Williams 911: Dec. 31 - Jan. 13
The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) —
• Officers responded to several slide offs caused by the snow and shoveled out vehicles to get them back on the road.
• Officers responded to a call of threats at Love’s Travel Stop due to truckers arguing over someone cutting in the line to the fuel pumps.
• Officers responded to a non-injury accident at Grand Canyon and I-40 for a truck that backed into three other semi-trucks.
• Officers responded to Cureton Park for illegal dumping. A large stuffed chair was dumped in the creek. No suspects were located and the chair was removed to the transfer station.
• Officers responded to a medical assist report of an infant that may have ingested bleach. The child was evaluated by medical personnel.
• Officers responded to a disturbance behind a local bar. An intoxicated subject was pounding on the door. When contacted it was determined the subject was at the wrong residence. He was redirected to the proper location.
• Offices responded to a report at the Senior Center for an issue between employees.
• Officers contacted a subject camped in the Visitor Center parking lot attempting to solicit money. He was trespassed and advised of the no camping or overnight parking ordinance.
• Officers responded to a report of an accident involving a snow plow striking a tree and the tree hitting a vehicle.
• Officers conducted a welfare check for a family member of a subject that had not been heard from in two years. Subject was determined to be deceased months ago.
• Officers conducted a senior assist for a woman during the snow storms needing assistance.
• Officers responded to a report of criminal damage to a U.S. flag outside of a local business. A woman was arrested for destroying the flag. She was booked into Coconino County Sheriff’s Office jail.