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March 20, 2013

Marion County Sheriff's Report

March 13

In the past 24 hours, the office received 81 calls and ten 911 calls.

In the past 24 hours, deputies responded to 21 calls for service, including, but not limited to, four paper services, one suspicious vehicle, one debris in the roadway, four vehicle unlocks, one livestock call, one follow up, one transport, two civil calls, one message delivered, one motorist assist, three extra patrols and one other call for service.

The jail is currently holding 40 subjects. In the past 24 hours, no one was booked into the jail.

March 14

In the past 24 hours, the office fielded 80 calls and eight 911 calls.

In the past 24 hours, deputies responded to 21 calls for service, including, but not limited to, eight extra patrols, one violation of a no contact order, two motorist assists, one transport, two accidents, two reckless drivers, one paper service, three suspicious vehicles, one follow up, one parking complaint, one burglary report and two other calls for service.

The jail is currently holding 39 subjects. In the past 24 hours, one subject was booked into the jail. Joseph Edward Howie was served arrest warrants.

March 15

In the past 24 hours, the office fielded 86 calls and eleven 911 calls.

In the past 24 hours, deputies responded to 22 calls for service, including, but not limited to, five extra patrols, one burglary, one accident, two dogs, five attempts at paper service, one return phone call, one assault, one juvenile, one theft, one motorist assist, one follow-up, one suspicious vehicle and one other call for service.

The jail is currently holding 35 subjects. In the past 24 hours, two people were booked into the jail. Kaden Troy Johnson was served an arrest warrant and charged with driving while suspended; Tyler James Ryerson was served a warrant.

March 16

In the past 24 hours, the office fielded 86 calls and eighteen 911 calls.

In the past 24 hours, deputies responded to 31 calls for service, including, but not limited to, one suspicious vehicle, one suspicious person, nine extra patrols, one fire, five motorist assists, one welfare check, two return phone calls, one report of livestock on the roadway, seven attempts at paper service, one animal, one accident and one other call for service.

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