The Washington County Sheriff's Office is wrapping up an internal investigation of its staff.
Records say the administration investigation looked into the night of April 9th, 2017.
It involved three out of four of the deputies on duty from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The investigation administrator, Major Troy Hawkins stated in reports that he conducted several interviews, after reviewing the shift report.
That report consisted of one entry line stating, "no calls for service."
The shift included forty-four man hours, with twenty-two hours spent in the station.
Hawkins stated he checked into previous shift reports, to conclude this was an isolated incident.
Officials say discipline and suspension times will be suggested when the investigation is over.