Officers responded to four vehicle accidents on 3/3/11 from 6:25 A.M. to 7:40 A.M. The accidents occurred on Hitching Post, Monroe, Alabama, and W. Teton and all were weather related. There were no personal injuries at these accidents. The police department wants to remind motorists to allow themselves more time to get to their destinations, reduce their speed and increase their following distance when roads are slick.
Animal Control Officers responded to reports of dogs at large on Crossbow, E. Teton, and Uinta.
Animal Control Officers also investigated an animal problem on Wilderness.
Officers investigated a report of a suspicious person on E. Railroad.
Officers investigated a two vehicle accident on Schultz St. There were no injuries and minor damage to the vehicles.
Officers investigated an indecent exposure report on Monroe.
Officers investigated a report of harassment on Fawn Circle.
Officers investigated a report of a violation of a protection order.
Officers investigated a REDDI report on Uinta.
Officers investigated a report of a bill skip at a restaurant on Flaming Gorge.
Officers investigated a juvenile problem on Davy Crockett.
Officers assisted Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers at an accident on the I-80 on ramp at mile post 91.
Officers responded to an accidental 911 call on S. Dakota.
Officers investigated a one vehicle accident in Stratton-Myers Park. There were no injuries and only minor damage to the vehicle.
Officers responded to a loud music complaint on Wilderness.
Officers investigated a report of Malicious Mischief at Rock Butte Apartments.