EUREKA SPRINGS AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Thursday, May 18, 2006

POLICE AND FIRE DISPATCHES

WEEK OF MAY 8

May 8

8:52 a.m.-- Accident report taken on traffic incident with no injuries.

1:30 p.m.-- Subject taking driving test was arrested on warrant out of Rogers.

2:33 p.m.-- Subject turned self in on an outstanding warrant.

7:25 p.m.-- Caller stated his girlfriend had made threats to commit suicide. Officer located subject out on a walk and she said she was okay.

8:15 p.m.-- Incident report taken on a female subject screaming on balcony.

May 9

12:02 p.m.-- CCSO reported a possible drunk driver headed into town from Berryville.

12:02 p.m.-- Citation issued to driver that passed a fire truck on the right near Bluebird Hill.

1:45 p.m.-- An unfounded report was made concerning illegal dumping at apartment complex.

May 10

11:24 a.m.-- Incident report taken after a purse was stolen from vehicle.

12:30 p.m.-- Officer rescued a large dog from street. Animal was taken to police station to hold for owner.

2:44 p.m.-- Accident report taken on minor incident.

11:10 p.m.-- Caller reported a loud party on Dogwood Lane.

May 11

9:29 a.m.-- Incident report taken on vandalism to pump house at inn.

9:55 a.m.-- Accident report taken after driver was run off the road by another vehicle.

9:51 p.m.-- Intoxicated subject was arrested after trying to start a fight.

May 12

11:15 a.m.-- Incident report taken on a drunk male subject that had passed out in pool. EMS called and responded.

May 13

7:16 a.m.-- Caller reported that two boys were cutting down trees on neighbors property.

9:15 p.m.-- Caller reported an intoxicated male subject that would not leave business. Officer took subject to hospital after finding a cut to man's arm.

May 14

12:20 p.m.-- Incident report taken after items were taken from residence.

12:22 p.m.-- Caller reported business music too loud. Officer advised the music was not subject to noise ordinance during May Festival.

2:22 p.m.-- Incident report taken after subject attacked another subject with a baseball bat after other subject attempted to break into residence.

FIRE/AMBULANCE

DISPATCHES

There were two non-emergency transfers this week.

May 8

8:17 p.m.-- Squad #1192 responded to a lethargic female subject on balcony. Patient taken to area hospital.

May 9

7:23 a.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to an elderly female subject possibly having a stroke. Patient taken to ESH.

10:46 a.m.-- Squad #1192, Engine #1152 and Tanker #1162 responded to an attic fire at business.

11:38 p.m.-- Engine #1701 and H.I. units responded to a fire on CR 220. Responding units stated it was a controlled burn.

May 10

1:51 p.m.-- Engine #1151 responded to a report of strong electrical smell in business kitchen.

9:12 p.m.-- Squad #1192 responded to a female subject having breathing difficulties. Patient taken to ESH.

May 11

11:34 a.m.-- Squad #1192 responded to a student having difficulty breathing. No transport.

5:36 p.m.-- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a male subject going in and out of consciousness. Patient taken to ESH.

8:13 p.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to an intoxicated male subject that had fell and hit his head. Patient taken to ESH.

9:29 p.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to an elderly female subject that had been in a domestic battery. No transport.

May 12

3:20 a.m.-- Squad #1192 responded to a male subject having difficulty breathing. Patient taken to ESH.

8:50 a.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to a subject on meds for high blood pressure that was slurring words and was agitated. No transport.

11:23 a.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to an intoxicated male subject that had an open wound to head. Patient taken to area hospital.

May 13

12:18 a.m.-- Squad #1192 responded to a subject in vehicle having a seizure. Patient taken to ESH.

4:31 p.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to a female subject with an open head injury and broken arm. Patient taken to ESH.

May 14

12:46 p.m.-- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a female subject possibly having a stroke. Patient taken to hospital by Air Evac.

1:47 p.m.-- Squad #1192 responded to a male subject having an insulin reaction. No transport.

2:22 p.m.-- Squad #1194 responded to a male subject struck by a baseball bat. Patient taken to hospital by Air Evac.

9:27 p.m.-- Squad #1192 and G.K. responded to a male subject possibly having a heart attack. Patient taken by Air Evac to hospital.