North Collins police issue November activity
NORTH COLLINS — In November 2018, the North Collins Police Officers were on duty for 131 hours.
Police responded to 52 various requests which included some traffic stops. Of these there was one larceny complaint, one motor vehicle accident, one court appearance ticket served, two reports of low or burning wires, one alarm, one animal complaint, four assists to EMS, two funeral details, one community policing detail and four court details.
Regular property checks were conducted of schools, businesses, public property, all town parks and vacant properties. Regular curfew checks were conducted. Traffic control details were conducted at the conclusion of Church Masses in the village and in Langford.
In total North Collins Police issued 26 traffic tickets in November including 11 for speeding. Speeds in village ranged from 47-61 MPH in a 35 MPH zone; the average being 51 MPH. In addition to these, nine tickets were issued for cell phone violations, one was for a stop sign violation, one for a red light violation, one for an expired inspection, one for an expired registration, one for a fractured windshield, one for crossing a solid double-yellow line and one for failure to signal a right turn.