Press Release for
September 5, 2013
Chris Steffen, Chief of Police reports:
The following events were reported on September 4th, 2013:
Officers responded to a residence on Monroe Avenue for a welfare check on a man who had failed show up for a planned event. The man was located and everything was determined to be okay.
Officers initiated contact with two transient hitchhikers on Uinta Drive. The hitchhikers were identified and released from the scene.
Animal Control Officers responded to Maverik for a dog at large.
Officers responded to a residence on Riverview Drive in reference to harassment.
Officers responded to a residence on Monroe Avenue in reference to property destruction.
Officers responded to a residence on Hoover Drive in reference to a complaint about excessive weeds in violation of city ordinance.
Officers responded to a residence on Indian Hills to provide a civil stand-by for a property owner who was attempting to evict a tenant.
Officers responded to a business on Bridger Drive for a minor gas spill.
Animal Control Officers responded to the alley behind the Riverview Drive apartments for a dog at large.
Officers responded to a residence on Hillside Drive to provide a civil standby for a citizen who needed to retrieve some property from his residence.
Officers responded to Adult Probation and Parole to provide an agency assist with a male subject.
Officers responded to a church on West Teton Boulevard for a report of suspicious activity by a male subject. The male was contacted and the report was unfounded.
Officers responded to a residence on Greasewood Street for a report of a domestic dispute that became physical. Statements were received from all of the involved partied and the report will be sent to the County Attorney’s Office for review and possible prosecution.
Officers responded to a residence on Shoshone Avenue to assist a citizen.
Officers responded to the Green River High School for a two vehicle collision with no injuries.
Officers responded to the area of Wild Horse Canyon Road in reference to a report of a disabled vehicle with two occupants. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle anywhere in the area.
Officers responded to the cemetery in reference to vandalism. An unknown suspect dug a hole and burned a small area near a gravesite. Citizens are encouraged to contact the Green River Police Department if they have any information about this incident.