Fewer Drug Calls Allow for More Traffic Stops
Marshfield Police Chief Rick Gramza delivered his quarterly police report to the Police and Fire Commission on Thursday.
“As you can see, our disturbances are up a little bit from last year,” said Chief Rick Gramza. “Sale and manufacture of drugs is down by 10 calls.”
“With some of those other calls for service down, it has a afforded our officers to be a little more proactive on the traffic stops,” added Gramza.
The report indicated that the police department was able to make 275 more traffic stops in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the same time in 2017.
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