Press Release for
September 23, 2013
Chris Steffen, Chief of Police reports:
The following events were reported September 20th through September 23rd:
Animal Control Officers responded to a residence on Birch Street for a vicious animal call.
Officers provided a citizen assist at Arctic Circle.
Animal Control Officers responded to a residence on Bridger Drive to complete a welfare check on dogs that bark continuously and are possibly not receiving adequate water.
Officers responded to Adult Probation and Parole twice over the weekend to serve Sweetwater County arrest warrants. 53 year old Terence M. McClanahan, and 36 year old Evan R. Martinez
were arrested for probation violations. Both subjects were transported to the detention center.
Officers provided multiple escorts through town for vehicles with wide loads.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel with medical calls on Monroe Avenue and Anvil Drive.
The Green River Nuisance Officer addressed nuisance issues at a residence on Clark Street.
Officers responded to a location on Flaming Gorge Way for a report of three transient hitchhikers.
Officers responded to Club 86 in reference to property damage by a bar patron.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the area of Uinta Drive and Miller Street for a report of an injured deer.
Officers responded to a residence on West Teton Boulevard for a report of Possession of Spice. The subject was issued a citation and will face the charges in court at a later date.
Officers responded to a residence on Mountain View Drive for a report of two dogs at large.
Officers responded to Smiths on Bridger Drive in reference to found property. An employee turned in two driver’s licenses, which were booked into evidence and will be returned to the owners.
Officers responded to the school district bus garage in reference to a bus light violation. The violator was identified and issued a citation.
Officers were dispatched to the Green River High School, Lincoln Middle School and Monroe Middle School for reports of juvenile problems.
Officers responded to a location on Hitching Post Drive for a motorcycle crash. No property damage or injuries were reported.
Animal Control Officers responded to the horse corrals to investigate animal cruelty to a horse. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers responded to the Union Pacific rail yard in reference to a disturbance with four transients. Railroad employees contacted the police department to report the emergency brakes of a train had been activated by a group of transients, which caused the train to go into emergency mode. The transients then jumped from the train and were soon afterwards located by officers. The transients denied pulling the emergency brake on the train; however one of the transients, 19 year old Derek Dunn, was found to have an open container of alcohol. Dunn was arrested for the offense and transported to the detention center.
Officers responded to a residence on Faith Drive in reference to found property.
Officers responded to the Green River High School for a two vehicle crash with no injuries.
Officers assisted a citizen on Bridger Drive with questions regarding civil-stand-bys.
Officers responded to a location on West Railroad Avenue for a report of two four wheelers and a utility trailer that had been stolen. The investigation into this report is ongoing.
Animal Control Officers responded to the area of the Splash Park for a report of a dog running at large.
Officers issued a trespass warning to a former employee of Subway. The trespass warning was issued at the request of the business owner.
Officers responded to the Ponderosa Bar for a report of a physical altercation between a male and a female. The altercation began due to some civil property issues and the male reportedly struck the female in the side of the head. Officers gathered statements from both involved parties and from a witness to the incident. The report will be sent to the County Attorney’s Office for review and possible prosecution.
Officers removed traffic hazards from the road on Uinta Drive.
Officers responded to a verbal domestic disturbance on Wilson Street.
Officers assisted citizens with a family disturbance on West Railroad Avenue.
Officers responded to The Maverik for a gas skip. The suspect vehicle has not yet been identified.
Officers responded to a residence on Cumorah Way for a verbal domestic dispute.
Officers provided a citizen assist with civil issues on West Flaming Gorge Avenue.
Officers responded to a residence on Crossbow for a noise complaint.
Officers responded to a residence on Commerce Way for a report of a physical domestic dispute between a mother and her daughter. Statements were received from both parties and the report will be forwarded to the County Attorney’s Office for review.
Officers received a REDDI report on Flaming Gorge Way. Upon locating the vehicle, it was parked in the driveway of a residence and no further action was taken.
Officers responded to an accidental residential alarm on Alamosa Circle.
Officers responded to a residence of East Teton Boulevard for a report of a stolen flatbed trailer. The owner later located the trailer at the horse corrals, and it was determined it had been taken accidentally.
Officers responded to an apartment on Wilkes Drive for a noise complaint.
Animal Control Officers responded to the area of East 4th North for a dog at large.
Officers responded to a residence on Wind River Drive in reference to suspicious activity. A resident reported seeing two subjects digging behind her house. The subjects left the area in a vehicle before officers arrived and they were not located.
Officers responded to a location on Riverview Drive for a report of a male subject laying face down in the ground. The subject had left the area upon officers arriving.
Officers addressed parking complaints on North 2nd West Street, South Wagonwheel Drive, Wisconsin Street and Kentucky Street.
Officers assisted citizens with VIN inspections on South Carolina Drive, Flaming Forge Way and at the police department.