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Posted on: September 12, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release September 12, 2013

Press Release
September 12, 2013

Officers completed VIN inspections on Knotty Pine, New Hampshire, and the Police Department.

A trespass warning was issued to a juvenile male from the Green River High School. The subject was not a student of the high school.

Officers investigated a burglary of a construction trailer at the Green River High School where numerous tools were stolen. The investigation is ongoing. If anyone has information concerning this incident, please contact the Green River Police Department at 307-872-0555.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to Doe Drive in reference to a small black and white dog that was running at large. The dog was returned to the owner.

Officers investigated a civil dispute on Virginia concerning the custody of the child. All parties involved were advised of their options and the dispute was settled.

A parking complaint was made on E Flaming Gorge and N 2nd East. The problem vehicle was tagged.

A disturbance was reported on Wilson where a subject had been locked out of her residence by her boyfriend and needed a civil standby in order to collect her belongings.

A medical alarm was reported at 320 Mansface. It was determined that the alarm had malfunctioned.

Officers assisted a male subject in finding two Doberman dogs that got out of a yard on Arkansas. One dog returned to the residence and the other remained at large.

Animal Control Officers impounded two dogs from the area of Saratoga.

Officers investigated some suspicious activity at Expedition Island. Contact was made with numerous subjects that were believed to have been involved in narcotics activity. No drugs or illegal substances were located.

A lost property report was taken on Railroad. The reporting person lost a wallet and cell phone the evening prior and was unable to locate it.

Clifton Goff, DOB 07/26/63, was arrested on a Sweetwater County Warrant for assault.

A barking dog complaint was made on W 3rd S. Contact was not made with the owner, so a notice was posted on the residence.

Officers investigated a suspicious vehicle parked behind the pavilion at Expedition Island. The owner of the vehicle was warned for camping in the City limits and agreed to leave.

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