McCaysville Police Department year end activity report

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McCaysville, Ga. – McCaysville Chief of Police Michael Earley gave the year-end stats for his department’s activity, as well as the latest update for the month of December 2020, at the city’s January 2021 monthly meeting.

The City of McCaysville Police Department had a busy year in 2020 with the following duties being carried out:

  • 149 Arrest Warrants
  • 897 Dispatched Calls from 911 Center
  • 178 Citations 
  • 678 Warning Citations
  • 430 Walk-In Reports
  • 84 Arrests made
  • 83 Investigator Call Outs
  • 2463 Phone Calls to the Office
  • 67 Traffic Violations
  • 1 Runaway Juvenile
  • 17 Alcohol Related Incidents
  • 2 False Statement Incidents
  • 6 Obstruction of Police Officers
  • 4 Death Investigations
  • 5 Shoplifting Cases
  • 5 Firearm Cases
  • 9 Thefts
  • 4 Terroristic Threats/Acts
  • 2 Forgery Cases
  • 17 Disorderly Conduct
  • 2 Fraud Cases
  • 5 Harassing Phone Call Cases
  • 5 Juvenile Cases
  • 1 Disorderly House
  • 1 Illegal Dumping
  • 3 Drug Related Object
  • 1 Psychological Call
  • 30  Drug Related (where drugs were found on person)
  • 17 Civil Standbys (officers present during removal of property due to divorce, eviction…)
  • 1 Conspiracy to Commit a Crime
  • 2 Businesses Break Ins
  • 5 Aggravated Assaults with a Deadly Weapon (a weapon was drawn)
  • 8 Warrant Service Call Outs
  • 11 Battery Reports
  • 4 Retrieval of Items (lost or stolen property)
  • 2 Suicides
  • 1 Reckless Conduct
  • 1 Animal Call
  • 5 Cruelty to Children
  • 1 Stalking
  • 1 Interference with Government Property
  • 4 Burglaries
  • 11 Criminal Trespass
  • 5 Damage to Property Reports

 

Monthly Report for December 2020

  • 65 Dispatched Calls
  • 33 Traffic Stops
  • 5 Citations
  • 25 Warnings
  • 32 Walk-Ins
  • 3 Arrests
  • 2 CID Calls
  • 10 Warrants
  • 194 Phone Calls

Earley also referenced that the department was off to an interesting start in 2021 with the recent theft of a Fannin County school bus.

“We had a school bus stolen here in the city,” Earley stated, “Thank God we got that recovered before he got too far down the road.” 

Earley acknowledged the help of other law enforcement agencies in apprehending the individual responsible for the bus theft, in particular Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.

The individual arrested, David York, has been charged with three felonies and one misdemeanor. Other charges are still pending.

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