Roundup Record Tribune & Winnett Times -

From The Musselshell County Sheriff's Office

 

November 10, 2021



There were 104 calls to 911. The breakdown is as follows:

24 calls for the ambulance,

22 calls for the sheriff deputies,

1 fire call,

35 unwarranted calls,

11 transfers to other counties,

And 3 test calls.

The calls were:

*A medical call for a male concerned about dehydration.

*A coroner/deputy called for a deceased female.

*Deputies responded to a PFMA (Partner Family Member Assault) call.

*Deputies responded to a RADD (Reckless and Dangerous Driver) report.

*Female called to speak with a deputy, she decided to come into the office instead.

*Medical responded to a male vomiting blood.

*Deputy responded to a possible altercation at the junction of highway 12 W and 87 S.

*Medical responded to a male with Covid symptoms.

*Medical responded to a female with dizzy spells.

*Medical was called to assist a female to get up, she declined further treatment.

*Deputy responded to a RADD report.

*Deputy responded to look for a fire to get a location of reported smoke; no smoke or fire was found.

*Medical responded to a female complaining of severe headache.

*Deputies responded to a PFMA.

*Deputy responded to a vehicle vs. deer accident, the deer was put down.

*Deputy responded to a male threatening violence.

*Deputy, medical and fire responded to a single vehicle rollover accident.

*Medical responded to a female with COPD.

*Deputies responded to a trespass altercation.

*Medical responded to a female that had fallen and possibly broke her hip.

*Medical responded to a male with Covid.

*Deputy responded to a RADD report.

*Medical responded to a male suffering an asthma attack, the ambulance was cancelled prior to their arrival.

*Deputies responded to a possible theft.

*Deputy responded to a bicycle accident.

*Deputy responded to the scene where a semi truck took out the guardrail.

*Medical responded to a female that was short of breath.

*Medical responded to a male complaining of chest pain.

*Deputy responded to a male on the school property that should not have been there.

*Deputy responded to a RADD report.

*Medical responded to a female that was short of breath.

*Medical responded to assist a male that was ill.

*Medical responded to a female complaining of back pain.

*Deputy responded to a vehicle with no tail lights.

*Medical responded to a male that had passed out.

*Fire units responded to a fire on Winchester Dr. (there were several calls about this, not all of them are listed.)

*Medical responded to a female that was ill.

*Deputy responded to a situation at the hospital.

*Medical responded to a female that was having an anxiety attack.

*Medical responded to a male that had fallen.

*Deputy responded to the report of a semi truck with 2 blown tires.

*Medical responded to a female that had fallen.

*Medical responded to a male complaining of chest pain.

*Medical and deputies responded to a home where the female was found deceased and the male was very ill.

There were 63 traffic stops by the deputies. They resulted in 50 warnings given and 18 citations.

 

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