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Record  - August 25, 2014


Sharp dog....

Blade finds blade

On August 16, 2014 K9 Deputy Small and "Blade" were called out to search for a knife that was thrown from a car East of Medicine Lodge. They responded and started their search, and approximately ten minutes later "Blade" alerted. Deputy Small went to the location and found the knife in the grass. Officers and Deputies had been searching the ditch with no luck before calling out the K9 team. "Blade" has been with the Sheriff's Office for just two weeks and is already a great asset to the Office. Scott Tarpley from Canine Unlimited Inc. of Tulsa trained Blade and worked with Deputy Small.

 

Sheriff’s News

08-11-14 Shawn Brack, Mullinville, driving a 2012 Dodge struck a deer on U281 about 3 miles south of Medicine Lodge. Over $1000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Undersheriff Tedder assisted by MLPD Chief Krug and MLPD Officer Hall.

08-11-14 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Main Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital.

08-12-14 Tristan Seigworth, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2007 Pontiac struck a deer on U281 about 5 miles north of Medicine Lodge. Over $1000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Sheriff Rugg.

08-12-14 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from Fourth Street to Kiowa Hospital.

08-13-14 Alan Brown, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2000 Chev struck a deer on U281 near Elm Mills. Over $1000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Deputy Small.

08-14-14 Deputy Small investigated a burglary in the Grove.

08-17-14 Mabel Boots, Ashby, Nebraska, driving a 2010 Lincoln SUV struck a deer on U281 near Elm Mills. Over $1000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Deputy Richardson.

During the week officers received 8 reports of cattle out; 3 reports of goats out; performed 18 Public Assists; and assisted two other agencies.

ARRESTS: 3

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