Lee County Sheriff’s Office Releases May Report

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office released their monthly report detailing their activities for May. There were a total of 5,006 calls received by the Lee County Dispatch office with 933 resulting in a deputy being dispatched. 498 calls were dispatched to the Fire Warden, Conservation Officer, VDOT, Juvenile Services, Social Services, Animal Control, Virginia State Police and the Towns of Jonesville and Pennington Gap Police Departments. Other emergency services were contacted with 296 rescue squad calls dispatched along with 4 ambulance calls and 62 additional calls requiring fire department dispatch. Deputies were busy serving 112 felony and misdemeanor warrants, 136 subpoenas, 15 show cause summons and 173 civil papers for the Lee County Courts. Deputies also served 79 protective orders along with processing 59 people on 112 charges. There was also 1 executed search warrants last month. Doing all this work required deputies to travel almost 54,000 miles with just under 1400 miles on transports moving 1 juvenile, 2 mental health patients and 2 prisoners from other jurisdictions.  Along with this public service, the Lee County Sheriff’s Department escorted 15 funerals and unlocked 56 vehicles for citizens. In other news, TRIAD, Law enforcement and Seniors Together will meet on June the 16th at Cumberland Bowl Park.  The meeting will be held at the first pavilion and lunch will be provided.  For more information call Amy at 346-3490

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