Sheriff’s Office road patrol responded to 38 motor vehicle accidents in August

Posted 10 September 2018 at 9:25 am

Local law enforcement also did active shooter drill at Kendall

Provided photo: Deputy Torry Tooley, left, and other law enforcement officers did an active shooter drill at Kendall Central School last month.

Press Release, Sheriff Randy Bower

ALBION – In the month of August, the Orleans County Sheriff’s Office 911 Dispatch Center processed 2191 police incidents, including 839 events for Sheriff’s Road Patrol, 189 for the New York State Police and 1,163 calls for the village police agencies of Lyndonville, Medina, Albion and Holley.

There were 584 Fire/EMS related calls dispatched countywide with 367 of those emergency medical in nature as well as six for drug overdoses.

The Sheriff’s Office road patrol deputies handled 38 automobile accidents, including 13 with injury and 9 car-deer collisions. Road patrol also made 62 service attempts and served 30 subpoenas, civil or court papers.

The Marine Patrol handled 29 calls for service including boaters in distress, reckless operation, and marine vessel inspections on Lake Ontario, Lake Alice, as well as the Erie Canal and Glenwood Lake.

In addition, deputies and members of local law enforcement agencies participated in an “active shooter” drill at Kendall schools along with Kendall Fire Department, Monroe Ambulance and Orleans County Emergency Management.

The Orleans County Jail processed in 84 inmates with 4 incarcerated females boarded for other jurisdictions.

The Sheriff’s Animal Control Division handled 153 incidents including 38 stray dogs, 7 dog bite complaints, 17 neighbor dog problems, 1 domestic animal struck by a vehicle, and several other miscellaneous animal calls. In addition, 24 animals were taken in at the shelter on voluntary surrenders.

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