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Pike County Sheriff’s Report

Posted on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 8:47 am

Sheriff Stephen Korte reports that the following were handled by his office for the week of July 10th Through July 16th.

July 10
Assisted Motorist Highway D
Responded to Highway M for Well Being Check

July 11
Responded to Pike 293 for Female in Distress
Responded to Pike 238 for Assault

July 12
Took information for Mailbox being destroyed Pike 276
Responded to Pike 293 for Order of Protection Violation
Responded to S. 4th St. Clarksville for Domestic

July 13
Took Information for Mail Box Destroyed Pike 128
Responded to Highway FF for Alarm Sounding
Took Information for Mail Box Destroyed Highway Y
Responded to Pike 407 for Theft
Took Information for Mail Box Destroyed Highway M
Responded to Pike 307 for Disturbance
Assisted Motorist Highway 54

July 14
Took Information for Destroyed Mail Box Highway PP

July 15
Responded to Highway K for Suspicious Activity
Responded to Jasper Lane Frankford for Disturbance
Responded to Pike 245 for Domestic
Responded to W. Main St. Curryville for Well Being Check
Responded to N. Main St. Annada for Child Custody Issue
Involved in Vehicle Pursuit Highway 61
Responded to Pike 252 for Domestic Dispute

July 16
Responded to Highway E for Driving Complaint
Responded to Highway 61 for Driving Complaint
Responded to Highway 61 for Motor Vehicle Accident
Responded to Highway M for Stranded Motorist
Responded to Pike 52 for Domestic Dispute
Responded to Highway 61 for Property Damage
Responded to Pike County Memorial Hospital for Assault
Responded to Pike 261 for Domestic
Responded to Pike 9224 for Alarm Sounding

Anyone with any information, that could help us in catching the person or persons who have been damaging mailboxes please contact the Sheriff’s Office.
If you have livestock in Pike County, please contact the Sheriff’s Office as soon as possible with updated location and contact information. This allows us to quickly contact folks in case livestock gets loose.
85 911 calls, 8 traffic stops 20 booked 23 released, 38 in custody on 07/17/2017. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.