16, 2012) — Police Chief Curtis Curenton released his call activity reports Wednesday afternoon for the five-week period running from April 9 to May 13 in St. Robert.

During the week of Monday, April 9, through Sunday, April 15, St. Robert police responded to 205 calls for service, resulting in 41 incident reports, 15 accident reports, and 14 arrests, and made 95 traffic stops resulting in 43 warnings, 39 traffic tickets, nine drivers released with no action taken, and four arrests, one for driving while intoxicated and three for driving with a suspended license.

The 205 calls for service included five stranded motorists, 16 accidents, three intoxicated subjects, one escort, one fire, seven business alarms, two residence alarms, one 911 caller disconnect, one abandoned vehicle, six assists to other agencies, two animal welfare calls, one burglary, three careless and imprudent driving calls, three disturbances, three forgeries, two found property calls, three harassment calls, one lost property call, one noise complaint, two property damage calls, four shoplifters, one stolen vehicle, eight thefts, eight subject stops, three suspicious people, three traffic hazards, one unsecured business or residence, four vehicle checks, three well-being checks, and nine miscellaneous calls.

During the week of Monday, April 16, through Sunday, April 22, St. Robert police responded to 172 calls for service, resulting in 43 incident reports, 12 accident reports, and 18 arrests, and made 56 traffic stops resulting in 34 warnings, 10 traffic tickets, eight drivers released with no action taken, and four arrests, two each for driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license.

The 172 calls for service included eight stranded motorists, 13 accidents, one intoxicated subject, two escorts, one narcotic violation, one fire, six business alarms, two residence alarms, 15 assists to other agencies, one assault, five careless and imprudent driving calls, one child abuse call, two disturbances, three domestic violence calls, one fight in progress, three forgeries, one found property call, three harassment calls, one missing person, four noise complaints, six property damage calls, two shoplifters, one stolen vehicle, one solicitation call, three thefts, one subject stop, three traffic hazards, four trespassers, nine vehicle checks, one weapon offense, nine well-being checks, and two miscellaneous calls.

During the week of Monday, April 23, through Sunday, April 29, St. Robert police responded to 168 calls for service, resulting in 38 incident reports, two accident reports, and 20 arrests, and made 61 traffic stops resulting in 30 warnings, 13 traffic tickets, 12 drivers released with no action taken, and six arrests, five for driving while intoxicated and one for driving with a suspended license.

The 168 calls for service included six stranded motorists, four accidents, one intoxicated subject, one escort, one narcotic violation, six business alarms, seven assists to other agencies, one animal welfare call, one burglary, four careless and imprudent driving calls, nine disturbances, two domestic violence calls, two harassment calls, one lost property call, one mental health call, one missing person, one shoplifter, three solicitation calls, 10 thefts, two subject stops, one taxicab violation, four traffic hazards, one trespasser, one unsecured business or residence, two unwanted people, nine vehicle checks, five well-being checks, and 12 miscellaneous calls.

During the week of Monday, April 30, through Sunday, May 6, St. Robert police responded to 192 calls for service, resulting in 47 incident reports, seven accident reports, and 27 arrests, and made 68 traffic stops resulting in 42 warnings, 13 traffic tickets, eight drivers released with no action taken, and five arrests, three for driving while intoxicated and one for a narcotic violation.

The 192 calls for service included four stranded motorists, 10 accidents, four intoxicated subjects, one escort, six narcotic violations, eight business alarms, two 911 caller disconnects, nine assists to other agencies, one assault, two animal welfare calls, two burglaries, four careless and imprudent driving calls, five disturbances, one domestic violence call, two forgeries, three found property calls, three harassment calls, one lost property call, two mental health calls, one missing person, one offense against family call, two property damage calls, one sexual offense, three solicitation calls, eight thefts, four subject stops, three suspicious people, one suspicious vehicle, two traffic hazards, one unsecured business or residence, nine vehicle checks, one weapon offense, two well-being checks, and 13 miscellaneous calls.

During the week of Monday, May 7, through Sunday, May 13, St. Robert police responded to 161 calls for service, resulting in 37 incident reports, eight accident reports, and nine arrests, and made 54 traffic stops resulting in 30 warnings, 14 traffic tickets, seven drivers released with no action taken, and three arrests, one each on a warrant from another agency, driving while intoxicated, and driving with a suspended license.

The 161 calls for service included six stranded motorists, 11 accidents, three intoxicated subjects, one escort, two fires, five business alarms, one residence alarm, two 911 caller disconnect, seven assists to other agencies, one assault, six animal welfare calls, one child abuse call, nine disturbances, one fight in progress, two forgeries, two harassment calls, one lost or stolen license plate, one lost property call, one mental health call, one noise complaint, one offense against family call, one property damage call, one shoplifter, six solicitation calls, eight thefts, two subject stops, two suspicious people, two suspicious vehicle, four traffic hazards, one trespasser, two vehicle checks, three well-being checks, and 10 miscellaneous calls.


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