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February 13, 2020
Blotter time! 38 calls from yesterday and here are the ones that resulted in reports.
20021318: On February 13, 2020, at about 12:20 a.m., Sgt. Ruschill stopped a vehicle for speeding. He contacted the driver and they smelled of an alcoholic beverage, aka. Beer Breath. The driver was apparently chose by their group as the, Designated Driver, aka the Soberest Person in the Car. Sgt. Ruschill did some field sobriety testing and the 27 year old Happy Jack, AZ man had to be arrested for DUI. The breath test for this, Designated Driver, was a .11%.
20021357: On February 13, 2020, at about 11:01 a.m., Cpl. Jones responded to a report of Collision Hit & Run. No suspects on this one, but we’ll document it anyway so the victim an make a claim with their insurance.
20021379: On February 13, 2020, at about 3:18 p.m., Sgt. Matthews responded to a report of a Suspicious Person. A man apparently came into a business, sat down and would not leave. When he arrived and contacted the man to find out what was going on, he recognized his name as someone who had a warrant for their arrest. That being the case, he arrested the 22 year old Moose, WY man and took him to the jail. His blood alcohol level was a little too high though; a .323%, so he had to get him medically evaluated first.
20021404: On February 13, 2020, at about 6:34 p.m., Officer Gerlach responded to a Collision Hit & Run report. No suspects on this one yet, but we’ll see.
20021418: On February 13, 2020, at about 8:07 p.m., Officer O’Donnell responded to a report of a small child standing at a bus stop. It’s not unusual for school age children to use public transportation, but this one was pretty young. Six to be exact. Officer O’Donnell arrived and spoke with the youngster and was able to give the child a ride to their house. As it turns out the child had been at a friend’s house and decided on their own to leave. Mom and dad were out looking, but hadn’t found their child yet. We’re going to call this a win for the police department.
20021428: On February 13, 2020, at about 6:42 p.m., Cpl. C. Smith was doing some follow-up on an earlier Harassment report. While doing so, the person he was contacting became hostile. That’s not unusual and we take it in stride. What changed is that the man started repeatedly calling 911 to complain. We told him we were working on the investigation and then referred him to a crisis councilor because he seemed to be struggling with some issues. When we got reports he was threatening to beat and kill his neighbor, we immediate responded. Cpl. C. Smith and the rest of his team made contact and secured the man without anyone getting hurt and took him to get the help he needed.
That’s it from yesterday.