Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Releases November Statistics | News

LYONS – The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the following for November:

• Forty-one men and seven women were held in the county jail. There were 67 inmate transports and 5,165 meals served. Inmates worked 1,248 hours of prison labor, including laundry, cleaning of facilities, and food service. The jail took on eight inmates from Seneca County, one from Ontario County, one from Cayuga County, as well as 18 parole offenders.

• Court security officers authorized 1,630 people entering the Lyon courthouse using the magnetometer, securing 29 weapons and 21 contraband items in a manner similar to TSA airport security.

• MPs patrolled 100,468 miles, responding to 142 motor vehicle crashes that left six people injured but no fatalities. Officers handled three missing persons cases, 22 animal complaints, 847 miscellaneous complaints, five major crimes, 297 minor crimes and nine fire investigations. There were 1,741 complaints in total for the month, with MPs issuing 132 tickets and making three arrests for DWI. There were 109 arrests for felonies, misdemeanors and violations, and 11 arrests for mental disorder.

• The Civil Office processed 82 legal documents and 93 family court orders, processed five evictions, received over $ 133,000 and paid over $ 132,000 to creditors.

• In addition to the three DWI arrests by deputy sheriffs, state police made five DWI arrests in the county.

• The sergeant. Joseph Hendler completed the Taser Instructor Certification Course at Schenectady.

• New Sheriff Rob Milby said people can search for “Wayne County NY Sheriff” to download a mobile app available for free from the iTunes and Google Play (Android) app stores. He helps county residents get information from the sheriff’s office, including alerts, news, and resources.

• People who see suspicious activity are asked to call 911.

• Milby said people can visit WCSO’s social media sites, including Facebook (“Wayne County Sheriff’s Office”) and Twitter (@WayneCoSheriff), as well as waynecosheriff.org. Milby added that social media is used to let residents know about events and arrests that would be leaked to the media, but is more timely to keep people in the know. Social media sites are not used as an official communication tool.

Address your concerns and inquiries to Milby at (315) 946-5799 or [email protected] Or send them a question or concern by mail to Sheriff Robert Milby, 7376 Route 31, Suite 100, Lyons, NY 14489.