Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Report
The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office responded to 56 calls from Oct. 23-30.
Deputies responded to a report of a stabbing victim in Poplar. Two males were found at the front of the residence. One had a stabbing injury. EMS arrived and took the individual to the Poplar Hospital. Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice is the primary investigating agency.
Deputies assisted FPTDLJ at the airport addition in Poplar to take an adult male to the tribal adult jail.
Deputies responded to a call from Albertson’s in Wolf Point of two females harassing customers.
Deputies arrived in Culbertson to assist with a medical call. Deputies and other agencies talked with the reporting party to make sure everything was OK.
The Wolf Point Police, FPTDLJ, Montana Highway Patrol and sheriff’s office attempted to serve a warrant to an adult male in Wolf Point. The individual fled in a vehicle at a high rate of speed and drove recklessly on a dirt road. He eventually eluded officers by traveling on the trails near the Missouri River.
Deputies responded to a call in Culbertson of a female in distress. Deputies waited until EMS arrived.
Deputies assisted FPTDLJ with a domestic dispute in Poplar. An individual was hit with a metal bar. FPTDLJ is the primary investigating agency.
Deputies assisted an adult male in tribal housing in Wolf Point who had his wheelchair stuck in the snow.
Deputies responded to a report in Poplar regarding two males with active tribal warrants. They were advised that the suspects were not at the residence. Deputies provided a warning about making false reports.
The deputy coroner was called to the Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point and advised that an individual had died. Coroner stayed until the funeral home arrived. In addition to the citations above, the RCSO had the following activity: Wolf Point city limits, two; Wolf Point rural, three; Wolf Point FPHA areas, two; Poplar rural, three; Poplar airport addition, three; Poplar FPHA all other, three; Culbertson town, four; Culbertson rural, three; Bainville town, two; Bainville rural, nine; Froid town, one; Froid rural, three; Brockton town, three; Brockton rural, four; Fort Kipp, eight; total, 57.