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Police Reports

 


Officers responded to a nuisance property complaint on Evans Street.

Officers responded to a parking complaint on Wind River Drive. The owner of the vehicle was contacted and moved the vehicle.

Officers tagged a vehicle following a parking complaint on Elk Mountain Drive.

Animal control officers responded to a call of a dog at large on Crossbow Drive. The dog was described as a red and white dog with a blue collar. The dog was located and taken to the animal shelter.

Animal control officers received a call of two dogs at large that chased an individual on West 3rd South. Animal control officers contacted a responsible party for the dogs and completed a report regarding the incident.

Officers issued a traffic citation for alleged failure to provide proof of insurance on Upland Way and Doe Drive.

Officers gave a traffic warning for alleged cell phone use on Bridger Drive and West Teton Boulevard.

Officers were dispatched to a fire alarm at 1055 Wild Horse Canyon Road, which was determined to be accidental.

Officers attempted to locate a dog at large on West 3rd South. The dog was described as a black lab mix with a collar.

Officers responded to a report that property was damaged and stolen from a residence on Uinta Drive. The reporting party wanted a trespass warning issued to an individual for the property. Officers contacted the individual who was issued the trespass warning for the property. Officers completed a report regarding the incident, which was forwarded to the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office.

Officers responded to a request for a welfare check on an individual. The individual was contacted and the concerned party was advised.

Officers responded to a request for a subject removal at 50 W. Railroad Ave.

Officers issued a traffic citation for alleged speeding on 80 E. Teton Blvd.

Officers responded to an address in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival, officers learned the alarm was caused by a malfunction.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a report of identity theft. The reporting party reported that a person gained access to their cellular phone account, email account, Facebook account and bank account.

Officers spoke with an individual at the police department regarding a scam at 375 W. Flaming Gorge Way. The person reported they received a letter from Texas, advising they had a warrant for their arrest.

Officers responded to an address in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival, officers learned a relative had entered the wrong password, thus setting off the alarm.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a civil matter on Wilderness Trail.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a report of an out-of-control juvenile.

Officers assisted personnel with Castle Rock Ambulance Service.

Officers responded to a report of a juvenile disturbance.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a report of domestic violence. The reporting party wanted to make a report concerning an incident that took place last year.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a civil matter on Davy Crockett Drive.

Officers issued a warning for an alleged traffic violation on West 2nd Street South and South 4th West.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a report of vandalism on Brandner Circle. The reporting party reported that someone had thrown some objects into their backyard.

Officers responded to the area in reference to a report of a dog being struck by a vehicle on Anvil Drive and Shoshone Avenue.

Officers responded to an address in reference to an alarm.

Officers responded to an address in reference to a report of a fight on East Railroad Avenue.

Officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation on East Flaming Gorge Way. The driver of the vehicle, Marshall Mechling, 20, of Jamestown, was arrested for alleged underage consumption of alcohol, second offense, and for an alleged probation violation. A passenger of the vehicle, Trenton Greene, 19, of Green River, was issued a citation for alleged underage consumption. Officers contacted the parents of a third, juvenile passenger, and they were released to a responsible party.

Officers issued a traffic stop on Riverview Drive and Birch Street.

Officers administered a vin check on Lombard Street.

Officers responded to a parking problem on West Railroad Avenue and North 3rd West.

Officers conducted an agency assist on Logan Street.

Officers responded to a report of a scam, at the Police Department.

Officers issued a vin check at the Green River Police Department building.

Officers issued a warrant on Cottonwood Street in Rock Springs.

Officers responded to a report of a vehicle collision that occurred the previous day on Wilson Street. It was reported a parked vehicle was backed into by another vehicle. The driver of the vehicle left a note with contact information on the parked vehicle. Officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Officers received a call of a deer caught in a fence on Vermont Court. The reporting party was able to free the deer prior to officers arrival.

Officers responded to a medical alarm. Officers contacted the resident who was okay and gave the proper alarm passcode.

Animal control officers met an individual at the animal shelter who found a dog at Little America.

Officers contacted an individual who reported unauthorized charges to their credit card, on Bailey Court.

Officers completed a report regarding the incident, which is under investigation.

Animal control officers received a call of a dead bird at 475 S. 2nd Street East.

A 16-year-old female of Green River and a 15-year-old female of Green River, were issued a citation on Uinta Drive, for alleged possession of marijuana and released to a parent.

Officers contacted an individual, in reference to civil issue involving property on Davy Crockett Drive.

Officers checked on an unoccupied vehicle, outside a business after hours, at 550 Uinta Drive.

Luis Silva, 30, of Rock Springs, was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence, second offense, on Uinta Drive and East 2nd South Street.

Officers were contacted by an individual regarding a suspicious vehicle in the area of White Mountain and a possible bonfire. Officers checked the area of Wild Horse Canyon Road and were unable to locate the vehicle.

Officers issued a parking citation for alleged parking in a fire lane on Shoshone.

Animal control officers received a call of a heeler type dog at large, on West Teton Boulevard and Bridger Drive. The dog was located and taken to the animal shelter.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance Service on a medical call.

Officers were out with individuals for work restitution on Upland Way.

Animal control officers received a call of a found dog at a business at 200 Uinta Drive. The owner of the dog arrived and picked up their pet.

Officers responded to a report of an individual trespassing on Union Pacific property. Officers contacted Joey Anderson, 26 of Chico, Calif., who was arrested per an active Carbon County warrant for alleged failure to appear on an original charge of criminal trespass.

Officers were out with individuals for work restitution at 200 Uinta Drive.

Officers and the Green River Fire Department were dispatched to a report of a fire on a deck of a residence. Officers provided traffic control, while the fire department extinguished the fire. No injuries were reported, an approximate six-foot square area of the back side of the residence was damaged. The fire appeared to be the result of a disposed cigarette in a coffee can being ignited by the wind.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm on Wyoming Drive. Officers contacted a responsible party for the property who had the proper passcode and determined the alarm was accidentally set off.

Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at 550 E. Flaming Gorge Way. Officers contacted the involved parties who reported an altercation occurred and none of the involved parties wanted to pursue charges.

Officers received a call of a deceased cat in the roadway at 125 W. Flaming Gorge Way.

Officers responded to a report that a deer had been hit by a vehicle and walked away.

Officers assisted escorting the Green River High School wrestling team into town.

 

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