SENECA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
MONTHLY SNAPSHOT FOR DECEMBER 2022
Total Calls For Service: 2424
Total Arrests: 53
D.H.S. Fraud Cases: 13; Yearly Total Cost Recouped: $139,099.18
Mental Health Calls: 12
Total new drug cases: 8
Total arrests: 3
Average Number of Inmates: 30
Total Summons/Complaints/Services: 25
Total Income Executions: 13
Total Evictions: 6
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH:
December 3rd, 2022: Deputies conducted the annual “Shop With a Sheriff” program and took 10 children Christmas shopping.
December 16th 2022: Deputies responded with firefighters to a truck fire on Waterloo. The fire caused about $50,000 in damages and was determined to be accidental.
December 30th, 2022: Investigators responded to a burglary at a Waterloo business. After investigation, stolen property was recovered and 2 suspects were charged.
December 30th, 2022: Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in Waterloo that allegedly turned physical. A suspect was charged for harassment and criminal mischief.
December 2022: Mental Health Workers and Corrections Officers conducted the Sheriff’s Christmas Angel program. Presents were obtained and delivered to 16 children who had a parent in jail. The presents were sent in the name of the eligible parent.
December 2022: The high price of eggs is not a problem at the jail. Inmates are raising egg-laying chickens producing about 50 eggs per week that are used in preparing meals for the inmates.
Sheriff W. Timothy Luce
Undersheriff John Cleere