Eureka Springs and surrounding areas Police and Fire Dispatches

Thursday, December 8, 2005

Week of Nov. 28

November 28

10:49 a.m.-- Incident report taken after East Mountain St. resident found a bullet hole in garage door.

11:20 a.m.-- Welfare check requested on subject that had not been heard from in several days.

12:48 p.m.-- Traffic stop resulted in subject being arrested on an outstanding CCSO warrant.

November 29

5:06 p.m.-- Convenience store manager reported a customer that owed money for gas on previous occasion. Officer assisted manager in obtaining payment.

7:52 p.m.-- Incident report taken after caller stated female subject had stolen her pain medication.

November 30

7:06 p.m.-- Convenience store manager reported a gas drive off by person in a white Ford pickup.

10:02 p.m.-- Caller reported the ground level door of library open.

FIRE/AMBULANCE

DISPATCHES

There were four non-emergency transfers this week.

November 28

3:11 p.m.-- H.I. and Squad #4 responded to a female subject that had fallen and possibly fractured her hip. Patient taken to St. John's.

11:20 p.m.-- H.I. and Squad #2 responded to an elderly male subject that had fallen. No transport.

November 29

12:45 a.m.-- Squad #2 responded to a female subject on the floor unable to get up. Patient taken to area hospital.

8:47 a.m.-- H.I. and Squad #4 responded to the same male subject that had fallen during the night after subject became concerned about a possible injury. Patient taken to ESH.

10:34 a.m.-- Squad #2 and #4 responded to a four-year-old child that had fallen on the playground, hit her head and was having seizures. No transport.

11:34 a.m.-- Squad #4 responded to a female subject that had fainted after giving blood. Patient taken to ESH.

12:33 p.m.-- H.I. and Squad #2 responded to a diabetic male subject with low blood pressure and disorientation. Patient taken to ESH.

November 30

12 p.m.-- Squad #4 responded to a male subject that fell off ladder. Patient taken to St. John's.

12:50 p.m.-- G.K. and Squad #2 responded to a male subject with possible cardiac. Patient taken to ESH.