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Hancock police report on activity to council

December 09, 2004|by TARA REILLY

The Hancock Police Department received 130 calls for service in November, Police Chief Donald Gossage said at Wednesday's Town Council meeting.

The department had four criminal cases - one assault, two thefts and one burglary, Gossage said.

Police issued 32 traffic citations - 19 moving violations and 13 warnings.

Gossage also reported that 132 parking citations were written.

The department arrested two adults, and two people were arrested with the assistance of Rambo, the department's dog.

Gossage also announced that Officer Michael Ruppenkamp resigned to take a higher paying police job in Frostburg, Md.

According to Gossage's police report, Ruppenkamp worked for the Hancock Police Department since 1995. His new job is with Frostburg State University's police department.

He received a $5,000 raise and an increase in health benefits, according to the report.

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