<center>Rangers' Log</center>

During the period of June 22-27, U.S. Park Rangers at Grand Canyon National Park responded to the following incidents:

Friday, June 22

o An emergency medical call was taken at the Canyon View Marketplace parking lot of a 22-year-old England man with dehydration. The patient was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o Three individuals (names withheld due to no ages reported by rangers) were cited for bead selling at Moran Point.

o Rangers issued a under the influence of alcohol citation to a male (name withheld, age not reported) who was found at Rouzer Hall. The individual, a terminated employee, was asked to not return to Amfac dorms or facilities.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the back door of Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic of a 30-year-old woman complaining of nausea, dizziness and vomiting. The patient was transferred to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o A base jumper (name, age, residence not reported) was detained and cited for successfully jumping off the Navajo Bridge. The man’s equipment was confiscated.

Saturday, June 23

o Danny L. Quimayousie, 27, homeless, was arrested for an oustanding warrant out of Flagstaff after rangers had responded to a report of shoplifting at Canyon View Marketplace. Rainbow Blackwater, 26, homeless, was charged with shoplifting.

o Rangers responded to an attempted suicide involving a 12-year-old boy at Trailer Village. The boy, who was not injured, was taken to Flagstaff Medical Center by his mother.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Maswik Lodge of a 67-year-old woman complaining of nausea and dizziness. The patient was transferred to Medic-8 and then refused treatment.

o Michael Short, 22, Tusayan, and Joshua A. Mathie, 22, Tusayan, were cited for trespassing at Colter Hall.

o Jacqueline C. Bishop, 19, Grand Canyon, was cited for possession of a controlled substance paraphernalia at Colter Hall.

o Jennifer H. Robertson, 19, Grand Canyon, was cited for minor possession of alcohol at Colter Hall.

o Michael Short, 22, Tusayan, was cited for possession of controlled substance paraphernalia at Colter Hall.

oAn emergency medical call was taken on the North Rim at Supai Tunnel of a 34-year-old woman who fell off her mule. NPS rescue personnel responded by foot along with a NPS helicopter. The woman had an altered level of consciousness, was stabilized and transported by wheeled litter and then evacuated by helicopter to the South Rim and on to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

Sunday, June 24

o Search and Rescue rangers short-hauled a 14-year-old boy out of a side canyon near Sockdolager Rapids. The patient was transported to the South Rim and transferred to Medic 8. No other information on the incident was available.

o Rita A. Benally, 22, Page, was charged with trespass after rangers contacted her in Colter Hall.

o Marvin W. Gooch, 35, Grand Canyon, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and trespass after rangers investigated a report of an assault at the Maswik Cabins. Gooch was found trespassing in Victor Hall. He was transported to the county jail in Flagstaff.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Maswik Cabins of a male (age not reported) who was intoxicated, unresponsive and unconscious. The patient was conscious upon arrival by rangers and was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o Sabrina Six, 22, Grand Canyon; and Elden Platero, 31, Grand Canyon, were cited for disorderly conduct and fighting for an incident at Maswik Cabins.

o Rangers took a report of vandalism at the Yavapai Cafeteria involving a broken glass door. The investigation was ongoing.

Monday, June 25

o An emergency medical call was taken at the El Tovar Hotel of a 24-year-old woman making beds who complained of severe back pain and could not move. The patient was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o An emergency medical call was taken on the Bright Angel Trail from the Devil’s Corkscrew of two day hikers (ages not reported) who were injured. One hiker had an injured knee, another had an injured ankle. They were flown out and transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

Tuesday, June 26

o Bartholomew Hubbard, 33, Grand Canyon; and Vencent Yazzie, 36, Grand Canyon, were cited for shoplifting after allegedly putting on hats, walking out of the Maswik Curio and getting on a shuttle bus. The pair was detained after getting off the bus.

o Rangers reported parking problems at Yavapai Point.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Canyon View Information Plaza of a 67-year-old woman with shortness of breath. The patient was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o Michelle Barker, 32, Tuba City, was cited for shoplifting and beadselling. The woman walked out of the Desert View Trading Post with a bag of hamburgers and was later located at Lipan Point selling jewelry on the hood of her vehicle. Emerson Joe, 27, Tonalea, an alleged lookout, was also cited.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the Bright Angel Cabins of an 8-year-old girl who tripped and fell. The girl was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o Gary James, 29, Grand Canyon, was arrested and charged with shoplifting and trespass. No other information provided. James was transported to county jail in Flagstaff.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the Phantom Ranch ranger station of a 58-year-old woman complaining of cardiac complications. The woman, who left a river trip to receive assistance, was flown out and transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o An emergency medical call was taken past the second tunnel on the Bright Angel Trail of a 49-year-old man with a knee injury. Preventative Search and Rescue rangers hiked out 1 1/4 mile with the man to the trailhead where he refused further treatment.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the North Rim Entrance Station of a man in his late 50s on a commercial tour bus who was experiencing chest pain. Rangers and an ambulance responded.

Wednesday, June 27

o Rangers responded to a report of a possible escaped convict at Maswik Cafeteria. A 19-year-old man wearing orange jail fatigues with "JAIL" written down the sides of the pants was detained and questioned. The clothing was obtained at a sale in Oklahoma City and he was cautioned to wear something else.

o A 19-year-old Grand Canyon man and a 20-year-old Grand Canyon man were issued verbal warnings for minor consumption of alcohol after contacted outside Victor Hall.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Lindbergh Hill on North Entrance Road of a person (age, sex not reported) involved in a single-vehicle accident. Classic Lifeguard responded from Page.

Silent Witness: 638-7767.

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