Each month, City of Eddyville department heads submit a report detailing activities from the previous month.
At this month's Eddyville City Council meeting, the following November reports were submitted:
• Former Eddyville Police Chief Shane Allison reports 10 cases for the month, including one missing person report, a second-degree assault, four thefts under $500 and two over $500, a criminal mischief incident and one false report. Only seven cases were reported for the 11th month of 2018. Jamie Green, who began her position as interim police chief Dec. 1, presented the report to council members.
• Seven arrests were made, including two for DUI and one juvenile. The same number of arrests were made in November of last year.
• The department worked six motor vehicle accidents, one with injuries reported.
• There were four narcotics officer cases worked last month, two of which involved trafficking in methamphetamine.
• Police made 85 calls for service, including 19 to assist other agencies.
- Twenty citations or warnings were written compared with 36 in November 2018.
• Fire Chief Josh Schenk reports 10 calls responded to in November, including one for mutual aid to Kuttawa Fire Department.
• Two runs last month were for brush fires. The department responded to three vehicle accidents and one automobile fire.