EUREKA SPRINGS AND SURROUNDING AREAS POLICE AND FIRE DISPATCHES

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Week of March 5

March 5

10 a.m.- Caller reported that a subject with a warrant was at hotel. Subject left before officer arrived.

11:11 a.m.- Caller reported a vehicle parked in red zone was making it difficult for trolleys to get past. Vehicle was moved.

11:27 a.m.- Motorist reported a five-gallon gas can in roadway. Officer picked up item to hold for owner.

5:16 p.m.- Accident report taken on a private property incident.

March 7

11:13 a.m.- Officer responded to a report of a disturbance between business owner and employee. Situation resolved civilly.

6:25 p.m.- Caller reported two dogs, a white German Shepherd and a Border Collie, were walking on Owen St.

March 8

11:18 p.m.- Subject arrested on felony warrant out of Benton County.

March 9

1:40 p.m.- Caller reported an ongoing problem with a barking dog.

8:59 p.m.- Caller reported a suspicious male subject at hotel.

March 10

12:09 p.m.- Caller reported a subject in maroon truck selling candles door to door.

4 p.m.- Welfare check requested on kids skateboarding on highway near vehicles.

5:56 p.m.- Officers requested at disturbance.

7:30 p.m.- Officers requested to assist with a disabled vehicle.

11:06 p.m.- Incident report taken on prank phone calls made to business.

March 11

1:56 p.m.- Officer responded to a verbal disagreement between employer and another party.

3:49 p.m.- Incident report taken after caller stated a male subject was knocking on resident s door asking for items.

FIRE/AMBULANCE

DISPATCHES

There were seven non-emergency transfers this week.

March 5

6:28 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a female subject possibly having a stroke. Patient taken to St. John s.

8:20 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a male subject that had displaced his hip. Patient taken to St. John s.

March 6

10:21 a.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a male subject that had fallen down stairs. No transport.

11:03 a.m.- Squad #1194 and I.P. responded to a fire alarm. Nothing found.

March 7

3 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a teenage male subject having a seizure after possibly overdosing on drugs. Patient taken to ESH.

4:15 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a female subject having seizures. No transport.

9:47 p.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a fall victim. No transport.

March 8

12:00 a.m.- I.P. and Squad #1192 responded to a boat that had capsized near Houseman Access. No transport.

2 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a unknown medical call. Patient taken to ESH.

11:28 a.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a infant having seizures. Patient taken to St. John s.

1:48 p.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a female subject that had fallen and had laceration to face. Patient taken to area hospital.

3:09 p.m.- Unit #1151 responded to a brush fire, that was later to be an unreported controlled burn.

7:23 p.m.- Squad #1192 and Unit #1151 responded to a vehicle that hit a gas meter, causing it to leak.

March 9

10:25 a.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a male subject with respiratory difficulties. Patient taken to ESH.

1:42 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a female subject that was lethargic and disoriented. Patient taken to ESH.

March 10

10:50 a.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a electrical problem at business.

March 11

7:14 a.m.- Squad #1192 responded to a male subject having difficulty breathing. Patient taken to ESH.

2:28 p.m.- Squad #1194 responded to a subject with headache, chills and high fever. No transport.

8:15 p.m.- H.I. and Squad #1194 responded to a delusional and violent female subject. Patient taken to St. John s.