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Posted on: February 7, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 2/7/2013

Officers investigated a report of an attempted Criminal Entry on Crossbow Drive when the reporting party advised someone tried to gain entry into an office. No entry was made and the investigation is ongoing.

Officers investigated a report of Larceny on Sundance Drive when the victim advised someone stole prescription medication from her home. The investigation is ongoing.

An attempted Fraud report was taken on Wilkes Drive when the victim advised she received an e-mail from someone advising that they were with the FBI and there was a warrant for the victim’s arrest. The email further stated if she sent $98.00 to a subject in Nigeria, the warrant would be vacated. No money was sent and officers advised the e-mail was a scam.

Officers took a report of a lost wallet on E Railroad Street when victim stated he was drinking at a local bar and believes he left his wallet on the bar. The bartender and other patrons were questioned and no one had any information regarding the missing wallet.

Officers investigated a crash on E Teton Blvd and Alabama Drive when a car driven by a 16 year old male struck the rear of a pickup truck driven by Justin Saccomano. No injuries were reported and damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each. The juvenile was cited for Inattentive Driving.

Officers responded to a burglar alarm at a business on E Flaming Gorge Way; the building was secure and the alarm was unfounded.

Officers responded to a dog at large complaint at Evers Park; the dog ran home and the dog’s owner was contacted and advised of the complaint.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on W 3rd N with an 83 year old female who fell and was injured; she was transported to the hospital.

Officers responded to a report of an elderly male wearing a robe, pajamas and slippers standing on the corner of Wyoming Drive; officers were unable to locate the subject.

Officers responded to an anonymous report of gunshots on W 2nd N. A woman walking her dog in the area was contacted and she stated she believes she saw fireworks being set off and the report was unfounded.

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