Excerpts from the 2006 NPD Annual Report
A weekly series - 4th installment
The report includes 35 anecdotes that describe dangerous situations the NPD’s 1st shift dealt with last year. The 10 featured for this week's installment were selected because we think they typify the range of criminal activity our police routinely handle, though sending the entire shift and the Cincinnati Bomb Squad to a residence to safely dispose of unstable dynamite probably isn’t an everyday event. At least, we hope it isn’t.
2/17/06: A male and female were arrested at 4500 Montgomery Road after buying a quantity of cold remedy capsules. A search of their out-of-state car revealed over 900 more pills. This investigation continued and resulted in the discovery a meth lab in the State of Indiana. Charges of illegal possession of chemicals to manufacture drugs.
2/19/06: Police were called to Surrey Square for a call of male suspect with a shotgun which he took from his trunk and placed in the passenger compartment. Car was stopped in the parking lot and the suspect was arrested. A 12-guage shotgun and ammo were recovered from the car near a two-year-old child. Charges of improper transportation of a firearm and child endangering.
3/1/06: Male suspect arrested for theft and resisting arrest after fleeing Dollar General. Suspect had to be tased when arrested. Officer sustained injuries to his hand while pursuing the suspect over a fence.