Crime Log

Fayetteville Police Department officers arrested 41 people and issued 411 citations between Feb. 6-13, according to the FPD weekly summary report.

Officers arrested 10 people on felony charges and 31 people on misdemeanor charges. During the same week in 2019, there were 53 total arrests. Police arrested six people on charges of public intoxication, 11 people on DUI charges and four people on warrants.

Of the felony arrests, there were two charges of possessing drug paraphernalia and two charges of possessing methamphetamine.

Police received one report of rape and four reports of aggravated assault. As of Feb. 13, there have been 55 reports of violent crime in 2020.

There were 144 reports of property crime between Feb. 6-13. There were three reports of burglary, 51 reports of larceny and theft, two vehicle thefts and no reports of arson.

FPD received 80 reports of other crimes, including 10 reports of assault and battery, five reports of fraud, four reports of counterfeit/forgery, nine reports of vandalism, six DUIs and five reports of public intoxication.

There were 51 accidents, none of which were fatal. Seven accidents resulted in injury, and 44 were property accidents.

Officers issued 411 citations between Feb. 6-13. Officers issued 31 criminal citations, nine juvenile citations, 150 traffic citations and 221 warnings.

FPD received 895 calls for service. Police responded to calls in 5 minutes and 10 seconds on average between Feb. 6-13.

As of Feb. 13, there have been 390 crimes, including 144 property crimes. Officers have arrested 69 people, issued 758 citations and responded to 89 accidents.

Abbi Ross is a staff reporter for the Arkansas Traveler, where she has been a staff reporter since March 2019.

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