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From The Musselshell County Sheriff's Office

 


Happenings at the Musselshell County Sheriff’s Office

April 16th – April 22nd

April 16th

A 911 came in, it was found to be an accidental dial and everything is fine

A 911 came in reporting a one vehicle accident on 87 south, Deputy, Fire, and Ambulance responded

A 911 came in requesting the Ambulance for an individual who is having chest pains, Ambulance responded

A report of possible trespassing came in. it was found to be in Yellowstone county.

A 911 came in requesting the Ambulance for an individual who had fallen. Ambulance responded

A 911 came in, it was found to be an accidental dial and everything is fine

A 911 came in, it was found to be an accidental dial and everything is fine

April 17th

A welfare check was requested on a local resident, Deputy performed the check

A welfare check was requested on a local resident, Deputy performed the check.

A report of suspicious activity came in Deputy responded

A 911 came in requesting an Ambulance for an individual who had fallen and hit their head. Ambulance responded

A 911 hang-up came in no call back could be made

April 18th

A 911 came in requesting an Ambulance for an individual having breathing problems. Ambulance responded

A 911 came in, it was found that rain had shorted out a land line

A 911 came in reporting a possible fire inside a house. Roundup Fire responded

April 19th

A 911 came in reporting an erratic driver on 87 south. Deputy responded

A report of a bull being out on highway 12 east came in, an owner was contacted

A 911 hang-up came in, it was found to be an accidental dial and everything is fine

April 20th

A report of a possible theft came in, Deputy responded

April 21st

A report of a possible open door at the stage came in, Deputy responded

A 911 came in, it was found to be an accidental dial.

A report of a gas drive off came in from a local gas station, Deputy responded

A noise complaint came in, Deputy responded

April 22nd

A 911 came in reporting a possible water main break, appropriate personnel was contacted.

A report of someone possibly burning tires came in, Deputy responded

There were 28 traffic stops, resulting in 10 citations, 3 for speed, 3 for no insurance, 2 for driving without a license, 1 for no taillights, 1 for failure to stop at a stop sign. There were 21 911’s and 2 people in jail.

 

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