Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Report
The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office responded to 92 calls from Sept. 17-24. Anyone cited or arrested is presumed innocent. The calls included: Sept. 17
A deputy stopped a 2005 Dodge Journey from Washington at 10 a.m. and gave the driver a written warning for speeding.
A deputy stopped a vehicle at 10:30 a.m. on U.S. Highway 2 mile marker 658 and gave the driver a written warning for speeding.
A deputy stopped a vehicle at 11:25 a.m. from Alberta, Canada, and gave the driver a written warning for speeding.
The sheriff’s office assisted the Wolf Point Police Department after a complaint of a disturbance on Granville Street in Wolf Point. The suspect couldn’t be located.
A deputy responded to the Roosevelt Medical Center in Culbertson to assist an individual who accidentally locked handcuffs on a wrist. The Culbertson Fire Department was called to cut off the handcuffs.
The sheriff’s office responded after a caller said she heard a gunshot fired in a field near Idaho Street in Wolf Point. Officers didn’t encounter any persons.
A deputy responded to a burglary complaint in the airport addition in Poplar. Dog bites were reported to animal control.
The sheriff’s office assisted in the arrest of Jared Weeks-Comb on tribal warrants. He was transported to the tribal jail in Poplar.
The sheriff’s office assisted city police on Main Street in Wolf Point after a female reported an assault by her boyfriend.
A deputy assisted tribal police in downtown Poplar for an unauthorized civilian driving a tribal police vehicle. Law enforcement stopped the vehicle. Tests show that Angelo Boyd’s blood alcohol content was above the legal limit.
A deputy responded to a report at the Cenex West in Wolf Point about the behavior of a male by the fuel pumps. Weldon Drew was arrested for disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A deputy assisted the Wolf Point Police Department with a woman who was passed out behind the Albertson’s store. She was taken to Trinity Hospital and then to tribal jail in Poplar.
A deputy assisted the Wolf Point Police Department for a male passed out on his driveway. He was taken to Trinity Hospital and then to tribal jail in Poplar.
The sheriff’s office responded after tribal police requested assistance with a male suspected on driving under the influence of intoxicants. Deputies assisted in a DUI investigation. Tribal police charged Brandon Martell with DUI and took him to tribal jail.
A deputy helped with the removal of an adult male from a residence.