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February 5, 2014

Police department releases quarterly report

CLAREMORE — The Claremore 911 system received a total of 1,169 calls during the period of Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, 2013, according to Police Chief Stan Brown.

The quarterly 911 report was submitted for approabel Monday night to the Claremore City Council.

“This is an increase of 55 calls, or .05 percent, received during this same time period in 2012,” Brown said in his report.

It also included monthly statistics from the Claremore Police Department for the same time period.

In October, the department issued 247 citations and 176 warnings. Calls for service numbered 2,352. There were 77 adults and five juveniles arrested.

Total accidents numbered 53: zero fatality, 10 injury and 43 non-injury. Twenty-seven municipal warrants were issued for a total of $6,871.

For the month of November, there were 215 citations and 233 warnings issued. A total of 2,206 calls for service were made. Sixty-one adults and five juveniles were arrested.

Accidents numbered 46: zero fatality, 7 injury and 39 non-injury.

Sixty-six municipal warrants were issued for a total of $18,009.75.

In December, officers issued 96 citations and 122 warnings. Calls for service totaled 2,012. Fifty adults and one juvenile were arrested.

There were 39 accidents: zero fatality, 12 injury and 27 non-injury.

Municipal warrants numbered 48 for a total of $11,616.25.

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