Officers investigated a crash at the intersection of Shoshone and Hitching Post. Laci Parker from Green River was cited for inattentive driving, no injuries were incurred.
On Sunday March 17th while investigating a fight at the Green Gander Bar, officers arrested Deborah L. Hibbard (AKA as Deborah McMurray) on an arrest warrant issued out of the Third Judicial District.
SRO’s tagged a vehicle parked on school property as abandoned and it was towed after the owner refused to move the vehicle.
On Monday March 18th at about 0730 hours, Officers took a complaint of an assault that occurred on 5th West. The assault involved a female juvenile and the mother of a friend. Both persons sustained injuries. The report has been referred to the County Attorneys Office for review. Officers later issued no trespassing notices to persons involved in the altercation.
Officers investigated a crash that occurred on 2nd South, no injuries were reported.
Officers took a complaint of damage to a vehicle. The owner was unsure when or where the damage occurred.
Officers had an abandoned vehicle towed from McKinley at Madison. The vehicle had been tagged previously but had not been moved.
On Monday March 19th at about 0038 hours Officers were dispatched to an apartment on Cumorah regarding an altercation between roommates. Both persons had been drinking and reported being assaulted by the other party. No arrests were made, the County Attorney’s Office is reviewing the case.
Officers assisted medical personnel on New Mexico St. for a female with difficulty breathing.
Officers talked to a concerned citizen who believed they had received change from a local business with money that may have been stolen.
Officers took a complaint of an abandoned vehicle on Shoshone. The vehicle was tagged and will be towed if not moved in the appropriate amount of time.
Officers conducted an investigation into a complaint that a student at Lincoln Middle School was possibly being abused. After interviews of all persons involved were completed, Officers believe that the child is not being abused.