GENESEO – The Geneseo Police Department released the following activity report to local media.
Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian said that the activity reports are intended to give local residents a direct glimpse into the day-to-day activities of the Geneseo Police Department.
“We want residents to know what our officers are doing in their community,” said Osganian. “These days, we think it’s important that people get to see what the police do in local neighborhoods besides investigating crimes and making arrests, from getting dogs out of hot cars at Walmart to responding to medical emergencies with EMS to visiting someone’s house because they think something doesn’t feel right.”
On Feb. 26, GPD responded to the Fox Run Apartments for a neighbor issue, harassment complaint.
On Feb. 26, GPD responded to the Brookside Apartments for a medical issue.
On Feb. 26, GPD stopped a vehicle on East South Street and the driver was charged with DWI and possession of prescription pills.
On Feb. 28, GPD stopped a vehicle on Elm Street and the operator was charged with driving with a suspended license.
During the month of February, GPD served 23 subpoenas for the Livingston County District Attorney’s Office.
On March 1, GPD responded to Seneca Ave for a medical issue.
On March 1, GPD received a report of fraudulent activity on a resident’s bank account.
On March 1, GPD responded to Wal-Mart for a check the welfare complaint.
On March 1, GPD responded to Orchard Street to assist the Fire Department was a CO2 detector going off.
On March 1, GPD assisted numerous motorists due to the heavy snow.
On March 1, GPD responded to Lakeville Road for a motor vehicle accident.
On March1, GPD found drug paraphernalia on the sidewalk of North Street.
On March 1, GPD responded to Wal-Mart for a fraudulent use of a credit card, that was used in the store.