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Police Reports

 


Animal control officers met an individual at the animal shelter who was there to pick up their dog.

A traffic warning for speeding was issued on Uinta Drive.

Animal control officers received a call of a dog at large on Hillcrest Way. The dog was described as a black lab mix without a collar.

Animal control officers located two dogs at large on North 7th West Street. The dogs returned to their residence and their owner was given a warning.

Officers contacted an individual by telephone who reported they received a call of an attempted IRS scam. The reporting party did not provided any personal information and reported no financial loss.

Officers received a call, in reference to damaged property on Wind River Drive. The reporting party later advised the damage was caused by a tenant and they were going to handle the matter civilly.

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision. It was reported a vehicle was traveling east on Shoshone Avenue, attempted to stop at the stop sign on Hitching Post Drive, slid into the intersection and struck a vehicle traveling north on Hitching Post Drive.

No injuries were reported. Bonnie Berry, age 36 of Green River, was issued a citation for driving too fast for conditions.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance personnel on a medical call.

Officers assisted Wyoming Highway Patrol with traffic control for an accident on Interstate 80.

Officer responded to a report of a disturbance on Bridger Drive. Officers investigated the incident in which an altercation occurred.

Officers completed a report regarding the incident, which was forwarded to the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office.

VIN checks were conducted at the Green River Police Department building.

A VIN check took place on Medicine Bow Drive.

Officers assisted a motorist at 580 E. Flaming Gorge Way who had questions about road conditions on I-80.

Officers contacted an individual on Schultz Street who had questions regarding a civil matter, involving child custody.

Officers responded to a parking complaint at 905 Bridger Drive, in reference to a report of vehicles parked in handicapped parking.

Officers contacted an individual by telephone, in regards to a civil matter.

Officers contacted an individual who reported an attempted phone scam on Driftwood Street.

The reporting party received a call from an individual who claimed to be with the IRS and stated a warrant was issued for their arrest. The reporting party reported no monetary loss. The subject did not have a warrant for their arrest.

Officers responded to a report of a hit-and-run vehicle collision on North 3rd East Street.

The reporting party stated, while attempting to enter their driveway, another vehicle backed into their vehicle and left the area.

The reporting party advised they were not injured but their vehicle was damaged. Officers completed a report regarding the incident, which is under investigation.

While investigating a disturbance, Officers contacted Aaron Lassila, 34, of Green River, who was arrested per an active Sweetwater County Warrant for a bond violation on an original charge of domestic battery.

Lassila also had an active Rock Springs Municipal Court warrant for failure to appear and maintain contact with public defender for a hearing on original charges of contempt, verbal disturbance and interference.

Officers responded to a request for a civil standby on Wilderness Trail.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance personnel on a medical call at an undisclosed address.

Officers responded to a report of an individual causing a disturbance at 24 E. Flaming Gorge Way. Officers contacted the reporting party who advised the individual left prior to the officer’s arrival.

Officers responded to a report of a juvenile problem at an undisclosed address. Officers contacted the involved parties who had a verbal dispute.

Officers were dispatched to a fire alarm on Upland Way, which was determined to be a false alarm.

Officers assisted a motorist on Hitching Post Drive who was stuck in the snow and was able to drive away.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm on Comanche Circle. Officers checked the property which appeared OK. Officers attempted to contact a responsible party for the property.

Officers investigated a report of a hit-and-run vehicle collision at 150 Uinta Drive. It was reported a vehicle parked in a parking lot was struck by another vehicle that left the scene.

Officers later located the vehicle and driver that left the scene. Seth Lawson, 21, of Green River, was issued a citation for hit and run, unattended property.

Officers assisted a resident who locked themselves out of their residence on Lombard Street.

Officers responded to a report of a vehicle parked outside a residence on Conestoga Lane that had been honking their horn.

Officers contacted the individual who advised they were trying to a get a resident’s attention.

Craig Pierce, 20, of Green River, was arrested for alleged public intoxication.

Officers responded to a welfare check on an individual. Officers contacted the individual, who advised they were fine.

Officers contacted an individual by telephone for a citizen assist.

Officers responded to a request for a civil standby on Wilderness Trail.

Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute at an undisclosed address.

Officers contacted the reporting party who stated an altercation occurred and the other involved party left prior to the officer’s arrival. A report regarding the incident was completed.

Officers contacted a resident on Bridger Drive who reported license plates were stolen from a vehicle sometime within the last week.

Officers completed report regarding the incident.

Mistea Spence, 26, of Green River, was arrested for alleged domestic battery.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm on West Teton Boulevard.

Officers checked the property which was secure and contacted a responsible party for the property who arrived and further checked the property.

Animal control officers picked up a contained goose that had been walking on Bridger Drive and Citadel Street.

Animal control officers responded to a call of a dog at large running in and out of traffic on Hitching Post Drive.

Officers contacted an individual who reported receiving a threatening text message.

Officers responded to a welfare check on an individual who did not show up for work. Officers contacted the individual who was OK and the concerned party was advised.

Animal control officers contacted a resident, in reference to an injured stray cat on Blake Street.

Officers responded to a single-vehicle collision. It was reported a vehicle traveling in the parking lot at 350 Uinta Drive slid into a fence causing damage to the fence and vehicle.

Officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Officers met an individual at the police department who was aware they had a warrant for their arrest and wanted to turn themselves in.

Steven Smith, 24, of Green River, was arrested on an active Rock Springs Municipal warrant for failure to appear for an order to show cause hearing.

Smith also had an active Green River Municipal Court warrant for failure to pay bond as ordered on original charges of driving while under the influence and hit and run unattended property.

Officers responded to a request for a civil standby on Bridger Drive.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance personnel on a medical call to an undisclosed address.

Officers responded to a request for a subject removal at 38 North Center Street. Officers contacted the reporting party who advised the individual left prior to the officers’ arrival.

The reporting party stated they wanted a trespass warning issued to the individual for the property. Officers later contacted the individual who was given a trespass warning for the property and interviewed regarding a previously reported vandalism.

Officers received a call in reference to an individual walking in the road way on the overpass on Uinta Drive.

Officers checked the area and were unable to locate any pedestrians.

Officers received a call of a black lab at large on East Teton Boulevard. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the dog.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm at 840 Hitching Post Drive. Officers contacted a responsible party for the property, the property was checked and everything appeared OK.

Officers tagged a vehicle for a parking violation on North 5th West Street.

Officers checked on an unoccupied vehicle at a park after hours.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm at 220 Uinta Drive, Apt. A.

Officers contacted and employee and checked the property which appeared OK.

Officers responded to a report of an individual causing a disturbance at 59 Uinta Drive. Officers contacted the individual who subsequently left the property.

Officers received a call regarding an individual trespassing on Union Pacific Railroad property.

Officers contacted the individual who left the property and was given a trespass warning.

Officers responded to a medical call at an undisclosed address.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm on West Flaming Gorge Way.

Officers checked the property, which was secure, and contacted a responsible party for the property.

John Siegel, 27, of Green River, was arrested for alleged stalking and given a trespass warning.

Animal control officers responded to welfare check on two dogs who were reportedly tied up outside without shelter on Missouri Court.

Animal control officers contacted the resident who was advised of the complaint and need for pets to have accessible shelter when outside.

The resident stated the dogs were just let outside and have shelter in the backyard.

Animal control officers responded to a welfare check on two horses reportedly without water at 220 East Teton Boulevard.

Animal control officers checked on the horses’ water, which was frozen, and left a voicemail for their owners.

 

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