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2012-07-26

Law West & East of Privilege Creek

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Ann Nonymus, who usually writes this column, is out of town today, so the Courier will simply presents the stats from the Bandera County Sheriff's Office this week.

Activity # Dispatched #Self-initiated/
Out of vehicle
Accident major 3
Accident minor 3
Alarm- resident 3
Alarm- business 2
Alarm 8
Driving while intox 1
Public intox 1
Disturbance 3
Domestic dispute 5
Loud noise/party 3
Harassment 1 1
Burglary 1
Theft 3 1
Criminal Trespass 1 1
Criminal Mischief 1
Animal call 2
Loose livestock 6
Dog/Cat bite 1
Dog/Cat call 6
Shots fired 2
Assault 1
Sexual Assault 1
Welfare concern 3 1
Unauth. Use moto 2
Property 3
Activity # Dispatched #Self-initiated/
Out of vehicle
Civil matter 7 1
Civil process 17
Pedestrian 3
Extra patrol 86
Structure fire 1
Hazard 2
Assist the public 2 4
Assist other agency 9 6
Suspicious person 4
Suspicious vehicle 6 1
Suspicious circum 8
Information 20
Traffic offense 46
Reckless Driving 13 3
Drug Offense 1
Bar Checks 4
Warrant 1
Follow up report 7 6
Out of vehicle 29
Out of County 3

The jail housed 58 inmates this week, including sixe from Gillespie County, two from Kendall County, 12 from Medina County and five from Real County.

There were 81 incident reports from dispatch; 32 self-initiated/out-of-vehicle. Three adults and two juveniles were arrested through dispatch, and four adults arrested self-initiated.