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Posted on: April 5, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/3/2013

Officers addressed a parking problem on East Teton.

Officers responded to the area of East Teton and Bridger in reference to a dog running loose.

Officers were dispatched to an address on Wilkes in reference to ongoing harassment.

ACO’s responded to an address on Riverview regarding a nuisance animal.

Officers took a report of property damage to a vehicle parked at City Hall.

Officers were dispatched to an address on 3rd South in reference to female not breathing. Officers arrived on scene and determined the female subject had no pulse, and began CPR. Medical personnel arrived shortly thereafter and began additional life saving measures. Prior to loading the subject into the ambulance she regained a pulse and later began talking with medical personnel in the ambulance.

Officers assisted personnel at Adult Probation & Parole.

Officers investigated a report of a hit and run in the Smith’s Food Parking lot.

ACO’s responded to 2nd North in reference to a dog running at large.

Officers were dispatched to Wyoming St. in the area of Wyoming Park in regards to parking issues.

Officers responded to West Flaming Gorge in reference to a dispute between an employer and a fired employee.

Officers responded to Anvil Park in regards to a boy throwing things at passing vehicles. The boy was contacted by officers and went home.

Officers responded to West Flaming Gorge in regards to a resident being harassed by another person who was at his residence.

Officers assisted medical personnel on Railroad Ave.

Maverik reported a gas drive off. Officers will attempt to locate the vehicle once the security cameras have been viewed. The vehicle was described as an 80’s model Ford Pickup with a long bed, either purple or maroon in color.

Officers responded to a local school after being notified by the alarm company that an alarm was activated. Officers searched the school and everything appeared to be okay.

Officers conducted a civil standby on Wilson St., so a person could pick up personal property from a residence.

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