DISPATCH Desk

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Jan. 8

9:21 a.m. An officer advised of a

citizen reporting a possible panhandler

at an area business. An officer responded

and advised the subject of local ordinances.

9:28 a.m. A caller advised of a domestic

disturbance in process in a vehicle.

Officers responded and made contact

with the subjects at an area restaurant.

Officers arrested the male subject

on an outstanding warrant.

9:38 a.m. A caller advised of a

homeless person sleeping on the employee

entrance porch at an area business

over the weekend. An officer responded

and took information on the

subject and on a possible homeless

camp behind the property.

10:28 a.m. EMS requested officer

assistance with a combative patient. Officers

responded and assisted.

10:49 p.m. An officer responded

to a report of an electrical line on fire.

Upon arrival, nothing was burning. The

complainant advised they have a line

from the house to a tree in the yard with

two security lights on it that was on fire

earlier. The officer requested the fire department

to respond to check the issue.

11:24 p.m. An officer responded

to a residence on Armstrong Street to

check for a possible prowler.

Jan. 9

3:38 p.m. An officer responded to

Spring Street for a report of criminal

mischief. Upon arrival, the officer made

contact with the complainant. No report

was taken.

9:56 p.m. An officer responded to

a report of a dispute between neighbors

and management. Upon arrival, the officer

made contact with the manager but

was unable to make contact with the

neighbors.

10:02 p.m. An officer responded

to a report of a suspicious vehicle. The

officer located the vehicle upon arrival,

and it appeared that the lights were accidentally

left on without the owners being

in the vehicle. The vehicle appeared

to check OK, and no report was taken at

this time.

Jan. 10

12:24 a.m. An officer responded to

a report of a possible intoxicated driver

and checked the area. The officer was

unable to locate the vehicle.

12:11 p.m. A caller requested an

officer to check on a travel trailer that

was left at an area campground. An officer

responded, and the trailer checked

OK.

10:54 p.m. Carroll County Dispatch

advised of a 911 call where the

first person was whispering and the

dispatcher was unable to get a name or

phone number. The caller then called

back to 911 and gave the address and

phone number. Officers saw a blue vehicle

near an area restaurant, and the person

in the car was the supposed victim.

An officer followed her back home to

a trailer and found that the other party

involved in the disturbance had left the

area on foot. The officer searched the

area but was unable to locate the other

subject.

Jan. 11

5:25 p.m. An officer and EMS

were dispatched for a report of a suicidal

male. The officer arrived in the area

and made contact with the subject. EMS

arrived and transported the subject to

the hospital.

6:23 p.m. An officer responded

to the hospital in reference to a disturbance

with a suicidal male subject who

had been transported by EMS. The officer

arrived and made contact with all

parties involved. No report was taken at

this time.

7:14 p.m. An officer responded to

the Eureka Springs Cemetery in reference

to a report of a suspicious male.

The officer checked the area but everything

was secure. No report was taken.