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Police say they're available for welfare checks

Three welfare checks were requested this past Tuesday afternoon across Door County in less than one hour, but the Door County Sheriff’s Department says it doesn’t mind responding if that eases concerns. Deputy Chief Pat McCarty says in these particular cases, each call was routed through a separate agency. 

 


McCarty says that, overall, calls are down slightly compared to a typical early spring period. That allows the department to perform lower priority calls like welfare checks without straining its resources too much.

 

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