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Shavano Park Police Respond to Various Calls During the Week of January 11-17, 2024

Shavano Park Police Department was active in handling multiple calls for service from January 11 to 17, 2024. The following is a summary of the incidents:

  • Total Calls for Service: 56
  • Average Police Response Time: Approximately 2 minutes 45 seconds

Breakdown of Calls:

  • Alarm Calls: 6
  • Animal Call: 1
  • Assist Fire/EMS: 16
  • City Ordinance Violations: 14
  • Impounded Vehicles: 2
  • Information Reports: 4
  • Motor Vehicle Crash (Minor): 2
  • Suspicious Activity, Circumstances, Persons, Vehicles: 3
  • Traffic Hazard: 1
  • Aggravated Robbery: 1
  • Disorderly Conduct: 1
  • DWI (Driving While Intoxicated): 1
  • Failure to Identify: 1
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia: 1
  • Warrant Arrest: 2

Warrant Arrest - Forgery of Commercial Instrument/Check: On Friday, January 12th, officers conducted a warrant arrest in the 100 block of Westmill Drive. A female suspect from a fraud case in September 2023 was positively identified, leading to a felony arrest warrant. The suspect surrendered peacefully and confessed to the charges.

Driving While Intoxicated: On Sunday, January 13th, an officer responded to a vehicle off the road in the 200 block of Cliffside. The intoxicated driver refused a breath test, leading to a blood test warrant. The driver was taken into custody for the criminal offense.

Aggravated Robbery - Carjackings Investigation: On Sunday, January 14th, a Shavano Park officer assisted in a carjackings investigation initiated by SAPD. The officer located a stolen vehicle and, upon arrival, was flagged down by a victim of armed carjacking. The suspects fled, and SAPD later recovered the stolen vehicle along with additional property and firearms. The four suspects remain at large.

Disorderly Conduct (Fighting): On Sunday, January 14th, officers responded to a fight at a business in the 16800 block of NW Military. The incident involved the theft of a phone, leading to a fight between two male subjects. Both were detained and cited for disorderly conduct.

Warrant Arrest/Failure to Identify/Possession Drug Paraphernalia: On Tuesday, January 16th, an officer conducted a traffic stop for an expired registration. The driver failed to provide identification, initially providing false information. The driver was found to have active warrants and drug paraphernalia, leading to arrest.

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