During the period of April 27-29 and May 2, U.S. Park Rangers at Grand Canyon National Park responded to the following incidents:
Friday, April 27
o Rangers took a report of one adult and five juveniles who were separated from their party at the El Tovar Hotel. The parties were reunited.
o Rangers took a report from Grand Canyon Kennel of a dispute over ownership of a dog.
o An emergency medical call was taken at Yavapai Lodge of a 37-year-old man complaining of chest pains. The patient was transferred to Medic 8.
o Martino Williams, 19, Kayenta, and Lester Frank, 19, Bloomington, Ind., both employed locally, were cited for minor consumption of alcohol.
o An emergency medical call was taken at Rouzer Hall of a 19-year-old woman complaining of difficulty breathing. The patient refused treatment.
o Rangers assisted the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office with a report of domestic violence at Moqui Lodge housing.
o Rangers took a report of shots fired in a wooded area behind Mohave Apartments. Two juveniles were cited for firing a potato gun.
Saturday, April 28
o Rangers issued verbal warnings to a Rouzer Hall couple who were under the influence of alcohol and involved in a verbal dispute.
o Rick Wu, 47, Las Vegas, Nev., was cited for illegally entering Mather Point with his Regents Tours bus and was given verbal warnings for bus idling and no IBP in possession.
o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of a 51-year-old woman with abdominal pain. The patient was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.
o Rueben Nelson, 23, Grand Canyon, was cited for shoplifting at Market Plaza General Store.
o Rangers issued a written warning to a 40-year-old Tucson woman for out-of-bounds camping at the Rowe Well ramada.
Monday, April 29
o An emergency medical call was taken at Bright Angel Lodge of an 86-year-old woman who suffered a ground-level fall. The woman was unable to walk, but was otherwise stable. The patient was transported via Medic 8 to Flagstaff Medical Center for additional treatment.
o Rangers took a report of a hit-and-run accident at Colter Hall. A resident’s vehicle was struck by a gold suburban, which then left the scene.
o Rangers issued a verbal warning to a 39-year-old man for out-of-bounds camping on the Arizona Trail.
o An emergency medical call was taken (no site reported) of a 3-year-old girl with a high fever. The child was transported to milepost 250 via Medic 1, where care was transferred to Guardian Medical Transport.
o Rangers issued verbal warnings to three Grand Canyon residents at Victor Hall for unreasonable noise.
o An emergency medical call was taken at Victor Hall of a 25-year-old man who had a seizure of an unknown origin lasting three minutes. The patient was transferred to Flagstaff Medical Center via Medic 8.
o Rangers responded to the sound of gunshots east of Mather Campground across South Entrance Road at approximately 10 p.m. Nothing was found.
o Edbert Woody, 32, Grand Canyon, was cited for shoplifting a bottle of alcohol from Market Plaza General Store.
Wednesday, May 2
o Rangers responded to a report from a 38-year-old Tucson man who reported that items had been taken from his bag the day before while he was taking a break from hiking on the Bright Angel Trail.
o Rangers issued under-the-influence of alcohol warnings to two Grand Canyon residents. Further information not available.
o Rangers issued an under-the-influence of alcohol warning to a 23-year-old Grand Canyon man after he was uncooperative with Amfac Fire & Security officers at Kachina Lodge.
o Emergency personnel responded to a dumpster fire at Rouzer Hall.
o Rangers assisted the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office with a driving-under-the-influence of alcohol arrest at the South Entrance.
o Patricia Antone, 50, Grand Canyon, was cited for shoplifting at Canyon Marketplace.
Ranger log entries for April 30 and May 1 were not available prior to deadline. The News will attempt to obtain the log for those dates for next week's edition.