MONTHLY SNAPSHOT: Luce gives January update on Seneca Co. Sheriff’s Dept.

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reported the following activity during the month of January. Over 1,300 calls for service were received by the department, which included a number of new drug cases.


Total Calls For Service: 1363
Total Arrests: 32


Total new drug cases: 7
Total arrests: 4 (+ 12 assisting other agencies)


Average Number of Inmates: 65
Monthly Total Made for Boarding In: $38,172.82; Yearly Total: $38,172.82


Total Summons/Complaints/Services: 65
Total Income Executions: 16
Total Evictions: 4


January 11th 2017: The Sheriff’s Office received a certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for the Department’s work with the Hillside Children’s Center in Varick.

January 19th, 2017: The Narco Unit, working with the Waterloo Police Department, arrested a man for selling and possessing heroin in Waterloo.

January 24th, 2017: The Sheriff’s Office hosted Aquatic Death Investigation training. Over 60 officers from all over New York State attended.

January 24th 2017: Road Patrol responded to a suicidal subject with a loaded gun. A young child was present at the scene. A Uniform Deputy Sheriff talked the subject into surrendering and took him into custody without incident

January 2017: The Narco Unit assisted Wayne County with an investigation and search warrant involving a Day Care selling Heroin in the Town of Arcadia. Two persons were arrested on 9 charges.

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