Friday, August 24, 2012
Shooting In Clewiston - Info Wanted
Information Sought On Obispo Shooting
CLEWISTON, FL. -- Clewiston Police Chief Don Gutshall reports Officers responded to a shooting Thursday afternoon on East Obispo in the city. A home was shot into from the street, but no one was injured, says the Chief.
A suspect has been named, but no arrests have been made. Investigators are receiving nearly “zero” cooperation from witnesses and point out the shooting is not a random event. Authorities feel that this house was intentionally targeted.
In other city police news this week, the Florida Department of Youth Services inspected the department's facility on Tuesday for juvenile detention policies and conditions and it passed without notation.
The department staff is maintaining hourly observations of the weather in the Caribbean, noting the Disaster
Preparedness Plan can be implemented upon very short notice.
Following is a brief synopsis of the weekly police activity:
1119 Commercial / Residential Security Checks
522 Complaints Investigated
50 Traffic citations Issued
22 Red Light Camera Violations
14 City Ordinance Violations
8 Criminal Arrests Made
62 Merchant Escorts Provided
14 Alarms Responded To
7 Traffic Accidents Investigated