Here are some statistical highlights from the annual report of the Genesee County Sheriff's Office for 2014:
There were 28,518 total calls for service.
Jail Bureau: Total bookings, 1,200. Highest single day population, 57; lowest, 54; average female population (housed at other facilities) 16.6; total meals served 75,987; inmate food expenses, $124,279.30; inmate medical expenses, $221,114.58.
Civil Bureau: Subpoenas served, 560; family court summons, 1,220; evictions, 123
Road Patrol: Training hours, 5,346
Warrant Activity: 345 cleared; 11 out-of-state warrant arrests
Safe Child IDs processed: 267
DWI arrests: 165; 58 were between midnight and 3 a.m.; 50 were on Saturdays, 40 on Sundays; 128 arrestees were male; 80 were age 21 to 35; nine were underage, including two under age 18; 35 were with a BAC of .18 or higher; 32 were felony DWI; 17 were ability impaired by drugs; 17 refused breath test; there was one BAC at least .31.
There were five fatal accidents in 2014.
There were 206 personal injury accidents handled by the Sheriff's Office, 475 property damage accidents and eight involving pedestrians or bicyclists. Of the accidents, 114 were hit-and-run.
There were 579 motor-vehicle accidents involving animals.
Fifty-three of the accidents reported involved alcohol, and of the accidents, 560 resulted in arrests.
Of the fatal accidents, only one involved alcohol.
There were 321 citations issued involving vehicle inspection or insurance violations.
Total equipment violations: 364
License and registration: 717
There were 857 citations issued for moving violations. Of those, 258 for disobeying traffic control device, 92 for failure to keep right, 42 for driving left of pavement markings, 89 for moving from lane unsafely, 61 for following too closely, and 94 for failure to stop for stop sign.
In all, 947 speeders were cited.
There were 403 total alcohol-related violations.
The total number of seat belt violations, 194, with 18 related to improper restraints for a child.
The total DWI arrests included 37 felony arrests and 122 misdemeanor arrests.
On the criminal front, there were 180 felony charges against arrestees, 503 misdemeanors and 1,036 violations.
Charges included 152 for burglary, 102 for criminal mischief, 103 for grand larceny, 137 for harassment, 319 for larceny, 343 for liquor law violations, 138 for unlawful possession of marijuana.
The office took 182 non-criminal reports, 437 domestic incident reports and 86 mental health complaints.