WEEKLY POLICE BLOTTER – August 15th, 2016 – August 21st, 2016

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 TOWN OF DUCK POLICE DEPARTMENT

1259 DUCK ROAD ● DUCK, NORTH CAROLINA 27949

(252) 261-1112 ● FAX (252) 261-2108

policeinfo@townofduck.com

 

Weekly Police Blotter

August 15th – August 21st, 2016

Total Calls for Service: 267

 

TRAFFIC

Officers issued 23 traffic enforcement actions.

 

PROPERTY CHECKS

131 Business checks were made.

7 Extra Patrol Checks were made at the request of the property owner.

 

INCIDENTS OF INTEREST

  • Damage to Property (107 Gannet Lane)

Damage to property and vandalism were reported on Friday, August 19th and Saturday, August 20th. In the initial report, 3 windows were broken from the inside and the letters FV were spray painted on the window in the northwest side of the house. A second report taken on Saturday, indicated the individuals returned to the house and glued the power cords to the floor, threw plumbers glue on the inside of the windows, and hammered nails in the interior flooring. The investigation is ongoing and there are no suspects at this time.

 

  • Damage to Property/Larceny (1251 Ships Watch)

Someone broke the fiberglass flag pole located at the beach access and stole the American flag attached to the pole.

 

  • Schedule Violation (Plover Drive Beach Access)

Officer Rigler located 6 individuals with alcohol and marijuana in the area of the Plover Beach access. All individuals were underage. All substances were seized and destroyed. No charges given due to an exigent call for backup from Officer Edwards due to a domestic dispute that was escalating on Plover Drive.

 

  • 101 Plover Drive

Domestic situation with an intoxicated male. Both parties indicating physical violence against the other but no visible signs of injury. Parties were separated and officers assisted the male with getting a hotel room and a cab to the hotel for the night.

 

  • ABC Violations

Officer Edwards was directing traffic for the concert on the green when a car came up to the stop with pedestrians crossing and slammed on the brakes to avoid hitting the pedestrians and the Officer. Edwards requested the subject to pull over and found the driver intoxicated but under the legal limit for an arrest with intoxicated passengers under the age of 21. Citations were issued to the underage persons and a sober adult was asked to come drive them.