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Animal control officers responded to a call of a bird inside a business at 180 Uinta Drive.

Animal control officers received a call of a contained golden retriever in a resident’s yard on West Flaming Gorge Way.

Officers responded to a motorist assist in reference to a vehicle broken down at the intersection of Riverview Drive and Uinta Drive.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance Service on a medical call.

Officers provided an escort for a funeral procession.

Officers attempted to locate a vehicle described in a REDDI report on East 4th South and Uinta Drive.

A traffic warning was given for an equipment violation on East Flaming Gorge Way and North 5th East.

Officers received information about possible drug use.

Officers responded to a parking complaint of a damaged vehicle parked in the parking lot on Bridger Drive.

A traffic citation was issued for alleged speeding on East Flaming Gorge Way and Highway 530.

Officers contacted a resident on Crossbow Drive who received a letter in the mail threatening court action, in reference to missing property.

Officers responded to a report of juveniles riding bikes and skateboards in and out of traffic. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the juveniles.

Animal control officers located a dog at large on Rhode Island Place and Hitching Post Drive.

A traffic warning for an alleged stop-sign violation was given on Powell Street and Uinta Drive.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance Service on a medical call.

The K9 officer was requested to assist another agency on Hitching Post Drive and Crossbow Drive.

Officers responded to a request to check on an individual who went into a restroom and has not come out of the restroom, at 580 E. Flaming Gorge Way. Officers contacted the individual who was OK.

Officers responded to a report of individuals arguing inside a business at 59 Uinta Drive. Upon arrival, officers contacted the reporting party who advised the individuals left prior to officers arrival.

Officers checked on an unsecured property, which appeared OK.

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision. It was reported a vehicle was traveling northeast on Commerce Drive and sideswiped a parked and unoccupied vehicle. No injuries were reported. Brittany Scott, 27, of Rock Springs, was issued a citation for alleged use of a cellphone while driving.

Officers observed three individuals outside arguing on West Teton Boulevard and Monroe Avenue. The individuals advised they had a verbal dispute and one of the individuals subsequently left the property.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance Service on a medical call.

Officers contacted an individual following a request for a welfare check at the residence.

Animal control officers met an individual at the animal shelter who requested the use of a cat trap.

Officers assisted with traffic control outside a business at 130 E. Flaming Gorge Way.

Animal control officers removed a deceased cat from the roadway on Hitching Post Drive.

Officers assisted agents with Wyoming Probation and Parole at 140 Commerce Drive.

A traffic warning was given for alleged speeding at 225 E. Teton Blvd.

Animal control officers received a call of a contained large brown dog without a collar on Wilderness Trail. The dog was taken to the animal shelter.

Officers received a call of a vehicle parked and partially blocking an alley at 38 N. Center Street. Officers contacted the owner of the vehicle who moved it.

Animal control officers received a call of a boxer puppy with a green collar at large on Madison Avenue.

Officers responded to a noise complaint of loud music coming from a vehicle at 475 S. 2nd Street East. Officers contacted the owner of the vehicle and the music was turned down.

Officers responded to a medical call.

Officers received a call of road hazard in reference to a large dirt pile in the roadway on Wisconsin Court and Pennsylvania Boulevard. Officers contacted an individual doing construction in the area who had an equipment problem and would remove the debris from the roadway.

Animal control officers were contacted by a resident who was looking for their black lab dog on Wilkes Drive.

Animal control officers received a call of a dog at large on Nolan Street.

Officers responded to a third party report of a suspicious person possibly urinating in the parking lot at 1105 Bridger Drive. Officers checked the area for the person and described vehicle and were unable to locate either.

Officers attempted to locate a vehicle described in a REDDI report that may have exited into Green River, from 102 mile marker on I80.

Officers assisted Castle Rock Ambulance Service on a medical call.

Animal control officers located a dog at large on Faith Drive and Evans Drive. The owner of the dog was contacted and given a warning.

Officers attempted to locate an individual with a warrant on East 2nd Street North.

Animal control officers located two dogs at large on Pawnee Circle. A responsible party for the dogs was contacted and the dogs were put back in their yard.

Animal control officers located a dog at large, the owner of the dog was contacted and given a warning.

Officers responded to a report of a disturbance of a verbal dispute between a juvenile and parents.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked near an exit at the school at 1615 Hitching Post Drive. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the described vehicle and observed individuals playing basketball.

Officers responded to a noise complaint of loud music in the area coming from a vehicle on Cumorah Way. Upon arrival, officers contacted the reporting party who advised the vehicle left prior to officers arrival.

Officers investigated a report of a possible sexual assault.

Officers responded to noise complaint of loud music in the area of Schultz Street. Upon officers arrival, an individual went inside a residence and turned down the music.

A traffic warning was given to an individual who was driving without their head lights on at 1170 W. Flaming Gorge Way.

A traffic citation was issued for allegedly driving the wrong way on a one-way street on West Flaming Gorge Way and North 4th West.

Officers checked on an unsecured property, which appeared OK, was secured and a responsible party for the property was contacted.

Officers responded to a request for a civil standby on Schultz Street.

Officers responded to a report of a damaged hoisting rope on a flag pole at 350 Uinta Drive. Officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Officers assisted agents with Wyoming Probation and Parole.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm on Hoback Street. Officers contacted an individual at the address who had the proper passcode.

Officers responded to a welfare check on a resident, who the reporting party had not been able to contact. Officers contacted the resident who advised they would contact the concerned party.

Officers posted a notice to abate a nuisance property on Reynolds.

Officers responded to a report of an individual sleeping on the ground on the side of a business at 900 W. Flaming Gorge Way.

Officers responded to a request for a civil standby on Monroe Avenue.

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision at 580 E. Flaming Gorge Way.

It was reported a vehicle was traveling west on East Flaming Gorge Way and struck a vehicle that was exiting a business parking lot onto East Flaming Gorge Way. No injuries were reported, officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Officers met an individual at the police department regarding statements made in a court order. Officers completed a report regarding the incident, which was forwarded to the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office.

Animal control officers posted a notice at a residence following a barking dog complaint on Sundance Drive. Animal control officers later contacted the resident who was advised of the complaint and given a warning.

Officers attempted to locate an individual for another agency on Cumorah Way.

Officers responded to a medical call.

Officers responded to a report of accidental damage at 1775 Hitching Post Drive. Officers contacted an employee who reported a city vehicle was damaged, while items were being loaded into the vehicle.

Officers located a vehicle on Arizona Street and Colorado Drive that was previously described in a REDDI report.

John Stine, 46, of Green River, was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle driving through alleys and streets in the area of Clark Street and Nolan.

Officers located the vehicle and spoke with the driver, who was looking for their missing dog which they found.

 

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