EUREKA SPRINGS DISPATCHES
Week of Oct. 19
3:57a.m. - A false alarm was triggered at a White Street restaurant.
12:29p.m. - Police investigate a Park s department pump house door which had been kicked in.
8:08p.m. - A lost purse was picked up at a a U.S. 62 East restaurant.
8:29p.m. - A welfare check was requested from a son for his father. His father was fine.
10:37p.m. - A report of drunk people at the lookout was unfounded.
12:25a.m. - A motorist pulled over for a routine traffic stop and charged with a DWI also had an outstanding warrant in Berryville.
12:45a.m. - A group was advised to keep their noise down for the rest of the night after a complaint was filed.
2:12a.m. - A person sleeping in his car was told to get a room.
3:32a.m. - A truck parked illegally on Pine street was moved just before the tow truck hauled it away.
9:08a.m. - A women attempted to file a report about her housekeepers bad cleaning job.
11:47a.m. - Two men cursing at drivers on the historic loop were found.
12:32p.m. - A two car injury accident occurred on U.S. 62 East.
7:02p.m. - A caller complains about the noise at a North Main restaurant.
8:33p.m. - A trespasser is reported at Basin Spring Park.
9:19p.m. - A caller again complains about the noise at a North Main restaurant.
11:08p.m. - A vehicle driving recklessly was pulled over and the the driver was charged with DWI.
11:52p.m. - The owner of dogs barking near Prospect was advised to keep them quiet.
12:15a.m. - People being loud near a Spring Street hotel were told to quiet down and return to their rooms.
12:25a.m. - A man was arrested on Center Street for being drunk.
1:24a.m. - A group of people were seen being destructive and unruly near a Spring Street Hotel but ran off before Police arrived.
2:55a.m. - Police picked up abandoned property in Basin Spring Park.
3:17a.m. - An unruly person at a Passion Play gas station calmed down and went home.
4:28a.m. - A call was made about noise near a U.S. 62 motel.
3:57p.m. - Although a truck was not in the road it was reported as blocking part of U.S. 23 South.
8:56p.m. - An intoxicated woman near a U.S. 62 West motel lost not only her purse, but her shoes as well.
9:15p.m. - A caller asked police to help him locate his parents somewhere in Eureka because of a family emergency.
12:19a.m. - Police were able to peacefully settle a family disturbance near a motel at the intersection of U.S. 62 and 23.
10:12a.m. - A suspicious cooler left on the heliport at the Eureka Spring's hospital was retrieved by police and is being held for the owner.
12:15p.m. - A welfare call was made to a meals on wheels recipient on Ridgeway who reportedly had no care.
12:32a.m. - A broken-down vehicle was reported blocking traffic on Magnetic Springs Road.
8:38a .m. - A U.S. 62 bank employee set off the alarm.
6:43a.m. - A false alarm at a White Street restaurant.
12:15p.m. - Two men were reported watching children on the playground at the elementary school.
12:17p.m. - Property was stolen on Singleton Street.
1:55p.m. - A stray cat was reported on Singleton Street.
8:39p.m. - A domestic disturbance was resolved by the time police arrived.
12:05a.m. - Prank phone calls were received at a U.S. 62 West Inn.
10:26a.m. - A complaint of an unattended burn on Passion Play Road that the wind was starting to spread. Fire extinguished at 11:07a.m. by the ESFD.