Weekly Call Review: Nov. 4-10, 2019

Meeker Dispatch Center administered 473 phone calls last week including 23- 911 calls, 51 calls for Meeker Police Department (MPD) and placed 151 outgoing calls. A total of 180 calls for service were created, 78 for the Sheriff’s Office, 73 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 25 traffic stops

• Sheriff’s Deputies issued one citation on 16 stops

• MPD issued two citations on seven stops 

• There were no DUI arrests and 0 traffic arrests

Six traffic crashes occured in RBC, three involving wildlife and vehicles. RBSO and MPD assisted Colorado State Patrol on seven calls.

Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 71 requests for service

• 11 agency assists,

  Seven 911 hang ups/misdials

• 11 animal calls

• Five civil papers served/one eviction

• Three citizen assists

• Five motorist assists

• Two ranch checks

• Five suspicious incidents

• Two traffic complaints

• One each: attended death, business check, civil, disturbance, harassment, Search & Rescue, traffic hazard, trespass.

Meeker Police Department responded to 66 requests for service

• Seven Agency Assists

• Two 911 hang ups/misdials

• Four animal calls

• 30 business checks

• Five citizen assists

• Three civil issues

• Two motorist assists

• Two suspicious incidents

• Two traffic complaints

• Two VIN inspections

• One each: alarm, code enforcement, harassment, juvenile problem, M-1 transport, property, traffic accident

Meeker Fire and Rescue responded to eight calls

• Seven ambulance requests and one fire alarm

Rio Blanco Detentions

• 17 current inmates, 14 male and 3 female

• Seven arrests

• Four warrant arrests

• Eight inmates released 

• Booked in seven, two from Rangely PD and four from RBCSO, one from CSP

• Seven transports to or from other facilities.

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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