Weekly Blotter | Oct. 16 – Oct. 22

Town of Duck Police Department

1259 Duck Road • Post Office Box 8369
Duck, North Carolina 27949

PHONE (252) 261-1112

FAX (252) 261-2108

Jeffrey E. Ackerman, Chief of Police

Weekly Police Report
October 16, 2023 – October 22, 2023
Calls for Service: 200


  • Officers issued 12 traffic enforcement actions during the week. 


  • 117 business checks were made. 1 unsecured door was found.
  • 2 extra patrols were requested by out-of-town property owners this week.      


  • Damage to Property (Station Bay Drive)

On October 17, 2023, officers were dispatched to this location after furniture and floors were found damaged, and a television and lamp were stolen.  The victim chose to pursue their case through the Civil Court rather than pressing criminal charges against the suspect.

  • Suspicious Vehicle (Canvasback Drive)

On October 18, 2023, officers received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the residence. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the vehicle in question.

  • Trespassing (Thrush Court)

On October 20, 2023, officers were dispatched to this location after two suspects were seen driving up to the complainant’s property on a golf cart and walking into the swimming pool area. The suspects proceeded to walk up a set of stairs leading into the house when they were scared off by a Ring Camera.  The complainant contacted police several hours after the incident and asked that the house be checked. Officers found the house to be secure, but they were unable to locate the suspects in the area.


  • No traffic crashes reported this week.

WEEKLY TRAFFIC VOLUME (As determined by ALPR Detections)

ALPR Camera10-16-2310-17-2310-18-2310-19-2310-20-2310-21-2310-22-23
Northbound: Duck Into Corolla3007297031113198332529312124
Southbound: Currituck Into Duck2921291328622982304531452775
Northbound: SS Into Duck5278536754225688588449603867
Southbound: Duck Into SS4900485446624945503748634596
Total Detections16106161041605716813172911589913362
  • 56% of the vehicles that entered Duck passed through to Currituck County last week.