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Sheriff: Over 1,200 calls for service in month of May

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports a steady month in his May service report, which was released on Monday. Highlighting the month was an off-duty deputy saving the life of at least one individual, who was drowning in Seneca Lake. There were three individuals involved with that incident. They all made a full-recovery.

LAW ENFORCEMENT:

Total Calls For Service: 1,212
Total Arrests: 55

NARCOTICS:

Total New Cases: 8
Total Arrests: 14



CORRECTIONS:

Average Number of Inmates: 74
Monthly Total Made for Boarding In: $39,704.28; Yearly Total: $143,033.22

CIVIL:

Total Summons/Complaints/Services: 54
Total Income Executions: 12
Total Evictions: 3

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH:

May 10th, 2018: Deputies responded to a Domestic Violence Incident in the Town of Tyre and discovered a Marijuana Grow Operation set up in a child’s bedroom. Arrests were made.

May 15th, 2018: NARCO arrested a suspect for trafficking crack cocaine in the Town of Waterloo.

May 18th 2018: Deputies responded to a Domestic Violence Incident in the Town of Tyre. A male suspect had kicked a car seat over with an infant in it. He was apprehended without incident.

May 19th 2018: A boat accident on Seneca Lake resulted in three people in 48 degree water. An off-duty Deputy saved one subject’s life with CPR. With the help of civilians all three subjects were saved.

May 21st, 2018: Investigations solved a Grand Larceny of trees in the Town of Fayette.

May 26th, 2018: A subject failed to stop for a traffic stop and crashed on Marshall Road in the Town of Fayette. The driver was killed in the crash. Alcohol is alleged to be a factor.

May 29th 2018: Deputies responded to a Domestic Violence Incident in the Town of Romulus. A female had been beaten, bitten and restrained. The suspect was apprehended without incident.

May 2018: Investigators arrested 2 subjects for Welfare Fraud.

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