Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Report
The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office responded to 62 calls of service from Oct. 9-15. The office is currently serving 605 jury packets to area residents.
The calls included: October 9
Deputies responded to a report by a woman in Bainville that someone had stolen her children’s bikes. Deputies toured the town looking for the bikes. A relative had put the bikes in a storage unit.
Deputies responded to a call from Gracie’s Bar in Bainville regarding that someone broke a window of a vehicle. Deputies made a report of criminal mischief.
Deputies responded to Fort Kipp on a report of a suicidal adult female. When contacted, she said she was fine. Family members said they would keep an eye on her.
Deputies responded to a complaint of an adult male who came home and was “raising Cain.” Kameron Beston, 21, was taken to tribal jail.
October 11 A Brockton woman reported that someone was harassing her when she went to the store. Deputies searched for the individual.
Deputies responded to Poplar where juveniles were throwing rocks at a residence. Deputies searched the area.
Deputies responded to the Poplar American Legion for a report of an intoxicated female who refused to leave the premises. Deputies told her she needed to leave. Tiona Jones, 29, of Brockton was arrested for disorderly conduct and was advised of her tribal rights.
A report was received of a stolen 2012 Dodge Ram in Culbertson. Deputies couldn’t locate the vehicle.
Deputies responded to the Poplar Hospital for a male who reported being hit with a baseball bat and suffering injuries to his head and arm. Deputies conducted interviews with witnesses and a suspect. A bat was taken for evidence. The report was forwarded to tribal court prosecutors for review.
A report was received of a fight at the MDU building in Poplar. An adult male had signs of injuries and an ambulance was dispatched to the scene. A third party showed a video of the fight to deputies. Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice assisted with the call. William Lambert III, 31, was given a citation for disorderly conduct.
Deputies and coroner received a report of an apparent suicide at the skate park in Wolf Point.
In addition to the citations above, the RCSO had the following activity: Wolf Point city limits, 20; Wolf Point rural, six; Wolf Point FPHA areas, one; Poplar city limits, four; Poplar rural, one; Poplar FPHA all other, 12; Culbertson town, 10; Culbertson rural, three; Bainville town, six; Bainville rural, 18; Froid town, two; Froid rural, two; Brockton town, 13; Brockton rural, four; Fort Kipp, nine; total, 103.