Eureka Springs and surrounding areas Police and Fire dispatches

Thursday, November 9, 2006

Week of Oct. 30

October 30

1 p.m.- Caller reported a sign had blown onto car but no damage done to vehicle.

8:41 p.m.- Caller reported a possible fight across from Writer s Colony. Subjects left before arrival.

9:07 p.m.- Two subjects arrested on outstanding warrants.

October 31

5:52 p.m.- Caller reported a male subject was in another persons apartment where he was not allowed.

8:39 p.m.- Caller reported two vehicles had stopped in front of residence and the occupants were in the street fighting.

8:43 p.m.- Caller reported a verbal disturbance in parking lot.

11:45 p.m.- Incident report taken on assault at hotel.

November 1

10:52 a.m.- Welfare check requested on an incoherent female at service station. Subject had low blood sugar and was treated by EMS.

6:06 p.m.- Officer attempted to serve felony warrant on subject.

10:26 p.m.- Caller reported a female subject was on hotel property and requested officer to make her leave. Officer determined situation was a civil matter.

November 2

9:41 a.m.- Accident report taken on a private property incident with no injuries.

8:17 p.m.- Caller reported hearing possible fireworks or gunshots in the area of Passion Play. Nothing heard or found by officer.

November 3

9:34 a.m.- Hotel clerk requested officer due to guest trouble.

10:15 a.m.- Caller reported an injured deer. Deer was put down due to injuries and removed by Public Works.

10:45 a.m.- Caller reported a church group giving out hot chocolate. Officer stated there are no restrictions on charitable organizations giving food and drink away.

11:41 a.m.- Caller reported a vehicle blocking red zone. Officer stated that the vehicle was broken down and someone was trying to fix it.

11:45 a.m.- Accident report taken after a trolley hit the bumper of a parked vehicle.

8:15 p.m.- Incident report taken on theft by employee.

8:35 p.m.- Caller reported his vehicle had been stolen. Officer stated the vehicle was not stolen, but had been repossessed.

November 4

9:50 a.m.- Caller stated that a man dressed in black looked suspicious.

12 p.m.- Officer escort requested after clerk stated guests were slow in leaving.

1:13 p.m.- Caller stated kids were throwing bottles in Basin Park.

2:07 p.m.- Citation issued to hotel driver for recklessness.

3:34 p.m.- Caller advised that a couple were having an argument in which the male subject was chasing female subject. Subject stated he was trying to get female subject into the vehicle.

November 5

3:50 a.m.- Resident thought someone was outside her home. Nothing found.

11:07 a.m.- Incident report taken on break-in at business.

3:43 p.m.- Caller stated a deer needed to be put down.

6:35 p.m.- Caller stated kids at convenience store possibly smoking marijuana. Report unfounded.

FIRE/AMBULANCE

DISPATCHES

There were two non-emergency transfers this week.

October 30

9:41 a.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a possible natural gas leak behind doctor s office.

October 31

7:13 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a female subject with nausea and dizziness and weakness. Patient taken to ESH.

7:28 p.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a male subject having chest pains. No transport.

November 1

10:59 a.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a possible diabetic subject. No transport.

10:59 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a male subject with nausea. No transport.

November 2

7:40 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1192 responded to a female subject with unrelieved chest pain after taking medication. Patient taken to area hospital.

November 3

12:06 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a female subject that had passed out. Patient taken to area hospital.

7:09 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a report of an unattended brush fire on CR102.

7:41 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a traffic accident with injuries. Patient taken to ESH.

November 4

5:55 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a female subject with leg and stomach pain. Patient taken to ESH.

12:45 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a female subject having a seizure. No transport.

3:36 p.m.- Squad #1194 and Engine #1151 responded to a broken gas main on Cooper St.

4:26 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a cardiac patient. Subject taken to ESH.

4:27 p.m.- Squad #1192 and Engine #1156 responded to an unattended controlled burn on CR1520.

November 5

4:59 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a male subject that had collapsed in lobby. Patient taken to ESH.

8:54 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to an accident report. No accident scene found.

11:21 p.m.- Squad #1194 and Beaver Fire Department responded to a female subject with very high blood pressure. No transport.

November 6

12:58 a.m.- Squad #1192 and Beaver Fire Department toned out again to same residence for female subject having chest pain. Patient taken to St. John s.