This is a professional patient who understood the system well enough to get admitted to a hospital and the illness well enough to emulate the symptoms.
When the range was first built, we were probably several miles out of town. Today, the town has caught up.
You should also know who you are lending your car to. We've had people who said they loaned their car a neighbor and called because they haven't been seen again. (Officers) will ask what the neighbor's name is and they have no idea what the last name is. It doesn't happen often but it does happen.
The problems we've had were people who bring trucks in because they live here, go into a residential area and park it.
People think regular insurance covers the entire cost of a loss but it doesn't. It helps a lot though.
There was no risk or any concern. The livestock there went to higher ground.
People were being held more accountable, which is great. But we'd rather have the SHARP volunteers be well-liked and be a positive influence in the community.
Our town has grown. For a good quality of life you have to stay ahead of the curve.