The numbers are in for October at the Hartford Police Department. After ten months this year, the monthly statistical data shows the department is right on track for total year end documentation. One activity that gets measured is written warnings and issued citations. Written warnings were up this year to 221, compared to 155 in October 2012. Meanwhile, citations were down this year to 146, compared to 203 last year. Chief David Groves reports other statistical categories that are tracked include adult and juvenile arrests. Hartford police arrested 24 adults last month compared to 52 in October in 2012. Juvenile arrests were at just five this year, compared to twenty in October 2012. A notable case of interest for the department last month was On October 28th Hartford Police Department responded to the St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store, on South Main Street to investigate a report of a partially-nude subject in the store. The investigation revealed that a man, described as a middle-aged white male with a mustache and a brown ‘80’s style “mullet,” had entered the store and browsed for a while before entering a fitting room. A short time later the man exited the fitting room wearing only a waist-length coat, a pair of over-the-ankle workboots, and a gold chain around his neck. Store security cameras recorded the pant-less man as he walked around the store and then calmly walked through the parking lot to his vehicle and drove away. Misdemeanor charges of Lewd and Lascivious Behavior and Disorderly Conduct were forwarded to the Washington County D A‘s Office for review and prosecution.