Earlier this week, I asked the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Office of Attorney General for a breakdown of the types of arrests made from this past weekend’s All Hands On Deck initiative. The somewhat controversial program basically has the entire D.C. Police Department hitting city streets and, you know, fighting crime. Last weekend produced 377 arrests.

We heard reports that cyclists were getting ticketed. One colleague told me that his neighbor got stung with a drinking-in-public arrest. The evidence against him: an empty cup that at one point had booze in it. His case was tossed.

So what of 377 arrests were for real stuff? It appears that D.C. Police made a good amount of solid cases. You be the judge!

According to Channing Phillips, the spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, here is its breakdown of cases so far (there may still be others left to prosecute). These figures do not include AG cases which are usually for extremely minor stuff like drinking in public; I have yet to hear back from the AG. Anyway, here are the serious cases:

On 4/24, we had 59 lockups.  Of the 59, 9 were no papered.  The breakdown of the remaining cases were as follows:

Misdemeanor cases: 18

Felony cases :    3

Domestic cases:   17

Outstanding bench warrant returns:  3

Fugitive from justice cases:  9

On 4/25, we had 98 lockups.  Of the 98, 11 were no papered. The breakdown of the remaining cases were as follows:

Misdemeanor cases: 37

Felony cases:    23

Domestic cases: 12

Outstanding bench warrant returns:    13

Fugitive from justice cases:  2

On 4/27, we had 122 lockups.  Of the 122, 34 were no papered. The breakdown of the remaining cases were as follows:

Misdemeanor cases: 41

Felony cases:      23

Domestic cases: 20

Outstanding bench warrant returns:  1

Fugitive from justice cases: 3