In the past two weeks the GRPD received eight reports of Property Destruction and Malicious Mischief regarding vehicles that have been “keyed” in the area of W Teton Blvd. The damage to these eight vehicles was estimated at nearly $30,000 total. An 11 year old male has been identified as a suspect and the reports have been forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.
A violation of a Protection Order out of District Court was investigated on Wilkes Drive when the victim advised her ex-husband has been contacting her by phone in violation of the court order. The suspect was contacted by phone and admitted to the violation. A report has been forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.
Ten Tobacco Compliance Checks have been conducted over the weekend throughout the city using an underage male subject attempting to purchase cigarettes. The project is funded by the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police in accordance to Wyoming State Statutes. None of the businesses in the city made any illegal sales to the minor.
A vicious animal complaint was investigated on Wilson Street when the victim advised while walking her two dogs a large dog attacked her dogs. The suspect dog’s owner was contacted and was advised a report would be forwarded to the city prosecutor for review.
A report of Harassing Telephone Calls was taken on Cumorah Way. The people involved were contacted and advised of the complaint.
Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents by witnessing a client’s drug test on Commerce Way.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Powell Street with a female subject who had fallen and needed assistance.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Evers Street with a 61 year old male who was having trouble breathing.
Officers responded to a Nuisance Animal complaint on Shoshone Ave regarding a barking dog; the dog’s owner was contacted and advised.