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Log’s top 10

Published: Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

Following is a list of the top 10 items in the Custer County  Chronicle’s Sheriff’s Log for 2013 as selected by the staff of the Chronicle. The log is written weekly by Custer County sheriff’s deputy Seth Thompson.
No. 10
“Because we will offer them a heck of a deal on some
handcuffs.”
Monday, Oct. 7
9:19 a.m.: A stolen Jeep Cherokee was reported from a residence on Hawkwright Drive. If someone offers you a really great deal on a white ’97 Jeep with a dent on the door, give us a call.
No. 9
“Damages are expected to be 10s of cents.”
Friday, Nov. 15
8:13 a.m.: Burned bacon was apparently the cause of fire alarms that sent deputies and firefighters to Winchester Apartments in Custer. The bacon was apparently a total loss.
No. 8
“Here’s hoping Big Daddy has children who can 
show him how to 
lock a cell phone.”
Wednesday, Jan. 30
8:20 p.m.: A 911 hang-up call came from the Hermosa area. Upon calling the number back, dispatchers had to leave a voicemail message for someone known as “Big Daddy.” This is not the first time “Big Daddy’s” phone has dialed 911 by itself, but we hope it is the last. 
No. 7
“Frankenstein and Dracula also joined the pursuit.”
Thursday, Oct. 31

Following is a list of the top 10 items in the Custer County  Chronicle’s Sheriff’s Log for 2013 as selected by the staff of the Chronicle. The log is written weekly by Custer County sheriff’s deputy Seth Thompson.

No. 10

“Because we will offer them a heck of a deal on some

handcuffs.”

Monday, Oct. 7

9:19 a.m.: A stolen Jeep Cherokee was reported from a residence on Hawkwright Drive. If someone offers you a really great deal on a white ’97 Jeep with a dent on the door, give us a call.

No. 9

“Damages are expected to be 10s of cents.”

Friday, Nov. 15

8:13 a.m.: Burned bacon was apparently the cause of fire alarms that sent deputies and firefighters to Winchester Apartments in Custer. The bacon was apparently a total loss.

No. 8

“Here’s hoping Big Daddy has children who can 

show him how to 

lock a cell phone.”

Wednesday, Jan. 30

8:20 p.m.: A 911 hang-up call came from the Hermosa area. Upon calling the number back, dispatchers had to leave a voicemail message for someone known as “Big Daddy.” This is not the first time “Big Daddy’s” phone has dialed 911 by itself, but we hope it is the last. 

No. 7

“Frankenstein and Dracula also joined the pursuit.”

Thursday, Oct. 31

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