Moore County Sheriff’s Office released their 2017 Annual Report.
During the year of 2017, Patrol Deputies averaged eleven minutes and fourteen seconds while responding to 36,092 calls for service. They served 3,959 civil and 1,317 criminal papers; which included 144 domestic violence orders, made 929 arrests, conducted 10,258 business checks and transported 156 mental patients.
Deputies issued 1,642 traffic citations: 15 citations for Driving While Impaired, 158 citations for driving with a revoked license and 681 for speeding in excess of 15 miles per hour over the posted speed limit.
Volunteers contributed approximately 2500 hours for the year.
Sheriff’s Response Team conducted a total of 395 traffic stops and 143 checking stations resulting in 357 citations, 29 misdemeanor and 22 felony drug charges. They conducted a total of 713 sex offender checks resulting in nine registration violations, executed 22 search warrants and made 71 arrests. They also conducted/participated in a total 10 North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program events throughout the county.
Animal Services admitted 1117 dogs and 990 cats, returned 149 animals to their owners, facilitated the adoption of 765 dogs and 555 cats and conducted 470 field and 1043 shelter rabies vaccinations. Deputies investigated 130 animal bites and responded to 1770 stray-animal calls.
Detectives arrested 432 suspects totaling 769 felony and 190 misdemeanor charges, opened 1058 investigations and recovered $866,820.76 in stolen property.
Arrests included: two for Murder, two for rape, 11 for Robbery, three for Sexual Assault, six for Arson, 29 for Child Abuse, 21 for weapons violations, two for the Exploitation of the Elderly, one for resisting arrest, three for Assault with a Deadly Weapon, 78 for Fraud, 17 on drug violations 235 for Breaking and or Entering/Larceny, one for Statutory Rape, three for the Sexual Exploitation of the Minor, two for Harboring a Fugitive, two for Assault by Strangulation, one for Passing Contraband to an Inmate and 29 for miscellaneous Misdemeanor charges.
The Narcotics Division opened 329 investigations and arrested 247 suspects on a total of 952 drug and alcohol violations; 32 suspects were arrested for Doctor Shopping/Prescription Fraud.
Narcotic Deputies seized: 4,371 grams of Marijuana and 227 Marijuana plants, 1,767 grams of Methamphetamine, 1,058 dosage units of prescription pills, 1,890 grams of Cocaine, 238 dosage units of Crack-Cocaine, 31 units of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) butter, 404 units of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) cookie dough, nine units of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) wax, 566 bindles of Heroin, 35 cans of alcohol, 20 grams of MDMA (methylenedioxy-methamphetamine/ Ecstasy/Molly), 628 dosage units of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide), seized 32 firearms and $175,507.00 in US currency; the estimated street value of all drugs seized was approximately $2,205,850.00.
Additionally, Deputies conducted 927 ABC store security checks, 141 ABC premise-outlets, inspected and visited 1,348 additional ABC premise-outlets.
Sheriff’s Office conducted 713 sex offender checks monitoring a total of 128 Moore County registered sex offenders.
In 2017 we issued 2276 pistol purchase permits, totaling 7,745 Moore County citizens with conceal-to-carry permits.
Booked for year 2017: 3,562
Total Non-Commits Processed 2017: 614
Inmate Releases for year 2017: 3,575
Safe keepers/ Mental Health 2017: 7
TOTAL NUMBER PROCESSED: 4,176
TOTAL REFUSED PENDING MEDICAL CLEARANCE: 13
AVERAGE DAILY POPULATION MEN: 145
AVERAGE DAILY POPULATION WOMEN: 29
Total Meals Served 181,664
Criminal and Civil Papers
Criminal Papers 346
Civil Papers 17
Out of County Transports 562
Medical Transports 62
Total Transports 624
INMATE WORK CREW
Road Miles Worked 502.8
Bags of Litter Collected 5,658
Hours Assisting Maintenance / Jail 4,046
Hours Assisting Animal Services 1,392
MILES DRIVEN BY JAIL STAFF
TOTAL MILES DRIVEN 96,536