Weekly Police Blotter June 3-9, 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

June 3rd, 2019 – June 9th, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 265

 

TRAFFIC

  • Officers issued 4 traffic enforcement actions during the week.

PROPERTY CHECKS

  • 173 business checks were made. No unsecured doors were found
  • 7 extra patrol check was requested by out-of-town property owners this week.

INCIDENTS OF INTEREST

  •  Larceny of Firearm (Algonkian Ct.)

A male subject reported a pistol had been stolen after being unable to find it in his luggage when he returned home. House cleaners were unable to find it and nothing had been turned in. The firearm was entered into NCIC as stolen and a hot-file was created.

  •  Found Firearm (S Snow Geese Dr.)

After checking out a visitor called to report that she left a firearm at this rental property. Officers retrieved the firearm and are holding it for pickup by owner.

  • Suspicious Condition (Acorn Oak Ave.)

Officers were called to Acorn Oak Ave to investigate a vehicle collision involving an intoxicated driver. When officers arrived, they found a male subject had forced his way into a home after driving through the lawn and crashing into a wooded area, getting his vehicle stuck. During the investigation it was determined that the subject was having a medical emergency and EMS was called. The subject was transported to OBH via ambulance. The vehicle was removed with a wrecker and released to his roommates. Due to the medical emergency no crimes had been committed and no charges are pending.

  • Injury to Property (Tides Dr.)

Officers were called to investigate an incident regarding fraud when they found a male subject at the residence was making incoherent statements and had severely damaged the rental home by destroying several items. He was arrested and charged with injury to real and personal property.

Traffic Crashes

  • Property Damage Only (Duck Rd.)

A golf cart collided with a truck when the parking brake failed. The golf cart rolled backward approximately 50-70ft after being parked and left unattended. No injuries.

  • Property Damage Only (Duck Rd.)

A three vehicle, rear end collision occurred when a line of traffic attempted to stop for pedestrians crossing the highway. No injuries were reported, and the offending driver was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid a collision.