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The original item was published from 3/29/2013 10:56:52 AM to 4/30/2013 12:05:00 AM.

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Posted on: March 29, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 3/29/2013

Officers were dispatched to the area of 50 East 2nd South for a suspicious group of people hanging around. It was discovered that it was a group of males and females and everything appeared to be okay.

Animal Control Officers were flagged down by a person at the Horse Corrals, who was looking for their horse that had escaped from their corral the night before. ACO’s reunited the horse with its owner.

Officers were dispatched to the area of the McDonald’s drive thru, where it was reported that the driver of a vehicle at the drive thru may be intoxicated. Officers were able to locate the vehicle and a traffic stop was conducted. Officers discovered that the driver was an elderly female that was not feeling well. The female was given a ride to her house by Officers.

Officers were dispatched to the 215 Riverview apartment complex for a report of a verbal domestic. Upon arrival Officers discovered that an adult brother and sister had been verbally arguing. Parties were separated for the rest of the day.

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 Wilson trailer court, in reference to several subjects screaming at each other. Upon arrival, Officers were unable to locate the individuals involved.

Officers were dispatched to area of Cedar Street and the ditch located to the east of Cedar, for a group of juveniles attempting to light grass on fire. Officers located the juveniles and discovered the items they were trying to light on fire. Officers escorted the children back to their residences, where they were released to their parents or guardians.

Officers were dispatched to the 550 East 3rd South trailer court, where they received a report of trespassing. Upon arriving on scene, Officers discovered that William Stover had been threatening bodily injury to the occupants at one of the trailers. Stover was issued a Trespass Warning for the residence and advised that if he returned, he would be subject to arrest.

Officers were dispatched to the Iron Works metal fabrication shop, behind 65 East Railroad Avenue in reference to a Criminal Entry. Upon arriving Officers photographed the scene and Detectives from the Investigation Division were called out to assist processing the scene. This investigation is ongoing.

Officers were dispatched to the area of Hitching Post Drive and Upland Way in reference to a report of 2 dogs at large. Officers were able to locate the owner of the dogs and they were advised of the City Ordinance for Dog At Large and they were given a verbal warning.

Officers were dispatched to the area of East Flaming Gorge Way and Uinta Drive, in reference to a REDDI report (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately). The reporting person advised that the vehicle was driving all over the road and at a high rate of speed, causing a traffic problem. Officer attempted to locate the vehicle, but it appeared that the vehicle was heading towards the Interstate. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle, prior to it leaving town.

Officers were dispatched to the Hampton Inn, in reference to an abandoned 911 call. Upon arriving it was discovered that it had been a child playing on the phone

Officers received a phone call and were dispatched to an apartment on South Wagonwheel, in reference to a citizen assist and a child welfare call. The reporting party wanted some questions answered about the welfare of their child and wanted the child at the apartment checked. Everything with the child appeared to be okay.

Officer conducted numerous VIN checks throughout the city, at numerous residences as well as at the Police Department.

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