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Osceola sheriff responds to 485 calls in January

By John Raffel
Correspondent

MARION – January was an active month for local law enforcement officials.
The Osceola County sheriff’s Office took 485 calls for service for the month of January.
The corrections staff booked 71 subjects into the jail between Jan. 1-31. The average daily inmate population for January was 58 inmates.
Here’s how many calls the department had for the month per area:
911 Hang ups-6; Abandoned Vehicles-7; Alarms-11; Animal Control-7; Area Check-22; Assaults/sexual Assaults/Threats-13; Assist to Other Jurisdictions-4; Attempt to locate-6; Breaking & Entering-0; Check Wellbeing- 24; Civil- 16; Death Notification- 0; Disorderly-8; DNR-8; Domestic Assaults-10; Fail to Pay (Gas Drive Off)-1; Flee & Elude (Pursuits)-1; Follow-up investigations/Details-30; Found Property-0[ Fraud-1
Hit & Run-1; Juvenile Assaults/Runaways-15; Larceny-2; Malicious Destruction of Property-4 ;Mental Health Calls-7; Minors in Possession- 2’ Missing persons-1; Motorist Assist-21; Misc.(PPO Vio,Standby,ETC.)-34
OWI/OUID-1; Paper Service-11; Parking/Traffic Hazard-3; Personal Injury Accident-2; Property Damage Accident- 66; Property Check-0; Retail Fraud-0; Road Run-Off-12; Stolen Vehicles-4; Suspicious Situation-6.
Traffic Stops-89; Prisoner/Mental Transport-9; Trespass-1; Vehicle Inspections-2; Warrants-14; Weapon Offenses-3.

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