11 March 1959
First Report By Haberlein Given Board The report of activities of the ihertff's office for January and February has been filed with the Board of Allegany County Commissioners. The report by Sheriff Paul C Haberlein is the first to be sub mitted in compliance with a di rective made by the commission- ers shortly after the new board was organized. Sheriff Haberlein's report shows his office handled'125 prisoners for the 59-day period, 32 of which were on hand as of January 1. The office took into custody 53 prisoners in January, and 40 lasl month. A further breakdown of .the sheriff's report indicates Ihere was a total of 1,763 prisoner- days covered during the two- month period, for a daily average of 30 prisoners in the jail. Sheriff Haberlein reported the three cars of his department traveled 8,342 miles during January and February, with Car No. 1 credited with 4,902 miles; Car 2 wilh 7,722 miles, and Car' 3 with 1,668 miles. Fines, fees and costs'collect- ed during the two months totaled $365.45, wilh the bulk of the total represented in fines.of $250 and $100 assessed during the January term of Circuit Court. Out- of-county summons fees amounted to $15.45. The report was notarized in compliance wilh the order by the County Commissioners, who at the lime said it was being instituted as a check on the operations and expenses of the sheriff's office.