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Posted on: September 30, 2010

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 9/30/2010

Officers investigated reports of dogs at large on Andrews and Hitching Post during the early morning hours. The cases were referred to Animal Control Division.

Officers investigated a parking complaint Washington School.

Officers responded to the 800 block of Uinta Ave. to a report of a teenage shoplifter fleeing a business when confronted by business personnel. Officers searched the area and were unable to locate the subject.

Officers responded to Pioneer Park on a trespass complaint. The suspect had not been formally warned, so both parties were advised.

Officers responded to Missouri Court to assist a resident with questions involving a civil matter.

Officers took a fraud report on E. 2 N. A resident found unauthorized charges on her credit card.
The case was referred to Investigations Division for further investigation.

Officers responded to a parking complaint on the 600 block of W. Railroad. The persons involved were advised.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to reports of dogs at large on Alabama and E. Teton.

Officers were dispatched to areas of Monroe and Uinta and S.5 E. and E. 4 S. to investigate reports of intoxicated drivers. The vehicles reported in these incidents were not located in the areas when officers arrived.

Officers were dispatched to an accident at E. 4 S. and S. 5 E. Christopher Leckie, 32 of Green River reported he dropped his cell phone and when he reached down to pick it up, he struck a parked car. During the investigation it was learned Leckie had an outstanding arrest warrant from Campbell County Wyoming. Leckie was taken into custody and booked into jail at the Sweetwater County Detention Center.

Officers investigated a crash on the 1600 block of E. Teton. The driver was using a rear facing camera to back out the drive way and when the driver collided with two different parked cars. The driver was cited into Green River Municipal Court for Improper Backing.

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