EUREKA SPRINGS AND SURROUNDING AREAS POLICE AND FIRE DISPATCHES

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

WEEK OF Oct. 2

October 2

10:23 a.m.- Accident report taken on a semi truck that had rolled over on its side.

10:50 a.m.- Incident report taken after jewelry was stolen from hotel room.

12:25 p.m.- Subject turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

4:24 p.m.- Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between husband and wife that involved a gun. An arrest was made.

8:56 p.m.- Incident report taken on a purse snatching at laundromat.

9:18 p.m.- Subject arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Washington County.

October 3

2:45 p.m.- Vehicle parked on Crescent Drive for two weeks was red tagged by officer.

5:05 p.m.- Caller reported teenage boys causing trouble at skate park.

10:25 p.m.- Incident report taken on a suspicious male subject at motel.

11:38 p.m.- Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in parking lot.

October 4

7:16 a.m.- Officer responded to a report of a private property accident. Company decided no report required.

8:15 a.m.- Incident report taken on a stolen wallet.

10:14 a.m.- Accident report taken after a semi truck hit some road equipment while negotiating a corner.

9:26 p.m.- Subject arrested on an outstanding warrant.

October 5

9:14 a.m.- Incident report taken on vandalism to vending machine at convention center.

10 a.m.- Officers assisted with monitoring a lock down drill of all schools at district s request.

10:24 a.m.- Complainant reported an unleashed dog preventing property owner from entering his house. Warning issued to animal owner for leash law violation.

12 p.m.- Incident report taken on a violation of a protection order.

2:24 p.m.- Accident report taken on a two vehicle incident with no injuries.

3:55 p.m.- Hotel personnel requested assistance with subject that refused to leave premises.

5:03 p.m.- Accident report taken on a private property incident in parking lot.

5:16 p.m.- Incident report taken on suspicious circumstances at inn.

6:02 p.m.- Accident report taken after a vehicle on Stadium Road spun rocks on another passing vehicle, causing breakage of driver s front window.

6:30 p.m.- Caller reported finding keys belonging to a male subject. Officer attempted to call subject, no answer.

8 p.m.- Subject arrested on a CCSO warrant.

11 p.m.- Hotel personnel reported a visitor had too much to drink causing problems for other guests.

October 6

4 p.m.- Officers responded to several calls concerning a male subject that was driving around town running people off the road and cussing at them. Subject arrested.

7:45 p.m.- Accident report taken on a private property incident.

11:03 p.m. - Incident report taken on a physical disturbance between a male and female.

October 7

12:22 a.m.- Routine traffic stop resulted in two arrests.

12:45 a.m.- Officer responded to a report of an altercation in progress. Two subjects arrested for public intoxication.

1:15 a.m.- Officer responded to a physical altercation. One subject arrested on an outstanding warrant.

2:32 p.m.- Accident report taken on a two vehicle incident.

7:57 p.m.- Caller reported a private property accident. Subjects decided to work it out among themselves.

9:22 p.m.- Incident report taken on a reckless driver at camp site.

9:56 p.m.- Officers responded to a disturbance at Basin Park. Subject did not want to file charges until she spoke with her parents.

11:57 p.m.- Incident report taken after a driver in red Dodge truck broke window and drove off.

October 8

9:36 a.m.- Incident report taken on possible burglary done overnight.

11:10 a.m.- Incident report taken after a disgruntled customer broke jewelry at business.

12:39 p.m.- Accident report taken on minor incident with no injuries.

3:03 p.m.- A loud music complaint was made against Spring St. business.

5:18 p.m.- Second loud music complaint was made against same business.

5:20 p.m.- Third loud music complaint was made against same business.

7:30 p.m.- Caller requested a welfare check on an elderly woman walking along side highway in the dark.

11:20 p.m.- Female subject called from a cell phone stating there was a disturbance at apartment complex. No action taken.

FIRE/AMBULANCE

DISPATCHES

There were five non-emergency transfers this week.

October 2

10:22 a.m.- Squad #1194, #1192 and Engine #1151 responded to a semi truck that had rolled over on East Van Buren. Patient taken to ESH.

October 3

5:46 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a male subject having cardiac trouble. Patient taken to ESH.

October 4

2:21 p.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to an unknown medical call. No transport.

4:11 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a subject that had been hit in the face. Patient taken to ESH.

October 6

5:16 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to smoke showing behind pharmacy. Responding unit stated it was a controlled burn.

7:06 p.m.- H.I. responded to a report of smoke on Island. Responding units reported it was a controlled burn in Missouri.

7:07 p.m.- Squad #1193 responded to a fall patient in Madison County. Patient taken to NWMC.

October 7

1:46 a.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a female subject that had been hit in the face. No transport.

7:51 a.m.- G.K. and Squad #1194 responded to a female subject with chest pains. Patient taken to area hospital.

2:04 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a possible stroke victim. Patient taken to St. John s.

7:50 p.m.- Squad #1194 and Engine #1151 responded to a small brush fire near Harmon Park.

October 8

3:58 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1192 responded to a male subject possibly having a heart attack. Patient taken to area hospital.

10:15 a.m.- I.P. and Squad #1194 responded to a motorcycle accident on Hwy. 62 West. Upon their arrival, units did not find any persons on the scene.

6:24 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a male subject that was dizzy and had fallen. Patient taken to area hospital.