Monthly Report – June 2002
Evans Police Dispatchers took 2,341 complaints for the month of June 2002.
The Evans Police Patrol Division handled complaints including:
- Thirteen prisoners were held in the Town of Evans Police Lockup in June 2002.
- Ninety-six Police Reports were filed and thirty-four accidents were reported to the State of New York as reportable accidents under the Vehicle and Traffic Law.
- Evans Police Officers issued 251 simplified traffic informations in June of 2002 including:
|Required MV Equipment||12|
|Vehicle Registration Violations||5|
- The Detective Bureau investigated a two-vehicle collision at Route 5 and Delamater Road on the morning of June 26th. An 84-year-old male Derby resident was killed as a result of this collision.
- On June 26th the Detective Bureau was called to a serious physical injury auto accident involving a motorcycle and a tractor trailer on Route 20 between Cain and Brant-Angola Roads. A 44-year-old male from Angola was seriously injured. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
- Six residential home burglaries and one business burglary were investigated by the Detective Bureau in June. One of the home burglaries was ruled a hoax and closed, the others are still being actively investigated.
- Two major sex crimes were investigated by the Detective Bureau in June. A sodomy first degree and sexual abuse first degree involving a 3-year-old female is still being actively investigated. This incident allegedly occurred in April 2001. Child Protection Services and the Child Advocacy Center are assisting in this investigation. A suspect has been identified and has since moved from New York State.
- A sexual misconduct case was investigated. After an investigation that also involved the Erie County District Attorney’s Office, the case was administratively closed.
- Twenty-three people were arrested, mostly for violations of the New York State Penal Law, Alcohol Beverage Control Law and Vehicle and Traffic Law. Three people were arrested for DWI.
Twenty-six appearance tickets were issued from the Dog Control Office.