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Posted on: July 25, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release July 25, 2013

Press Release
July 25, 2013

Officers investigated a five day parking complaint on W. Railroad. Owners were notified and the vehicle was moved.

Officers responded to a gas drive off at the Maverik (59 Uinta). After being contacted, the owner returned and paid for the gas.

Animal Control Officers responded to Stratton Myers Park following a call reporting a badger in the area. Animal Control located the badger and relocated it.

Officers responded to a residential alarm on Lombard street. Officers reported that the residence was secure. No missing items or damages were reported.

Officers responded to 300 Uinta after a 911 call was made from a wireless phone. A female subject was contacted and reported she had accidentally dialed 911 while working.

A vandalism was reported at 441 E 4th S. The owner advised Officers that a window was damaged by a rock. The incident is under investigation.

A larceny was reported at 699 Uinta. The reporting person advised that a Wii was stolen. This incident is under investigation.

Officers responded to the Maverik (59 Uinta) after a call reporting a male subject panhandling on the property. The subject was issued a trespass warning.

Officers responded to Monroe Ave. regarding a citizen assist. The citizen had questions regarding a situation and was advised by Officers.

Officers were called to 380 S. Wagonwheel in regards to a subject removal. Owners reported that a female subject was causing problems and refused to leave the residence. Officers issued a citation to the female subject for trespassing.

Officers responded to a residence on South Carolina Dr. in regards to a welfare check.

Officers responded to a residential burglary alarm on Firehole Pl. It was reported that the alarm was set off accidentally.

Officers were called to a domestic disturbance on Riverview Dr after an argument occurred at the residence between a male and female subject. The male subject agreed to leave the residence for the night. No further problems were reported.

A Suspicious circumstance was reported on S 2nd E. Officers responded and determined that 2 subjects were working on a truck. Everything was reported to be okay.

Officers responded to a juvenile problem on Logan St.

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