The Monett Police Department recorded a total of 121 offense reports for the month of April, as well as 90 criminal incidents and 54 arrests for the month.
Of the 121 police reports generated, 12 involved juvenile complaints. Detectives solved 56 of the criminal cases they investigated.
Seventeen collisions were investigated within the city limits of Monett with two persons injured in the 32 crashes that involved vehicles.
Officers issued 97 moving violation citations, including 75 non-moving citations; issued 171 warnings, 10 parking violations and 42 ordinance violation citations.
A total of five new investigations have been assigned to Detective John Allred, seven to Detective David Haskins and four to Detective Georges Daoud.
Animal control impounded 27 animals and took 15 dogs to the Humane Society.
Other activities included teaching classes on communications at the Monett Intermediate School as well as seven classes each on the topics of active listening, refusal skills and controlling anger. Special events included child scan fingerprinting and speaking to the Monett Parent Teacher Organization on general safety issues.
Various officers received training in firearms handling and communication skills for the patrol officer.