Crime Statistics - November 2018


November 2018 Statistics

November 2018 statistics compared to November 2017 statistics show a ten percent decrease in “Calls for Service” and a 13 percent increase in traffic accidents.

What are “Calls for Service?” This is ANY incident or concern in which you may call us for when you are in need of assistance.

Traffic contacts had a 5 percent decrease compared to the month of November last year. We issued 282 citations and 598 warnings. (On some contacts more than one warning or citation is issued.) These numbers reflect our interest to educate and remind people of what their responsibilities are on the roadway and to make our community a safer place to drive, bike and walk.

“Part One Crimes” for the month of November 2018 compared to the month of November 2017 stayed the same with no Homicides, no Sexual Assaults, no Motor Vehicle Thefts, no Aggravated Assaults, no Burglaries and no Arson. Thefts decreased from six (6) to five (5.)

Part One Crimes are essential quality of life crimes that have adverse effect on the community. These crimes are the most serious offenses against the community. These crimes are based on what “city crime rates” reflect, based on population.

We contribute many of these low numbers regarding serious crime to YOU, the community. Your aggressive style, awareness and willingness to get involved, help us deter crime.

When you see something suspicious, YOU call us, and we appreciate it. We have your back, and we know you have ours.

ESME-LEONARD, SAMANTHA - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED

DECEMBER 10, 2018

WALKER, SHAWN - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED

DECEMBER 9, 2018

VINSON, ANDRE - WARRANT (HCSO) for DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED

DECEMBER 8, 2018

LARES, CHRISTIAN - POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE and RESISTING ARREST

DECEMBER 4, 2018

KYLES, DERRICK - POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

DECEMBER 4, 2018

WRIGHT, KENDRIN - POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

DECEMBER 4, 2018

GONZALEZ-SPARKS, JASON - POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

DECEMBER 1, 2018

SHAVER, JUSTIN - ASSAULT

NOVEMBER 22, 2018

SELFRIDGE, JAN - PUBLIC INTOXICATION

NOVEMBER 20, 2018

BONNER, SCOTT - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED

NOVEMBER 19, 2018

MANUEL, JOSEPH - PUBLIC INTOXICATION

NOVEMBER 18, 2018

BUSH, JONATHAN - POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

NOVEMBER 16, 2018

MANNING, SAMUEL - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2ND)

NOVEMBER 15, 2018

PREJEAN, ANTHONY - POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

NOVEMBER 12, 2018

MANNING, DESRICK - ASSAULT

NOVEMBER 12, 2018

MARON, ADRIAN - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED

NOVEMBER 12, 2018

KRUEGER, JAMES - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (WITH MINOR IN CAR)

NOVEMBER 10, 2018

LOPEZ,JEREMIAS - POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

NOVEMBER 9, 2018

October 2018 Statistics



October 2018 statistics compared to October 2017 statistics show a six percent decrease in “Calls for Service” and a 60 percent decrease in traffic accidents.

What are “Calls for Service?” This is ANY incident or concern in which you may call us for when you are in need of assistance.

Traffic "contacts" had a 17 percent decrease compared to the month of October last year. We issued 267 citations and 569 warnings. (On some contacts more than one warning or citation is issued.) These numbers reflect our interest to educate and remind people of what their responsibilities are on the roadway and to make our community a safer place to drive, bike and walk.

“Part One Crimes” for the month of October 2018 compared to the month of October 2017 stayed the same with no Homicides, no Sexual Assaults, no Motor Vehicle Thefts, no Aggravated Assaults, and no Arson. Burglaries increased to three (homes under construction) and we had one Robbery which was cleared as unfounded. Thefts increased from four (4) to nine (9.)

Part One Crimes are essential quality of life crimes that have adverse effect on the community. These crimes are the most serious offenses against the community. These crimes are based on what “city crime rates” reflect, based on population.

We contribute many of these low numbers regarding serious crime to YOU, the community. Your aggressive style, awareness and willingness to get involved, help us deter crime.

When you see something suspicious, YOU call us, and we appreciate it. We have your back, and we know you have ours.