Page County Sheriff’s Office Stats 2020

Sheriff Chad Cubbage releases the departmental stats for the year 2020, and would like to thank his staff for their diligent efforts and hard work.

Patrol Division/Civil Process/Crime Prevention

· 17,463 Calls for service

· 2,191 Warrants/Paper served

· 1,435 Traffic stops

· 433 Follow-up Investigations

· 949 Animal Complaints

· 464 Domestics

· 217 Larceny

· 103 Mental/Emotional/Psych calls

· 153 K9 searches

· 95 Narcotics Investigations

· 6 Driving under the Influence

· 30 Hit and Runs

· 77 Missing Persons

· 33 Overdoses

· 22 Pursuits

· 2 Search and Recue

· 619 Business Interactions

· 357 Extra Patrol

· 26,357 Property Checks

· 84 Probation Searches

· 44 Consent Searches

· 13,808 Civil Papers Served

· 97 Writ of Possessions

-Provided 5 Full-Time School Resource Officers (SRO”s) to Luray and Page County High Schools, Luray and Page Middle Schools, Springfield Elementary and Page County Technical Center.

- Provided Security to all Home Basketball Games some Middle School Games over 30 Sporting Events with Approximately 200 Plus in attendance.

- School Traffic for 90 days of when School was Operational. Traffic was done for Both High Schools and Both Middle Schools and Springfield Elementary. Equaling 240 Hours of Directing Traffic.

- PCSO is also involved in Project Lifesaver which can electronically track those who are at risk for becoming lost. We have 4 involved in the program.

- Completed 6 Saturated Party Patrols in Page County.

-Active Members of TRIAD.

- Active Members of PACA and are helping them in community policing.

Conducted community events during Covid-19 restrictions such as, Easter Bunny event, Town of Luray Reverse parade, Spot Olaf and gift hand out, First Annual County Wide Christmas Light Contest.

- SRO’s have been in Patrol Helping out and Taking Calls during The Covid-19 Period.

- During Covid-19 the SRO’s have also conducted over 300 Home Visits. During the Home Visits, they are assisting all the schools with the delivery of School work,

Meals, and performing welfare checks on families and students.

 

Page County Jail

Average Daily Population at Page County Jail – 67 Inmates

Total jail transports for 2020 – 694

Miles added to the transport vehicles – 50,307

293 Man hours

31 – TDO/ECO transports

6,248 miles for ECO transports

Page County Criminal Investigations

Total Criminal Cases Investigated – 169

Drug Drop Box – 103 pounds of prescription drugs collected

Concealed Carry Applications – 984

Trips to NOVA Lab for Evidence Delivery – 25, 3,125 miles added to transport vehicle

Internet Crimes Investigations – 21 with 20 charges placed.

Narcotics Division Stats

Indictments: 20

Pending Felony changes: 36

Case Initiated:

Felony - 75

Misdemeanor – 3

Valley Venue 2020 stats:

Felony - 32

Misdemeanor - 3

Marijuana – 2 seizures of approximately 16 grams total, $200.00 value

Methamphetamine – 4 seizures of approximately 17 grams total, $800.00 value

Prescription – 2 seizures of approximately 20 dosage units, $40.00 value

$700.00 U.S. Currency Seized

1 Handgun Seized

6 total investigations opened

18 Total Searches Conducted

1 Plain View Search

5 Consent Searches

11 - 4th Amendment Waiver Searches

1 Search Warrant

35 Total Narcotics Violations Addressed

12 Wanted/Fugitives Apprehended

2 Probation Violations Issued

1 other arrest made

Interviews: 136

Assisted other agencies: 90

Surveillance operations: 209

Search Warrants: 26

Cell Phone Extraction: 18

Consent Search's: 34

Probation Search's: 65

Training (Given/Received): 270 hours

Firearms seized: 12

Methamphetamine seized: 2,498.4 grams Street Value: $249,840.00

Prescription narcotics seized: 21.5 dos. unit Street value: $107.50

Marijuana seized: 307.9 grams Street value: $3,079.00

Heroin seized: 19.1 Street value: $7,640.00

Street Value seized for the year: $260,666.50

Currency seized: $13,866.00

Total Narcotic Indictments - 116

Total Criminal Indictments – 180

 

Grants Received –

We are continuing to implement the $600,000 COSSAP Substance Abuse Grant, VDEM Microwave Grant, USDA vehicle grant.

The following grants were received/awarded during 2020;

$50,000 DCJS COVID Grant

$500,000 DOJ Drug Court Grant

$8,750 VDEM CERT Grant

$5,000 Andersen Foundation Grant

$2,000 Walmart Foundation Grant

$16,700 DMV Grant

$8,000 BJA BVP Grant

$50,000 DCJS SRO Grant

PCSO also partnered w/Page County Public Schools to provide shelf stable meals for the summer, and assisted with delivery.