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Columbia Police Activity Report March 2005

Columbia Police Chief Mark D. Harris has released the Columbia Police Department's Activity Report for March 2005.

The report includes the following broad statistics:
  • 568 Calls for service
  • 16 Motorist assist
  • 79 Vehicle lockouts
  • 33 Escorts
  • 01 Injury accidents

The report includes the following alphabetical citation totals :
  • Alcohol intoxication in a public place, 1st and 2nd offenses: 3
  • Burglary, 2nd degree, no forced entry, residence: 1
  • Careless driving: 1
  • Carrying a concealed deadly weapon: 1
  • Criminal Mischief 1st: 1
  • Criminal Mischief 3rd degree: 1
  • Disorderly conduct: 1
  • Disregarding stop sign: 1
  • Driving on DUI suspended license, 1st offense: 2
  • Failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation: 1
  • Failure to or improper signal: 2
  • Failure to produce insurance card: 4
  • Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle: 2Failure to wear seat belts: 2
  • Fleeing or evading police, 2nd: 1
  • Improper start from parked position: 1
  • Involuntary hospitalization of mentally ill, 60-360 days: 2
  • License to be in possession: 1
  • No insurance, 1st offense: 5
  • No lights on bicycle: 1
  • No motorcycle operators license: 1
  • No/expired registration plates: 2
  • Non-payment of fines: 1
  • Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of intoxicating beverage .08: 1
  • Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of intoxicating beverage: 2
  • Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of alcohol .08: 1st offense:1
  • Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of alcohol .08: 3rd offense: 1
  • Operating on suspended/revoked operators license: 2
  • Possession cont. substance not in original container, 1st offense: 1
  • Prescription cont. substance not in original container, 1st offense: 1
  • Public intoxication controlled substance (excludes alcohol): 1
  • Rear license not illuminated: 1
  • Resisting arrest: 1
  • Speeding 16 miles over limit: 1
  • Speeding 19 miles over limit: 2
  • Terroristic threatening: 1
  • Theft by deception, including cold checks: 2
  • Theft by unlawful taking/disp-from auto: 1
  • TOTAL CITATIONS: 57


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