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Posted on: February 26, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 2/26/2013

Officers investigated a report of Larceny at the GRHS when the victim reported that $34 cash was taken from his wallet while he was at gym class. Subsequent investigation showed a student enters the locker room during the class and exit a few minutes later. That student was questioned and he admitted to stealing the money. He also confessed to several other thefts from the locker room over the last several months and estimated he had taken over $300 in total during that time.

A Larceny report was investigated on Bridger Drive when the victim advised he left a back pack containing over $750 in tools in the Smith’s parking lot. The victim stated he realized he left the backpack and returned to Smith’s and discovered the pack was missing. Officers reviewed the parking lot video from Smiths and a suspect was identified. When confronted the suspect stated he found the backpack and was going to turn it in to the police. The backpack was recovered and a report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officer investigated a Hit and Run crash at the Penny’s Diner parking lot when Kathryn Trempe reported an unknown vehicle struck her car causing over $1000 in damage. Trempe estimated the crash occurred at 5:45 pm. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

Officers investigated a Hit and Run crash at the municipal parking lot across the street from the Brewery Bar when Katherine Forrester backed into a parked bus owned by Sweetwater County. Forrester left the scene without stopping to exchange information with the bus driver. The driver was able to get the vehicle license number and a description of the driver. Forrester was contacted and admitted to the crash; she was cited for Hit and Run. No injuries were reported and damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each.

A Trespass warning was issued to a subject at the request of a business manager on Uinta Drive.

A Trespass warning was issued to an individual at Pioneer Park at the request of the park management.

Officers investigated reports of vehicles Passing a School Bus on Hutton Street and on Apache Ave.

Officers responded to an abandoned 911 call on Monroe Ave. A 5 year old child accidently made the call and hung up.

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