for Eagle Scout
voted 3-0 to urge Cincoski to pen a letter of recognition of achievement and
service for Eagle Scout Designee Logan Castro, who last year completed his
community service project: a beautification of the Vietnam War Memorial Wall
at the intersection of Ind. 49 and East Porter Ave., by the Porter EMS
Castro, who belongs
to Boy Scout Troop 908, devoted 1,200 man-hours to the landscaping,
rehabilitation, and beautification of the site.
that six applications were received for positions in the CPD Reserves,
during a two-week open window earlier this winter.
are now being reviewed, he said.
Meeting Change in
Members voted 3-0
to change the day of their March meeting from the usual second Thursday of
the month to the third, in March only.
accordingly will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 20.
January in Review
In January the CPD
responded to 1,224 calls (1,114 in December), filed 25 cases (27), filed
eight felony charges and 21 misdemeanor (12 and 17), issued 22 citations and
65 warnings (54 and 87), served one warrant (one), and investigated 41
accidents with five injuries (39 accidents with four injuries).
juvenile investigations in January was not available.
Calls for service
in January included 46 alarms (43 in December), nine animal complaints
(eight), three reports of battery (two), four burglaries (two), one
counterfeit bill (zero), 18 disturbances (15), four domestic calls (two),
four reports of fraud (two), two reports of identity theft (one), eight
miscellaneous juvenile complaints (seven), two motor vehicle thefts (two),
two noise complaints (two), six parking violations (four), one residence
check (zero), one runaway (two), 30 suspicious circumstances (38), 15
suspicious persons (14), 30 suspicious vehicles (32), 11 thefts (16), 140
traffic stops (132), two incidents of vandalism (six), and four vehicle