RBC WEEKLY CALL REVIEW

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WEEKLY CALL REVIEW AT THE RIO BLANCO COUNTY SHERIFF’S DISPATCH CENTER 

June 29-July 5, 2020 

Meeker Dispatch Center administered 529 phone calls last week including 37 911 calls, answered 62 calls for Meeker Police Department (MPD) and placed 179 outgoing calls. A total of 225 calls for service were created, 82 for the Sheriff’s Office, 91 for MPD. 

Note the department breakdown of calls may differ from the total number reported due to individual incidents with multiple agencies responding. 

Law enforcement conducted 30 traffic stops 

Sheriff’s Deputies issued 11 warnings on 15 stops 

Meeker PD issued 12 warnings on 14 stops 

6 crashes, 3 involving wildlife, 4 assists with CSP 

Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 82 calls for service 

• 8 911 misdials/tests 

• 7 animal calls 

• 10 agency assists 

• 22 security checks 

• 5 citizen assists 

• 3 covid transports 

• 7 disturbances 

• 2 suspicious incidents 

• 2 traffic complaints 

One each: abandoned vehicle, ATV crash, back country rescue, civil, criminal mischief, domestic violence, motorist assist, property traffic hazard, VIN inspection, warrant arrest 

Meeker Police Department responded to 91 calls for service

• 4 911 hangup/test 

• 6 agency assists 

• 9 animal calls 

• 28 business/residential checks 

• 8 citizen assists 

• 2 civil issues 

• 5 code enforcement 

• 8 disturbances 

• 2 gas skips 

• 2 harassment 

• 2 juvenile issues 

• 2 restraining order violations 

• 2 suspicious incidents 

• 4 traffic complaints 

• 2 VIN inspections 

One each: domestic violence, motorist assist, warrant arrest 

Meeker Fire and Rescue responded to 10 calls 

• 5 ambulance requests, back country rescue, citizen assist, 3 medical transports 

Rio Blanco Detentions 

• 11 current inmates, 8 males and 3 females 

• 2 jail transports to or from another facility 

• 5 arrests, 3 from MPD, 1 each from RPD and RBSO 

• 11 inmates released 

This information is a weekly review of the calls for service that were requested at the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Communications Office. If you have any questions or would like an explanation of the call types listed please call 878-9600. We will not regularly post any information as to the names or addresses on any incident. 

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