Weekly Blotter May 26- June 1, 2019

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

May 26th, 2019 – June 1st, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 333

 

TRAFFIC

  • Officers issued 4 traffic enforcement actions during the week.

PROPERTY CHECKS

  • 196 business checks were made. 2 unsecured doors were found
  • 12 extra patrol checks were requested by out-of-town property owners this week.

INCIDENTS OF INTEREST

  • Trespassing (Seabreeze Drive)

Robert Hovey was arrested for second-degree trespassing and transported to the Dare County Detention Center where he was released after posting a $500.00 secured bond.

  • Suspicious Condition (Duck Road)

Officers responded for a male driving a light-colored SUV soliciting people to buy jewelry for cash. Subject left prior to an officer arriving on scene.

  • Suspicious Condition (Old Squaw Drive)

Officers responded to a call for a vehicle in the driveway with someone possibly sleeping inside. The officers found that the driver had been drinking but was not intoxicated. A small amount of marijuana was found in the car. The driver was issued a citation for possession of marijuana and released.

  • Drunk Disturbance (Duck Rd)

An officer responded to a dispute between several intoxicated males in the front bar. One of the subjects did not feel safe going back to his room without an escort. Officer Armstrong provided an escort.

  • Harassing Phone Calls (Seabreeze Drive)

A resident received harassing phone calls on her home phone. This incident stems from a private property dispute in the Sand Dollar Shores neighborhood.

  • Hit and Run / Damage to Property (Duck Road)

A light pole in front of the former PNC bank was struck by an unknown vehicle sometime after working hours on May 30th, causing the light pole to be broken at the base.

  • Domestic Dispute (Duck Road)

Officers were called to this location for a couple having an argument. Upon arrival officers spoke with the couple and discovered they had ongoing domestic related issues. The couple did not wish to pursue charges against one another and agreed to leave the parking lot and get settled at their rental property.

Traffic Crashes

  • No traffic crashes reported.