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Posted on: June 17, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release 6/17/13

Press Release 6/17/13
Chelsea King, age 20, of Green River was arrested on 6/14/13 at 5:00 pm on Trona Drive for Assault on a Police Officer. Officers responded to a domestic dispute and during the course of the investigation King assaulted a police officer when she tried to get at her boyfriend at their residence after they were physically separated by the officer.
Officers investigated an Aggravated Assault in the area of the railroad bridge at S 4th W when a report of a male was stabbed by a female. Officers learned that a female transient stabbed a 21 year old male who was later transported to the hospital for treatment of his wound. Subsequent investigation showed all the witnesses, the victim and the suspect were traveling together by hitching rides on rail cars and they had just arrived in Green River earlier that day. Officers also learned alcohol had been involved and the suspect had left the area on foot after the assault. Officers were given a vague description of the female suspect and are currently looking for her locally. The victim, who suffered a stab wound to his right arm was treated and released.
Officers investigated a report of an Assault on Uinta Drive when 34 year old female reported she was slapped on the face by a 30 year old female. The suspect was contacted and she denied slapping the victim. Witnesses were interviewed at the scene and a report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.
An Auto Burglary report was taken on Wind River Drive when the victim advised her wallet was stolen from the console of her boyfriend’s vehicle sometime between 6/12/13 and 6/16/13.
A 12 year old female was taken into Protective Custody when it was learned she had self mutilation tendencies and she was perceived to be a threat to herself.
A report of Larceny was taken on E 2nd N when the victim advised someone stole two vials of prescription medication from her purse while she slept at a friends home in Green River.
Officers investigated a motorcycle crash on Hitching Post Drive when Kevin Miller crashed his 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle. Miller received trauma to his head and extremities and was transported by ambulance to the hospital. Alcohol involvement is suspected.
Officers took a report of a Hit and Run crash on W 4th N when an unknown vehicle struck a parked car owned by Kat Caddy-Dowley. No injuries were reported and damage to the Dowley car was estimated at under $1000.
Officers took a crash report on Commerce Way when a vehicle driven by Clinton Patton backed into a parked pickup truck owned by Leslie Harrison-Faulkner. No injuries were reported and damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each.
A property destruction report was taken on Railroad Street when an officer observed a plate glass window broken out of a local business. The owner was left a message regarding the damage.
A report of a counterfeit $5 bill was taken on W Flaming Gorge Way when a clerk at a local business advised she tried to make a bank deposit and was informed a $5 bill was counterfeit.
A Nuisance Property warning was issued on Riverview Drive.
A Harassment complaint was taken on Michigan Court; the suspect was contacted and was advised of the complaint.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Bridger Drive with a 2 month old child who was reported to having trouble breathing.
Officers responded to a 911 hang up call on Wild Horse Canyon Drive; the call was accidental and unfounded.
Officers responded to a request for a subject removal on Uinta Drive; three transients were given a trespass warning at the request of the manager of the business.
A trespass warning was issued on Railroad Street at the request of UPRR personnel.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel with a 22 year old female on Bridger Drive who had fallen and was injured.
Officers responded to a request for a subject removal on Uinta Drive; three males were asked to leave a business parking lot at the management’s request.
A juvenile problem was reported on Nolan Street; the area was checked and the juveniles were gone.

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