Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce releases monthly snapshot of activity


Total Calls For Service: 1149
Total Arrests: 40


Total new drug cases: 5
Total arrests: 7


Average Number of Inmates: 78
Monthly Total Made for Boarding In: $42,635.46 Yearly Total: $448,538.24


Total Summons/Complaints/Services: 52
Total Income Executions: 28
Total Evictions: 4


September 1st: Tragedy struck on Seneca Lake when an adult male drowned and went missing. A two day operation with the Sheriff’s Office, Fire Services and several police agencies resulted in the recovery of the missing victim.

September 6th: The School Resource Officer Program started at Romulus Central School. Romulus was the last school district in our county lacking a SRO.

September 14th: Road Patrol seized heroin and arrested three subjects on a traffic stop in Waterloo.

September 16th: The Narco Unit took down a heroin dealer and seized 158 bags of heroin as well as cocaine and narcotic pills. The heroin and cocaine were pre-packaged for sale in Seneca County.

September 17th: The Sheriff’s Office held its first Open House in over 20 years.

September 20th: A Domestic Violence Incident developed into a Stand Off in Border City involving young children an illegal knife and a replica pistol. The situation was resolved with no injury to anyone.

September 28th: Investigators solved a grand larceny case totaling over $13,000 at Waterloo Premium Outlets in the Town of Junius.

In September Officers completed training in Disability Awareness and Elder Abuse.

Sheriff W. Timothy Luce
Undersheriff John Cleere

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