I worked a callout shift again with another platoon the day before our block started. The first call of note for the day came in as a missing child. As I got on scene we learned that the missing person was a non-verbal autistic child (he didn’t speak) and had gone missing near large fields, ditches and some brush with a few buildings. Continue reading Halloween weekend→
As I mentioned in the previous Broken hearts post I was just on a course at the Justice Institute to become a Qualified Technician on the instrument we use to collect evidentiary breath sample in criminal impaired driving cases. It was a great course with great instructors and classmates, the majority of the course were fellow members from Delta and a member from another department that I went to the academy with.
To cover for some of the platoon on leave I was back in my old zone for the day. On the way there I took a report that a truck was stolen from outside a residence. After some follow up for that I was dispatched to a single vehicle collision. I arrived on scene to find an SUV had lost control, struck 2 parked vehicles and pushed a parked pickup truck up over the curb and into a telephone pole. Continue reading Broken hearts→
We received a call that interrupted briefing, a report of a possible prowler in the early morning hours. Several of us headed towards the house including our K9 officer. After thoroughly checking the house and yard there was no sign of a prowler and the K9 didn’t pick up any sort of track. There’s no doubt the complainant heard something and it was better to be safe than sorry. Continue reading Coroner’s report→