Mason County Sheriff’s Department
The Mason County Sheriff’s Department reports the following arrests from Nov. 10-Nov. 22: Kyle D. Rizer, 29, Letart, DUI, destruction of property, arrested by Lt. Greene. Zackery S. Parsons, 25, Southside, bail piece, arrested by Deputy M. Stewart. Gregory E. Reed, 27, Ripley, DUI, speeding, arrested by Deputy Waugh. Johnathan P. Boothe, 30, Gallipolis, Ohio, fugitive from justice warrant, arrested by Deputy M. Steart. Iesha J. Pennick, 21, Mason, obstructing an officer, battery on a police officer, assault on a police officer, arrested by Deputy Ferrell. Joshua W. Criag, 36, Leon, domestic assault, obstructing an officer, assault on a police officer, arrested by Deputy M. Stewart. Jason D. Combs, 28, Leon, conspiracy to commit felony, arrested by Deputy J. Peterson. Travis M. Meadows, 29, Fraziers Bottom, entering without breaking, arrested by Lt. Greene.
Mason County EMS
Mason County EMS was toned out a total of 246 times between Nov. 1 – 15. Station 100 had 139 calls, Station 200 had 49 calls and Station 500 had 58 these include all calls, transports as well as emergencies and others. There were 131 patients taken to the area hospitals: 90 to PVH, 9 to HMC-G, 0 to HMC-P, 11 to SMH, 13 to CHH, 3 to OSU, 1 to CAMC Memorial, 1 to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, 1 to Jackson General, 1 to WVU Rudy and 1 to Marietta Memorial Hospital; these include transports as well as emergencies. All three stations were toned out 246 times; there was 175 calls which resulted in not taking a patient anywhere: there were 7 ALS assists, 14 cancelled enroute, 15 patients refused care, 4 treated then refused, 1 dead on scene, 5 no patient contact, 7 stand by for fire department, 2 lift assist with another EMS crew and 1 treated and then transferred to air medical. Out of the 110 emergencies that were toned and treated, but not necessarily transported: 41 general medical, 4 abdominal pain, 6 altered mental status, 11 breathing problems, 3 cardiac arrest, 8 chest pains, 1 diabetic emergency, 8 fall victim, 1 fractured body part, 1 hemorrhage/laceration, 3 hypertension, 3 hypotension, 2 overdose, 4 psychiatric problems, 3 stroke/CVA, 5 seizures. ALS transports: 12. BLS transports: 77. PVH transferred 52 patients.