Linn County Sheriff's report, February 6
Linn County Sheriff Kevin Friend gave his weekly report to the Linn County Commission on Monday, Feb. 6. He told the commissioners that the high number of civil service papers was because the county treasurer’s office was sending out tax foreclosures. He also told the commissioners that 24 of the bailiff contacts turned into calls for service.
Here were the numbers for the week ending on Saturday, Feb. 4:
• Total prisoners at the Justice Center the past week were 48. Eight prisoners were released the past week.
• No prisoners were sent to other facilities.
• Thirty-two prisoners were from other facilities, 20 from Wyandotte Co. and 12 federal prisoners from the U.S. Marshal’s Service
• Total 911 calls were 51.
• There were 4,346 jail contacts.
• Total calls for service were 453.
• Total civil service papers served were 31.
• There were four vehicle identification number (VIN) inspection.
• Seven new cases (criminal, child in need of care, etc.) were opened.
• Six cases were closed.
• There were four vehicle crashes.
• There were 110 school resource officer (SRO) activities.
• Bailiff contacts were 157.
• Staff responded to three reports of livestock being out.