Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel released the June Jail Report which lists the top ten reasons people were lodged in the county jail.
Operating While Intoxicated was the number one reason people were booked into the jail in June with 19. Failure to Appear was number two on the list with 16 and Operator Never Licensed was third with 10 arrests. Possession of Marijuana was fourth with 8 and Possession of Paraphernalia was fifth with 8 arrests. Theft was 6th on the list with 8 while Domestic Battery was seventh with 6 arrests and Driving While Suspended was eighth with 6. Rounding out the top ten was Possession of Methamphetamine with 5 arrests and Battery was tenth with 4 arrests.
There were 120 individuals booked into the County Jail in June. Argos Police had 3 arrests, Bourbon Police 2 arrests, Bremen Police 8, Culver Police 1, Indiana State Police arrested 10 while the DNR had 1 arrest. Plymouth Police made 34 arrests, community corrections had 6 arrests last month and County Police made 55 arrests.
The average daily population in the Marshall County Jail in June was 158.
Count day was July 10th with 166 inmates. There were 142 males and 24 females. Those in the jail included 1 inmate serving time on civil charges, 4 serving time on misdemeanor charges, and 44 serving felony time. There were 92 pre-trial inmates, 14 awaiting arraignment, and 6 were being held for another agency.
Marshall County Police investigated 57 accidents in June, 38 property damage, 18 personal injuries, and 1 fatality. Officers wrote 74 warnings or citations, opened 74 case reports, and conducted 8 security checks.
The 911 and Central Dispatch Center received 4,457 calls with 3,105 being administration and 1,852 were 911 calls. 99.52% of the 911 calls were answered in 10 seconds or less.
There are also 1,345 active warrants yet to be served.