In the month of October, law enforcement in Cape Charles responded to a total of 157 calls for service within the town, indicating a significant level of activity. Additionally, officers assisted outside of the area, responding to four calls for service in neighboring locations.
The statistics, released by the Cape Charles Police, detailed a range of law enforcement activities. There were a total of 2 felony arrests and 5 misdemeanor arrests made during the month. Officers issued 20 traffic summonses, demonstrating a firm stance on maintaining road safety.
The report noted more interactions with golf carts, revealing 7 incidents where law enforcement engaged with individuals involving golf carts. Parking tickets amounted to 28.
The CCPD conducted 59 building checks throughout the month. Additionally, the report showcased their collaborative efforts with other law enforcement agencies. Cape Charles Police assisted the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office on two occasions and also supported the Virginia State Police on two separate incidents.
The CCPD engaged in foot patrol for a total of 33 hours and dedicated 20 hours specifically to Bay Creek patrol, ensuring a visible presence in these areas.
Regarding arrests, the report detailed specific charges, including those related to a drunken brawl. There were (2) arrests for embezzlement and capias, while (2) individuals were arrested for assault by mob. Additionally, there were (3) arrests for being drunk in public.