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Deputy's Log - 4/28-5/4

 

Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Deputies responded to twenty-two Calls for Service in the Lincoln area during the week of April 28 through May 4, 2019.

Nine of those Calls for Service were traffic stops performed by deputies in and around Lincoln.

With Spring showing its face and summer just around the corner, Lincoln is growing in population. The Sheriff's Office always receives more burglary calls around this time of the year in North Lewis and Clark County. This is due to snowbirds coming back and finding their properties broken into. North Deputies make extra patrols a priority in the winter but due to call load, they cannot be every where at once. There are a few things home owners can do to help deputies with a burglary investigation.

Install cameras or have game cams set up around the exterior and interior of the home.

Have a home security system set up for your property that will alert 911 of intruders.

Register your home with the Sheriff's Office so it can be added to our Vacation Home Extra Patrol List.

Deputies opened two new investigations last week.

First, May 1, in the 5000 block of Highway 200, Deputies responded to a report of a suicidal male. The male was taken to St. Peters Medical Group and released into their care without further incident.

Second, May 3, in the area of Aspen Lane, deputies responded to the report of a disorderly male. The male reportedly threatened the complainant. Deputies are looking into the matter and this investigation remains open. There is no immediate danger to the public at this time.

Other Calls for Service deputies handled were five Sexual/Violent Offender Registry checks, conducted either every month, six months or year. Deputies also responded to one suspicious circumstance call, one report of drugs, one disturbance, and one animal call. None of these calls for service generated an investigation.

Lewis and Clark County Deputy Sheriff

Robert Rivera

 

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