The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office responded to more than 1,240 calls for service during the month of January, according to Sheriff Tim Luce. The month was highlighted by a series of higher-profile events in the second half of January, and resulted in a total of 51 arrests.
January by the Numbers
Total Calls For Service: 1,245
Total Arrests: 51
Total new drug cases: 6
Total arrests: 3
Average Number of Inmates: 89
Monthly Total Made for Boarding In: $37,707.96; Yearly Total: $37,707.96
Total Summons/Complaints/Services: 44
Total Income Executions: 23
Total Evictions: 5
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH
January 5th, 2018: The Sheriff’s Office held their annual awards ceremony. Deputy Frank Eldredge was honored as Officer of the year. 8 Deputies earned life saving awards.
January 10th, 2018: Deputies and Investigators responded to a house fire in the Town of Junius. The house was a total loss. The cause is still under investigation.
January 18th, 2018: Deputies responded to a call of someone breaking into a residence and physically attacking a female in the Town of Waterloo–6 children under 12 were present. Upon arrival deputies found that the suspect had strangled a female to unconsciousness. The suspect , who was physically violent, was apprehended at the scene.
January 23rd, 2018: Deputies responded to a Domestic Violence Report, in progress, in the Town of Waterloo. The suspect threatened a deputy with a knife and attempted to flee. The suspect was apprehended with no injuries to anyone.
January 23rd, 2018: A suspect was arrested for impersonating a police officer in the Town of Tyre.
January, 2018: There were two arrests in the Town of Fayette for Driving under the influence of drugs.
January 2018: A T.V. antenna system was installed at the jail eliminating cable costs.