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Crook County Sheriff's Office

 

October 3, 2019



Sept. 23 – Two paper services. Four VIN checks. Deputy assisted another agency. Deputy investigated animal abuse call. Deputy preformed welfare check. Deputies responded to two separate crashes.

Sept. 24 – VIN check. Detention Deputy transported inmate to appointment. Deputy investigated three calls about suspicious circumstances. K-9 did sniff at school. Deputy checked on abandoned vehicle. Deputy arrested subject on warrant. Detention Deputy booked in subject on warrant.

Sept. 25 – Two VIN checks. Two traffic stops. Deputy responded to business alarm. Detention Deputy did fingerprinting for outside employment. Deputy assisted two motorists. Deputy responded to animal complaint. Deputy investigated hit and run crash. Deputy investigated crash. Deputy checked on project lifesaver individual. Deputy assisted another agency.

Sept. 26 – Two paper service. Two VIN checks. Seven traffic stops. Detention Deputy did fingerprints for outside employment.

Sept. 27 – Paper service. Four VIN checks. Four traffic stops. Detention Deputy did prisoner transport. Deputy did civil assist. Deputy assisted Wyoming Highway Patrol. Deputy did multiple business checks. Deputy did house watch. Deputy did multiple motorist assists. Deputy checked on project lifesaver person and changed out battery.

Sept. 28 – Three paper service. Four traffic stops. Deputy investigated assault report. Deputy assisted in removing traffic hazard from roadway. Deputy investigated theft report. Deputy assisted stalled motorist. Deputy investigated personal injury crash. Deputy did business checks. Three requests for EMS services.

Sept. 29 – Traffic stop. Detention deputy booked in subject arrested by Wyoming Highway Patrol. Deputy assisted two separate stalled motorists. Three requests for EMS services.

Arrests and Citations – Citation issued for possession of controlled substance. Citation issued for trespassing. Twelve citations issued for traffic violations.

Inmates – Nine males, three females.

 
 

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