Marshall County Sheriff’s Matt Hassel released the September Sheriff’s Department and Jail report on Tuesday.
The top ten offenses for being booked into the county jail last month were number 10 Resisting Law Enforcement with 6 incidents. Disorderly Conduct came in at number 9 with 6 offenses. Number 8 was Driving While Suspended with 7 and that was tied with Domestic Battery which came in at 7th on the list. Operator Never Licensed was 6th on the list with 9 cases and Possession of Paraphernalia was 5th with 10 offenses. Number 4 was Possession of Marijuana with 10 instances and Possession of Methamphetamine was 3rd with 13 cases. Failure to Appear was second on the list with 18 arrests and Operating While Intoxicated was first with 22 cases.
There was a total of 126 inmates booked into the County Jail in September with 128 being male and 25 being females. Argos Police made 2 arrests, Bourbon Police 3, Bremen Police had 6 arrests, ISP Troopers made 9 arrests, Community Corrections had 4 arrests, Plymouth Police Officers arrested 35 people, and officers with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department arrested a total of 64 people in September.
The average daily population in September was 157. On October 2nd when the Jail Report was prepared there were 153 inmates in the jail with 1 serving time on civil charges, 3 serving time for misdemeanor charges, and 53 inmates serving felony time. The jail also had 81 inmates who were pre-trial, 11 awaiting arraignments, and 5 being held for another agency.
The jail population six months ago was 129.1 and one year ago it was 47.9.
County Police Officers responded to 61 accidents in September with 56 being property damage, 4 involving personal injuries and there was 1 fatal accident.
County Police officers wrote 81 case reports, issued 123 citations or warnings, and responded to 1,133 calls for service.
There are a total of 1,329 warrants currently available for service.
The Marshall County Central Dispatch Center answered 3,207 administrative calls in September and 1,426 calls to 911. 98.32% of the 911 calls were answered in 10 seconds or less.