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Posted on: June 26, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release 6/26/13

Press Release 6/26/13
Wade L Kobernick, age 47, of Green River was arrested on 6/25/13 at 7:09 pm on Commerce Way on an Arrest and Hold order from Probation and Parole for a probation violation. Kobernick admitted to his probation agent he had used marijuana recently.
Viola J Oakley, age 54, of Green River was arrested on 6/24/13 at 9:31 pm on Maryland Drive for Aggravated Assault and Battery with a Weapon. Officers responded to a domestic dispute and during the course of the investigation officers learned Oakley pointed a gun at her husband.
Officers initiated a welfare check on Bridger Drive on a 10 month old child at the request of an anonymous third party. The residence was messy but the child appeared to be healthy and cared for by the mother. An officer will follow up with the assistance of the Department of Family Services.
A Malicious Mischief report was taken on N 4th W when a church representative advised of a broken window at the LDS church. The damage was estimated at $100.
Officers assisted Department of Family Services’ personnel with a welfare check on Elm Street. No additional services were required.
A lost property report was taken on Bridger Drive when the victim advised she left her purse on the bumper of her vehicle and drove off. The victim retraced her route of travel and could not locate her purse.
Officers responded to a report of a found child on Arizona Street when the reporting party advised the toddler was on her front porch when she went and checked on her cat. The child was reunited with her mother.
Officers responded to a request for a subject removal from a local business on W Flaming Gorge Way. The subject was gone when police arrived
Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents by witnessing clients’ drug tests on Commerce Way.
Officers were dispatched to a juvenile problem on Scotts’ Bottom Road. Boys were hanging from the bridge and swimming in the river. The boys were advised of the complaint.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Arkansas Drive with a 66 year old female who was breathing but unresponsive.

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