News Flash Home
The original item was published from 4/18/2013 11:35:26 AM to 5/19/2013 12:05:01 AM.

News Flash

Police Department

Posted on: April 18, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/18/2013

Officers took a report of a malicious mischief on Hackberry. The owner of the vehicle reported the back window on the camper shell getting broken out.

Officers took a report that a person felt they were being threatened on their Facebook page by an unknown person.

Officers took a report of an auto burglary on West Teton.

Chad Doak of Rock Springs was arrested for Contempt of Court out of the Green River Municipal Court. Doak had failed to pay for four prior citations.

Officers responded to 4th West in regards to a parking complaint. The owner of the vehicle was advised.

Officers responded to Commerce Dr to assist Probation and Parole Agents on multiple occasions.

ACO’s responded to Idaho St in reference to a report of a Bernese Mountain Dog on the callers front porch. The dog was gone when ACO’s arrived.

A local citizen picked up a Chocolate Lab that was running loose and turned it over to the ACO’s.

SRO’s investigated a crash at the GRHS.

ACO’s responded to an address on Tennessee regarding a dog running loose. The ACO’s were able to contact the owner and the dogs were picked up.

Officers assisted medical personnel at 700 Crossbow.

Officers responded to Hitching Post in reference to a person sitting in a vehicle for 15 to 20 minutes and taking pictures of a residence. Officers located and contacted the driver of the vehicle. He was waiting for a realtor to show them the house but the realtor did not show up.

Officers responded to an alarm on Hitching Post.

Officers responded to Uinta and Riverview in regards to a dog which was running loose but had been picked by a worried citizen. The dog was returned to its owner.

Officers responded to the area of the GRHS in reference to a small brown Pug dog running loose.

Officers responded to a business on Flaming Gorge in reference to a possible burglary. After an initial investigation the report was unfounded.

Officers assisted medical personnel on 7th West.

Officers responded to South Wagon Wheel regarding a loud music complaint. The subject was contacted and the music was turned down.

Facebook Twitter Email