Deputy's Log: May 9 - May 22
June 3, 2021
Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received 64 calls for service during the weeks of May 9 to May 22, 2021 in the Lincoln area. Fourteen of those calls for service were traffic stops performed by deputies.
Five of those calls for service generated a case report in the last two weeks:
Monday, May 10. A deputy responded to a report of an assault in the Lincoln area. A male allegedly attempted to run a female over with his vehicle. The female had injuries and was checked out by medical. The male fled the scene, and the investigation is on-going.
Tuesday, May 11. A deputy responded to a report of criminal mischief in the 100 block of B Street. The complainant reported it appeared someone had tried to break into a window causing damage. No one made entry into their home. The investigation is on-going.
Thursday, May 13. A deputy took a report of a found wallet. The complainant found the wallet on a trip through Utah. The owner lived in Montana. The owner was contacted by the deputy and the wallet was returned safely.
Saturday, May 15. A deputy responded to a report of an assault near mile marker 100 of Highway 200. A male allegedly strangled his female passenger while driving down the highway. The female had injuries and was checked out by medical. The male was arrested for aggravated assault and transported to the detention center.
Monday, May 17. A deputy responded to a report of a disturbance on 4X4 Road. A male allegedly assaulted his roommate inside their home. The investigation is on-going.
Other calls for service in the Lincoln area were nine 911 hang-ups, one abandon vehicle, one injury-crash, two non-injury crashes, three family disturbances, one investigative call, one fraud call, three suspicious circumstances, one possible theft, and two welfare checks.
CALLING ALL BUSINESS/ BAR OWNERS! If you are interested in speaking with the Officer in Charge for the Lincoln Rodeo/ 4thof July weekend, please attend the next Government Day meeting June 4.