LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MARCH 2021 REPORT

THE LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PUBLISHED ITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR MARCH 2021 LISTING OVER 5,000 TOTAL CALLS RECEIVED AT THE DISPATCH OFFICE. OF THE 5044 TOTAL CALLS RECEIVED, 851 OF THESE CALLS RESULTED IN A DEPUTY BEING DISPATCHED. OTHER DOCUMENTED CALLS INCLUDE:

494 CALLS DISPATCHED TO THE FIRE WARDEN, CONSERVATION OFFICER, VDOT, JUVENILE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, ANIMAL CONTROL, VIRGINIA STATE POLICE AND THE TOWNS OF PENNINGTON GAP AND JONESVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENTS.

THERE WERE ALSO 29 RESCUE SQUAD CALLS PLUS 10 AMBULANCE CALLS DISPATCHED AS WELL AS 74 FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLS DISPATCHED.

ALONG WITH EXECUTING 3 SEARCH WARRANTS, LEE COUNTY DEPUTIES SERVED 107 FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR WARRANTS, 100 SUBPOENAS, 33 SHOW CAUSE SUMMONS AND 205 CIVIL PAPERS FOR THE COURTS. DEPUTIES ALSO PROCESSED 51 PEOPLE ON 107 CHARGES, SERVED 79 PROTECTIVE ORDERS AND TRANSPORTED 4 PROSONERS FROM OTHER JURISDICTIONS.

THE LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES ALSO ESCORTED 14 FUNERALS AND UNLOCKED 42 VEHICLES FOR THE CITIZENS OF LEE COUNTY. WHILE DOING ALL OF THIS WORK, DEPUTIES TRAVELED A TOTAL OF 58,509 MILES WITH A LITTLE OVER 1400 BEING ON TRANSPORTS.

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