Officers responded to Crossbow at West Teton in reference to a crossing guard violation. The crossing guard provided a description of a driver and a license plate number for a vehicle that failed to obey the stop sign while the crossing guard was allowing children to cross the street. The driver of the vehicle has not yet been contacted.
Officers responded to a residence on Homestead to speak with a resident who reported a possible computer scam. The resident reported receiving a suspicious Email from FedEx with information about a package he has been expecting. After contacting FedEx, the resident was able to determine the Email was not actually from FedEx. The resident was encouraged to continue monitoring any suspicious activity on his Email account.
Officers received a telephone report of an ongoing juvenile problem between two middle school students.
Officers responded to a residence on Greasewood for a suspicious incident. A resident reported receiving a call on his computer from a male with a Middle Eastern accent. The caller told the resident he was from Microsoft and instructed the resident on how to run an anti-virus application on his computer. The resident complied and immediately lost control of his computer to the caller. The caller then requested money to fix the problem. The resident contacted the police and was advised to take measures to protect any identifying information that the caller may have obtained during this attempted fraud.
Officers responded to The Wild Horse Saloon in reference to a physical altercation between a male and a female. The incident was investigated and no arrests were made.
Animal Control Officers responded to a residence on Pennsylvania in reference to ongoing complaints of a barking dog.
Officers assisted a resident with a report of an out of state possible stolen vehicle.
Officers responded to Rocky Mountain Car Wash in reference to a noise complaint.