Sheriff’s report: Alarms found to be false

The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department received the following calls for the week of January 15 to January 21:
January 15: 12:58 a.m.: A carbon monoxide alarm went off on Lane 6 near Cowley and the scene was cleared. No issues were found with carbon monoxide.
6:12 p.m.: An officer initiated a traffic stop at milepost 223 near Lovell. A grey Jeep was cited for speed and a verbal warning for registration.
January 16: 12:00 p.m.: A welfare check was initiated for a resident in Deaver. A neighbor was worried because they had not seen their neighbor’s car move since the cold snap. Although the resident was not home, there were signs around the residence like footprints in the snow that the resident was out and about.
3:34 p.m.: An alarm occurred in Cowley. A Cowley officer responded, and the fire department was paged. No incident with the building was found.
January 17: 7:27 a.m.- A deer vs. car accident occurred on milepost 42 on Highway 14A West near Lovell. The vehicle was drivable, no airbags were deployed in the accident and no citations were issued.
January 18: 5:09 p.m.- A caller reported concerns for the welfare of a horse in Byron. The owners were contacted, and it was discovered that an unknown party had put 15 bales of hay near the pasture fence without informing the owners.
9:31 p.m.- A one vehicle rollover accident occurred at milepost 47 on Hwy 14A East in Lovell.
Note: The calls listed above were received by the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department. Persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney.