<center>Rangers' Log</center>

During the period of Feb. 9-16, U.S. Park Rangers at Grand Canyon National Park responded to the following incidents:

Saturday, Feb. 9

o An emergency medical call was taken at Colter Hall of a 21-year-old woman who was vomiting and sick. The woman refused treatment and was advised to drink fluids.

Sunday, Feb. 10

o An emergency medical call was taken on the Rim Trail of a 79-year-old man experiencing dizziness and exhaustion while walking. The man had an extensive cardiac and diabetic history. The man refused treatment.

o A 26-year-old woman (name, city of residence not reported) was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Coconino County Court after being stopped for an unsafe turn.

o Rangers responded to a hit-and-run motor-vehicle accident (site not reported). A Grand Canyon resident’s vehicle was damaged by another vehicle that left the scene before rangers arrived.

o Rangers responded to a report of a man, wearing only a bathing suit, walking on State Route 64 just east of the park boundary. Rangers were unable to locate the man.

o Rangers contacted several visitors at Desert View for out-of-bounds camping.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Brown Building for an unknown person. Upon arrival, the occupant of the room was contacted and no assistance was requested.

o An emergency medical call was taken on the South Kaibab Trail below Tip-Off Point of a 70-year-old man complaining of an injured knee. Rangers responded from Phantom Ranch and the patient refused medical care.

Monday, Feb. 11

o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of a 21-year-old woman complaining of severe lower back pain with numbness. The woman was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o Robert W. Trotter (age not listed), Grand Canyon, was cited to court after his dalmations, which were running at large, allegedly attacked and bit a contract employee on the utility corridor at Clinic and Center roads.

o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of an 82-year-old woman complaining of severe lower back pain. The woman was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic and later to Flagstaff Medical Center.

Tuesday, Feb. 12

o William Mustache Jr., 20, Grand Canyon, was arrested and charged with misappropriation of property and trespass following an investigation of theft from a guest room at the El Tovar Hotel. Mustache was transported to Coconino County jail.

Wednesday, Feb. 13

o Rangers responded to a report of vandalism to a trailer site in Trailer Village.

Thursday, Feb. 14

o Engine Two responded to a National Park Service dump truck fire. The fire was extinguished.

o Rangers responded to a dog bite incident on Boulder Street. A juvenile was bitten by a dog owned by a local resident. The dog was impounded voluntarily by the owner.

Friday, Feb. 15

o An emergency medical call was taken at the El Tovar Hotel of a 47-year-old woman complaining of chest pain. The woman was flown to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o Rangers served a felony warrant on a Grand Canyon resident (name, age, sex not reported) for assault on a person under the age of 16 with substantial bodily harm. The person arrested was transported to the Coconino County Detention Center.

o Backcountry rangers made a fugitive arrest (name, age, sex not reported) near the New Hance Trailhead. The hikers were off their itinerary when the fugitive warrants were discovered, as well as controlled substances. A suspect was arrested and transported to Coconino County Detention Center.

o Engine One responded to a fire in a National Park Service refuse truck. The fire was extinguished.

o An emergency medical call was taken at a local residence of a 76-year-old man who was suffering from hip pain after falling on ice. The man was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o Garrison Begay, 23, Grand Canyon, was cited for disorderly conduct at Victor Hall after he allegedly pushed another resident.

o Rangers responded to an intrusion alarm at Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic. The building was cleared and no one was located inside.

o An emergency medical call was taken in the wilderness district of a 47-year-old woman with an unreported medical problem. The woman was flown to Flagstaff Medical Center.

Saturday, Feb. 16

o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of a 21-year-old man who injured his back while moving a television. The man was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of a 15-year-old boy experiencing shortness of breath from congestion. The boy’s status improved upon relief of throat congestion and further treatment was refused.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Thunderbird Lodge of a 45-year-old woman with difficulty breathing. The woman refused treatment.

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