Weekly Call Review: June 8-14, 2020

Meeker Dispatch Center administered 470 phone calls last week including 30 911 calls, answered 41 calls for Meeker Police Department (MPD) and placed 124 outgoing calls. A total of 208 calls for service were created, 81 for the Sheriff’s Office, 71 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 35 traffic stops

• Sheriff’s Deputies issued 12 warnings and 13 citations

• Meeker PD issued 11 warnings and six citations

• Four crashes, two involving wildlife, four assists with CSP

Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 89 calls for service:

• Five 911 misdials/tests

• Five animal calls

• 18 agency assists

• Two abandoned vehicle

• Four citizen assists

• Three civil papers served

• Three civil calls

• Nine business/security checks

• Five directed patrols (*see note)

• Two harassment 

• Three motorist assists

• Four suspicious incidents

• Three traffic crashes

• Three traffic complaints

• Four VIN inspections

• One each: assault, juvenile problem, sexual assault, theft, traffic hazard, warrant arrest

Meeker Police Department responded to 82 calls for service:

• Two 911 hangup/test

• Eight agency assists

• Six animal calls

• 32 business/residential checks

• Four citizen assists

• Two civil

• Two disturbances

• Two motorist assists

• Eight suspicious incidents

• Four VIN inspections

• One each: code enforcement, DUI, fraud, harassment, juvenile problem, property traffic crash, traffic complaint, traffic hazard, unattended death

Meeker Fire and Rescue responded to 15 calls:

• Four ambulance requests, three medical transport, four traffic crashes, two BLM wildland fires, one unattended death, one alarm.

Rio Blanco Detentions 

• 21 current inmates, 20 males and one female

• One jail transport to or from another facility

• Two arrests, one each from MPD and RBCSO

• Two inmates released 

*Directed patrol is a new incident type for the sheriff’s office for traffic complaints, speeding, 4-wheelers etc. on county roads. The sheriff’s office will do additional patrols and track them.

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.