Wednesday, March 7
o A Grand Canyon resident was cited for shoplifting and under the influence of alcohol after an incident at Market Plaza General Store. After being observed concealing a one-liter bottle of whiskey in his coat, the suspect was confronted in the restroom where he was drinking the whiskey. A breath test was given and he tested 0.251.
o A Grand Canyon resident was cited for shoplifting and under the influence of alcohol after an incident at Market Plaza General Store. The suspect, who had been observed placing a bottle of whiskey in his pants, tested 0.17 in a breath test.
o Rangers responded to a report of someone banging on their window at Albright apartments. Rangers were unable to locate anyone in the area.
o An emergency medical call was taken at Bright Angel Lodge of a 52-year-old visitor (no sex reported) reporting chest pains. The patient was transferred to Guardian Medical Transport.
o Rangers responded to a report of a male running down halls in Victor Hall making threats. A suspect, who had been cutoff from alcohol earlier in the night at Maswik Bar, was contacted for making loud noise.
Thursday, March 8
o Rangers took a report from a 25-year-old Switzerland resident of stolen engine parts from his rental vehicle. The vehicle was parked at the Bright Angel Trailhead parking area.
o Timothy Bedoni, 36, Grand Canyon, was cited for under the influence of alcohol. Bedoni tested 0.155 for alcohol while submitting to a portable breath test.
o Rangers responded to a report of bead sellers at Lipan Point. Further information not available.
o An emergency medical call was taken at Maswik Lodge of a 74-year-old man with difficulty breathing. Basic life support was administered and the patient was transferred to Medic 8.
o Rangers responded to a report of loud noise at 1:30 a.m. at Rouser Hall. Ten individuals ranging in age from 24 to 43 were given warnings and asked to leave.
Friday, March 9
o Rangers responded to a request for assistance from the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office regarding the investigation of controlled substance use at Wendy’s housing.
o Rangers responded to a report of a ring-tailed cat trapped in a closet at the El Tovar Hotel.
Saturday, March 10
o A Grand Canyon man was cited for disorderly conduct and fighting after a physical altercation with his wife.
o Rangers reported three vehicles off the road due to an early morning snowstorm. No injuries or property damage was reported.
o Rangers responded to a report from a Massachusetts woman that her mother had become disoriented and was missing. The woman was found a short time later riding a Paul Revere shuttle bus.
o A 29-year-old Grand Canyon man was issued a verbal warning for disorderly conduct after he allegedly knocked a chair down the stairs at Victor Hall.
o Rangers responded to a report of a fight at Colter Hall, but were unable to locate one.
Sunday, March 11
o An emergency medical call was taken of a 40-year-old Grand Canyon man who was having an asthma attack. Upon arrival by rangers, the man was stable and refused treatment.
o Rangers responded to a report of burglary from a room at Victor Hall. The resident reported that his room was entered through a bedroom window. Taken were clothes and a wallet, which included $100 cash, his Arizona state identification card and a bank debit card. The investigation was continuing.
o Rangers reported several vehicle slide-offs due to snowy and slick roads. There were also several fallen trees, blocking the roads. The park’s wildland fire staff was called out to remove the trees. East Rim Drive was closed for a period of time.
o Rangers responded to a domestic violence call involving a 26-year-old Grand Canyon man who allegedly punched his girlfriend and threw her on a bed. The man was issued a warning. The victim did not want to press charges.
Monday, March 12
o Rangers took a report of a tree falling on a Flagstaff man’s truck, which was parked in front of Maswik Lodge building No. 4. There was damage to the truck.
o Rangers responded to a report of an unconscious man in the lobby of Rouser Hall. Upon arrival, rangers discovered the 38-year-old Third Mesa man was just sleeping. The man was a terminated Amfac employee and was asked to leave the property.
o Rangers received a report from a visitor through a shuttle bus driver concerning a possible over-the-rim fall. The man thought his son had fallen over the edge of Mohave Point because he lost sight of him while he was walking along the rim. Upon rangers’ arrival, it was determined that his son had walked to Hopi Point as they had previously discussed.
o An emergency medical call was taken in the lobby of Brandt Hall of a person experiencing chest pain. Upon arrival, rangers could not locate a patient anywhere in Brandt Hall or Rouser Hall.
o Fire officials responded to a dumpster fire on R Street in Trailer Village. The fire was extinguished.
o An emergency medical call was taken at the back door of Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic of a woman complaining of a sprained ankle. The patient refused treatment.
o Rangers issued a verbal warning to a 23-year-old man for camping approximately 200 yards in the woods from the South Entrance parking lot.
Tuesday, March 13
o Rangers took a report from a 42-year-old Georgetown, Texas, man who said another vehicle backed into his vehicle in the Market Plaza General Store parking lot and left the scene.
o Rangers responded to a report of a 32-year-old man threatening to jump off the rim. The man was contacted at Victor Hall and he requested assistance to go to Flagstaff for help. The man was transported via Medic-8.
o Doran A. Nelson, 38, Second Mesa, was arrested for shoplifting and under the influence of alcohol and transported to Coconino County Sheriff’s Department jail. On March 14, he was transported to court and given time served and a $200 fine.
Wednesday, March 14
o An emergency medical call was taken at Victor Hall of a man (no age reported) complaining of chest pain. The patient was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.
o Rangers responded to a report of a 79-year-old man who had become separated from his son for approximately 10 hours. The party was found and they were reunited.
o An emergency medical call was taken at the first overlook on Hermit Road of a 71-year-old man who tripped and fell. The patient was given basic life support treatment on scene.
o Rangers took a report from a Grand Canyon resident who reported a "Spirit of America" bus backed in to her parked vehicle at the Market Plaza General Store parking lot, causing $250 damage. The bus driver did not leave driver information and the investigation was continuing.
o Rangers took a report of hit and run at the Market Plaza General Store parking lot of a parked vehicle that sustained $2,500 in damage. The suspect vehicle is a white truck with red marks on it from the other vehicle.
Thursday, March 15
o Nothing reported.
Friday, March 16
o Rangers took a report of vandalism from a local resident who said an unknown person threw a large rock at his vehicle’s windshield in front of building 5 on Straight Street. The windshield was smashed. The investigation was continuing.
o An emergency medical call was taken of a 56-year-old woman who fell while getting off a shuttle bus. The patient refused treatment.
o Rangers took a report of a white man who allegedly kicked in a door at Colter Hall. Rangers determined the report to be unfounded.
o Rangers took a report from a Yavapai Lodge employee of car tires screeching followed by a loud thump in the area of Market Plaza General Store and park headquarters. Rangers were unable to locate anything.
o Rangers responded to a noise complaint on R Street in Trailer Village. Upon arrival, all was quiet.