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Posted on: June 15, 2010

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 6/15/2010

Officers responded to a vehicle damage call on North 1st East Street on 6/14/10 at 0639 hours. A 2002 Chevrolet pickup had been damaged when a wooden sign was blown into it. The owner of the sign was contacted regarding the damage.
Officers received a report of black spray paint damage to a stop sign on Barnhart at Clark Street. on 6/14/10 at 0749 hours. The paint was able to be cleaned off with no damage to the sign.
Officers responded to eight separate reports of property damage as a result of red spray paint. The damage occurred during the evening from 6/13/10 to 6/14/10. The suspect painted the initials DAB on most of the damaged property. Anyone with information regarding these incidents is encouraged to contact the police department.
Officers responded to property destruction on Uinta Drive on 6/14/10 at 1007 hours. A vehicle tire had been damaged during the previous evening.
Officers responded to a larceny on Bridger Drive on 6/14/10 at 1156 hours. A male subject had put $38.57 in gasoline into a brown SUV and left without paying.
Officers investigated a traffic crash on Maine Street on 6/9/10 at 1210. A subject struck a parked vehicle while backing causing more than $1000 damage.
Officers responded to a larceny on East Teton Blvd. on 6/14/10 at 1243 hours. A bicycle had been stolen during the previous night. The bike was later located by its owner.
Officers responded to a larceny on Uinta Drive on 6/14/10 at 1352 hours. A trailer brake had been stolen during the previous evening. Officers are trying to identify two male subjects who were wearing hooded sweat shirts and were walking in the area of Uinta Drive and Monroe Avenue during the early morning hours of 6/14/10. It is believed these subjects may have information regarding this incident.
A juvenile male was arrested for possession of marijuana on 6/14/10 at 1835 hours. Officers contacted the subject for driving with a broken windshield. Officers smelled the odor of burned marijuana during the traffic stop and called for the Green River Police Department drug dog. The drug dog alerted to the vehicle and a subsequent search revealed 1.87 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Officers responded to a juvenile problem on Schultz Street on 6/14/10 at 2109 hours. Officers were advised of an ongoing problem between a 15 year old and an 11 year old boy. Officers spoke to the boys involved and their parents. It was determined the parents would monitor the situation more closely.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance on Cliff View Drive on 6/14/10 at 2217. A couple who were visiting Green River were reportedly in a brief physical altercation prior to officer’s arrival. The couple were separated for the evening. A report is being forwarded to the county attorney to review the matter.

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