For the record


Staff Report



Mason County Sheriff’s Department

The Mason County Sheriff’s Department reports the following arrests July 1-5: Terry R. Waugh, 32, Patriot, Ohio, capias, arrested by Deputy Ferrell. Richard J. Rice, 42, Cottageville, domestic assault, arrested by Deputy Ferrell. Matthew T. Smith, 28, Apple Grove, violation of DVP, DUI second offense, arrested by Deputy Waugh. William E. Mullins, Jr., 33, Gallipolis, Ohio, DUI, no operators, stop sign, obstructing an officer, capias, arrested by Deputy Veith. Devon G. Jones, 22, Cairo, DUI, arrested by Deputy Cavender. Robert F. Shaw, 38, Point Pleasant, capias, arrested by Deputy Ferrell. Brandon E. Spencer, 35, Gallipolis Ferry, capias, arrested by Deputy Ferrell. Matisha M. Leach, 31, Point Pleasant, fugitive from justice, arrested by Deputy Veith.

Mason County EMS

From June 16 – 30, Mason County EMS was toned out a total of 288 times. Station 100 had 171 calls (59.4 percent), Station 200 had 39 calls (13.5 percent) and Station 500 had 78 calls (27.1 percent), this includes transports, emergencies and all others. There were total of 250 calls for transports and emergencies. There were 115 emergency patients and 133 transports. 115 patients broke down as follows: 34 (13.6 percent) general medical, 5 (2 percent) abdominal pain, 6 (2.4 percent) altered mental status, 13 (5.2 percent) breathing problems, 2 (0.8 percent) cardiac arrest, 4 (1.6 percent) seizures, 12 (12.8 percent) chest pains, 1 (0.4 percent) diabetic emergencies, 12 (12.8 percent) fall, 1 (0.4 percent) fractured body part, 1 (0.4 percent) head injury, 5 (2 percent) Hemorrhage/Laceration, 1 (0.4 percent) hypotension, 1 (0.4 percent) ingestion/poisonings, 11 (4.4 percent) overdose, 1 (0.4 percent) pregnancy / childbirth, 3 (1.2 percent) psychiatric problems, 1 (0.4 percent) stroke/CVA, and 1(0.4 percent) tachycardia.

Transport Breakdown: ALS transports: 15 (6 percent), C3ift transports: 3 (1.2 percent), BLS transports: 117 (46.8 percent).

There were 52 calls which resulted in not taking a patient anywhere: 7 ALS assists, 2 BLS treatment, transported by ALS, 10 cancelled enroute, two dead at scene no body transported, 1 lift assist to another crew, 3 no patient contact, 12 patients refused care, 2 refusal for vehicle MVC, 12 treated then refused, 2 stand by (fire), 2 treated transported by Air Medical (HealthNet).

138 Patients were transported to the area hospitals. These include transports as well as Emergencies and break down as follows: 83 (60.1 percent) to PVH, 18 (13.4 percent) to HMC-G, 7 (5.07 percent) to HMC-P, 11 (7.9 percent) to SMH, 15 (10.8 percent) to CHH, 1 (0.72 percent) CAMC General, 1 (0.72 percent) CAMC, 1 (0.72 percent) Camden Clark, 1 (0.72 percent) OSU.

Facility transporting out: PVH transferred 114 (95.8 percent), CAMC Teays Valley 2 (1.7 percent), St. Mary’s Hospital 1 (0.8 percent), OSU 1 (0.8 percent), Children’s Hospital Columbus 1 (0.8 percent).

Report complied by Karen Jones on behalf of Mason County EMS.

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Staff Report