Eutaw police seize unlawfully possessed guns


Shown above Eutaw Police officer Sergeant Rodriquez Jones and Assistant Chief Walter Beck displaying half of the guns seized over a period of 3 months.

The Eutaw Police Department reported a rise in the number of guns seized through various instances. Officer Beck explained that most weapons are seized at traffic stops, domestic violence calls and pat downs. He noted that more and more guns are being found on youth. Oftentimes these are weapons that have been reported stolen.“It is important that you know the serial numbers of your weapons. We may have recovered your lost or stolen weapon but without the serial numbers to identify your weapons, returns are impossible,” Officer Beck stated.
Deputy Rodriquez Jones cautioned the community to be aware of what your children are posting on facebook. He has seen youth riding around with hand guns loading and unloading clips.

“It important to be aware of your surroundings. Be cautious if you see someone walking around late at night. Also remember to kept your cars and doors lock at all time,” he stated.

Tommy Summerville Police Support League, Inc. donates to Eutaw Police Department

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Shown above Assistant Chief Walter Beck, Sheila Hahn Smith, president of the Tommy Summerville Police Support League, Inc. Chief of Police Derick Coleman and Eutaw Mayor Raymond Steele shown displaying a check in the amount of $15,000 for a 2014 Chevrolet Caprice patrol car donated to the Eutaw Police Department.