Telecommunicators (911 Operators) at the Jackson County Emergency Services Center located at 100 Maple Street in Ripley answered 310 calls during the period of Wednesday, March 4 through Tuesday, March 10. Calls were in reference to the following situations:

• 1 Hang-up

• 5 Abdominal pain

• 2 Allergic reactions

• 2 Animal problems

• 1 Arson

• 1 Breaking and Entering (B&E) in progress

• 2 Be on the lookout

• 1 Bleeding/Lacerations

• 4 Breathing difficulties

• 3 Brush fires

• 11 Burglary alarms

• 1 Carbon monoxide alarm

• 4 Chest pains

• 1 Child birth

• 1 Deer hit

• 1 Destruction of property

• 3 Diabetic

• 1 Disabled vehicle

• 3 Disturbances

• 2 Domestics already occurred

• 5 Domestics in progress

• 2 Drug activity

• 10 Fall accidents

• 6 Fires

• 2 Fire alarms

• 2 General weaknesses

• 1 Headache

• 1 Hit and run

• 1 Illegal hunting

• 1 Investigation

• 2 Juvenile problem

• 3 Lifting assistances

• 1 Mental hygiene

• 1 Missing person

• 13 Motor vehicle accidents

• 2 Noise complaints

• 8 Public service

• 7 Reckless drivers

• 1 Road hazard

• 1 Seizures

• 1 Sexual assault

• 1 Shot fired

• 6 Sicknesses unknown

• 1 Stolen vehicles

• 4 Strokes

• 2 Structure fires

• 1 Suicidal

• 6 Suspicious persons

• 3 Suspicious vehicle

• 2 Theft

• 1 Traffic control

• 1 Traffic problem

• 85 Traffic stops

• 1 Transports

• 1 Trespassing

• 3 Unconscious/Unresponsive

• 7 Unknown law

• 4 Unknown medical

• 1 Violation of DVP

• 5 Welfare checks

• 3 Wrecker requests