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

Officers contacted a resident by phone who had questions about pet adoption.

Animal control officers received a call of three dogs at large on East Teton Boulevard, two of the dogs were described as Pit Bulls.

Animal control officers contacted a resident in reference to a report of possible animal cruelty on Evans Street.

Animal control officers completed a report regarding the incident, which is under investigation.

Animal control officers responded to a call of a contained rabbit on Hitching Post Drive.

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

VIN numbers were checked at the Green River Police Department.

Officers contacted an individual in a vehicle that appeared to have been in a collision on Scotts Bottom Road.

Upon further investigation, Michael Anson, 55, of Green River, was arrested for alleged driving while under the influence.

Officers and Green River Fire Department personnel responded to a report of suspicious odor at a residence on South 5th East Street, regarding a possible gas leak coming from an appliance.

Officers attempted to locate a vehicle described in a traffic complaint as improperly passing another vehicle on Hitching Post Drive.

Officers met an individual at the police department who turned in a found syringe.

Officers met with individuals who had questions regarding a civil matter involving property on West Teton Boulevard.

Animal control officers received a call of a dog at large on East Teton Boulevard.

Animal control officers checked the area and were unable to locate the dog.

Officers returned a found driver’s license to the owner.

Officers returned found property to a resident on Juniper Street.

Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang-up call at an undisclosed address. Upon arrival, officers contacted the residents and determined a child had been playing on the phone.

Officers are investigating a report of juvenile problem involving an assault at an undisclosed address.

Officers responded to an anonymous report of a suspicious odor, possibly marijuana coming from a residence Bridger Drive.

Officers contacted the resident, located paraphernalia and a small amount of suspected marijuana.

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

Animal control officers received a report of an injured deer on Colorado Drive. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department were notified and animal control officers checked the area and the deer that was located appeared OK.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm at 840 Hitching Post Drive.

Officers contacted a responsible party for the property and determined the alarm was accidental.

Officers contacted an individual who turned in a found wallet at 905 Bridger Drive.

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

Officers responded to a report of an individual shooting rabbits in city limits near Elk Valley Drive.

Officers received a third-party report of an injured deer at 250 Monroe Drive. Officers checked the area and notified Wyoming Game and Fish officials.

Officers responded to a report that a vehicle struck a speed limit sign at 1105 Bridger Drive and left the area.

While looking for the vehicle, officers received a call form the driver and met them at their residence.

It was reported an individual was driving through the parking lot towards the entrance and slid into a speed limit sign.

A 17-year-old male was issued a citation for alleged inattentive driving.

Officers responded to a report of possible child abuse at an undisclosed address.

Officers contacted the involved parties and determined the call was unfounded.

Officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Officers responded to an anonymous noise complaint on Bridger Drive, in reference to people outside yelling.

A traffic citation was issued for alleged driving while under suspension and alleged speed too fast for conditions on East Flaming Gorge Way. The driver’s information was withheld by the GRPD.

Green River Public Works Streets Department were called out for snow removal.

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision.

It was reported a vehicle was traveling north on Jensen Street at the intersection with Barnhart Street.

The vehicle was struck by a vehicle traveling west on Barnhart Street, that failed to stop at a stop sign. No injuries were reported, Michael Keeley, 25, of Green River, was issued a citation for alleged failure to maintain liability coverage.

Animal control officers responded to a report of a dog at large on Missouri Court. Animal control officers contacted, Sadie Johnson, 21, of Green River, who was issued a citation for alleged dog at large.

Animal control officers responded to a report of a dog at large on Conestoga Lane. Prior to the officer’s arrival the dog was located by its owner.

Officers responded to a report of a malicious mischief at 520 Wilkes Drive, Apt. 6.

Officers contacted the reporting party who stated decorations in front of the business were damaged during the previous night.

Officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Animal control officers received a call of two dogs chasing deer on the Greenbelt. Animal control officers checked the area and were unable to locate the dogs.

Officers contacted a resident on Bridger Drive who reported their vehicle was damaged and fuel stolen sometime since summer. Officers completed a report regarding the incident.

Animal control officers received a call of three dogs at large on Monroe Avenue.

The reporting party advised the dogs may have gotten out of their yard due to a damaged fence.

Officers responded to a report that a vehicle struck a fence on Wilson Street during the night and left the scene. Officers later located the vehicle and driver.

It was reported the vehicle was traveling north on West Teton Boulevard, attempted to stop at the stop sign at the intersection with Monroe Avenue, slid through the intersection and struck a fence and a tree.

No injuries were reported. Cody Mefford, 25, of Green River, was issued a citation for alleged hit and run unattended property.

Officers checked on an individual on West Flaming Gorge Way, who advised they were OK and thawing out their vehicle.

Officers responded to a report of a possible prowler on North 6th West Street. The reporting party heard a knock on a window at the residence.

Officers checked the area, did not locate any shoe prints in the snow and were unable to determine the source of the reported noise.

Officers responded to a report of a possible missing person.

The individual was located at their residence and was found to be OK.

Animal control officers contacted an individual by phone who was checking to see if their dog was at the animal shelter.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious odor, possibly narcotics, at an address on Wind River Street. Officers determined the call was unfounded.

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision. It was reported a vehicle was traveling north on Alabama Drive, attempted to turn west onto Georgia Way, and collided with a vehicle traveling south on Alabama Drive.

No injuries were reported, Larry Curtis, 37, of Green River, was issued a citation for alleged inattentive driving.

Animal control officers attempted to locate a dog at large on Bridger Drive.

Officers contacted an individual by phone who had questions about a trespass warning on East 3rd South Street.

Officers received a call, in reference to a found wallet at 905 Bridger Drive. The owner of the wallet was located and the wallet was returned to the owner.

Officers responded to a report of a possible vehicle accident on the I-80 off ramp at Mile Marker 91.

Officers checked the area eastbound and westbound and were unable to locate an accident or motorist needing assistance.

Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on Bridger Drive.

Officers contacted an individual who reported having a verbal dispute with another individual who left prior to the officer’s arrival.

 

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