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Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Report

The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office responded to 63 calls from Oct. 29 through Nov. 5.

October 29

Deputies responded after a request for a welfare check in Fort Kipp. An unknown individual called about an intoxicated person arguing and children yelling for help. When deputies arrived, a sober adult female was present and said that she kicked out the intoxicated male and his girlfriend. The children appeared to be fine and sleeping. Deputies left the scene.

October 30

Deputies responded to Brockton School to assist with a call after a juvenile had suicidal thoughts. Deputies talked with tribes’ social services. The mother of the student was notified of the situation.

Deputies responded to a welfare check in Brockton when an individual wasn’t answering his phone. The juvenile was found to be doing fine.

October 31

Deputies responded to a road between Fort Kipp and Brockton where an abandoned vehicle was found that appeared to had hit a deer. Deputy requested a towing company to come to the scene. Deputies later contacted the driver of the vehicle.

November 1

Deputies assisted the Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice with a call west of Wolf Point. A female reported that a male tried to hit her and then took off walking. The male was later found in the residence. It was determined that it wasn’t an emergency.

November 2

Deputies responded to a call from B& S Qwik Stop in Brockton that a man came into the business who was told that he wasn’t allowed there. Deputies took the complaint.

Deputies helped the Roosevelt County jail staff with an inmate who attempted to commit suicide. The inmate cut his wrists with a spoon. He was transported to the hospital and then released to the jail.

Deputies responded for a report of an assault in Fort Kipp. The homeowner said a female walked into her residence and assaulted a person who was asleep on the couch. A person was allegedly hit on the head with a liquor bottle. An adult female is facing the tribal charges of simple assault.

Montana Probation and Parole requested assistance for conducting a probation check in Wolf Point. An adult male was charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

November 3

Deputies conducted a traffic stop for a broken headlight. A driver was given a written warning for driving with a broken headlamp and driving with license plants belonging to another vehicle.

November 4

Deputies assisted the ambulance service in Fort Kipp with an adult woman who was having a difficult time breathing.

Deputies assisted FPTDLJ in Poplar with a report of a fight in progress. An adult female said her vehicle window was broken. Evidence will be submitted to tribal court after video evidence is reviewed.

Nov. 5

Deputies received a report of a male sleeping in a vehicle at Agland in Poplar. Field sobriety tests were performed. The male tested positive for the presence of alcohol. He was arrested for aggravated driving under the influence. The report was given to tribal prosecutors.

FPTDLJ located an intoxicated driver at the Brockton pow-wow grounds. Deputies and Bureau of Indian Affairs Social Services assisted. The female driver was taken to tribal jail and charged with refusing a breath/blood test, driving under the influence, driving without a license, two counts of lack of child restraints, five counts of child endangerment and fleeing or eluding an officer. After being initially stopped, the driver drove off until being stopped at Riverside.

Deputies assisted the Wolf Point Police with a disturbance at Dad’s Bar.

Nov. 6

Deputies responded to Fort Kipp was a disturbance.

In addition to the citations above, the RCSO had the following activity: Wolf Point city limits, 17; Wolf Point rural, one; Wolf Point FPHA areas, two; Poplar city limits, four; Poplar rural, two; Poplar airport addition, one; Poplar FPHA all other, one; Culbertson town, six; Bainville rural, one; Froid town, one; any other area, two; Brockton town, seven; Brockton rural, one; Fort Kipp, 10; total, 63.

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