Sheriff announces June 2017 statistics – News – MPNnow

Sheriff Philip Povero reported the following statistics in June 2017 from divisions of the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office.

The 911 Center processed 14,017 events: 7,040 events for OCSO and New York State Police, 1,122 calls for emergency medical services, 414 calls for fire departments, 3,227 events for Canandaigua Police Department and 2,214 events for Geneva PD.

Deputies responded to 334 car crashes: 56 crashes with injury, 154 property damage only crashes, 78 car-deer crashes, six vehicles in ditches, 10 rollover crashes and 30 hit and runs.

The K-9 unit reported 33 calls for service, including drug searches, tracks, presentations to the public and assists to other agencies.

Sheriff’s deputies assigned to Eastview Mall responded to 144 calls for service and reported 17 arrests for various offenses at the mall. The 17 arrests included four felony and 13 misdemeanor charges.

Sheriff’s investigators continue to process pistol permit applications. Povero said 295 pistol permit investigations have been completed this year. There have been 169 male and 126 female applicants.

The crime scene unit collected and processed 138 items of evidence from 69 cases.

The warrant division received 50 new warrants and closed out 47 warrants, resulting in a 94 percent clearance rate.

Special traffic enforcement patrols worked in the towns of Geneva and Victor. In Geneva, 20 tickets were written, including 15 for speeding. In Victor, 22 traffic tickets were issued, including 20 for speeding. Those speeding tickets included six for speed in a work zone on County Road 9 in Victor.

Ontario County Jail admitted 164 inmates, including 114 men and 50 women. It processed 49 people before releasing them for further court action. Correction officers logged 7,361 miles on transports.

Marine patrols removed 11 navigation hazards, including logs and parts of trees, from Canandaigua Lake. It assisted seven disabled boaters.

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