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Posted on: April 18, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/18/2011

William G Reeves, age 39, of Green River, was arrested on 4/17/11 at 00:42 hours on W 2nd N. Officers responded to a report of Domestic Battery on W 2nd N. Subsequent investigation showed a Battery occurred and Reeves was arrested and transported to jail without incident.

Crystal d Rosalez, age 21, of Green River was cited for Open Container and No Driver’s License on 4/16/11 at 00:12 hours on Uinta Drive. Rosalez was stopped for a lane change violation and a driver’s license check showed her license was expired and an open bottle of rum was located in the vehicle. Rosalez had not been drinking at the time of the stop.

Morgan Comstock of Green River was cited for Hit and Run regarding a crash that occurred on 4/10/11 at 07:05 hours on Wilderness Trail.

Chance T James, age 18, of Green River was cited for Underage Consumption on 4/16/11 at 02:42 hours on Bridger Drive. Officers talked with individuals who appeared to be out after Curfew who were underage. A 17 year old male was arrested for Curfew and Underage Consumption and a 17 year old female was also cited for Curfew, Underage Consumption and Possession of Tobacco.

Two fourteen year old males were arrested for Curfew on 4/17/11 at 02:31 hours on Wilson Street. The boys were transported to the police department and their parents were contacted. The boys were cited and turned over to their respective parents

Officers investigated a report of Unlawful Contact, Domestic Battery when the victim reported the father of her child spit in her face during a child visitation exchange. A copy of the report was forwarded to the County Attorney for review.

Officers responded to a report of Domestic Battery between two sisters over the raising of a four year old child. The altercation became physical and the police were notified. The victim didn’t want charges pursued and no arrests were made. A copy of the report was forwarded to the County Attorney for review.

A report of Criminal Entry was investigated on 4/17/11 at midnight on Bridger Drive when an unknown person entered the victim’s green 1997 Yukon and damaged the mirror, the gear shifter and windshield. The damage was estimated at over $400. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

Officers investigated a pedestrian versus vehicle Hit and Run crash on Monroe Ave at the intersection of E Teton Blvd when the driver of a grey colored pickup truck struck a ten year old male. The suspect stopped and checked on the juvenile and then left the scene without leaving his name or vehicle information as required. The truck was described by witnesses at a “jacked up” grey 4 door pickup truck, possibly a Chevrolet or GMC. Witness described the driver as a white male with a thin beard wearing a green ball cap, a grey sweat shirt and blue jeans. Anyone with information please call Detective Bob Ross at the GRPD at 872-0555.

Officers investigated a crash in the alley behind 151 E Flaming Gorge Way when a truck driven by Joe Chacon backed into a utility pole over $1000 in damages to his truck. No damage was reported to the utility pole and no injuries were reported.

A Hit and Run crash was reported at the Rocky Mountain Car Wash when a vehicle driven by Ann Harris backed into a car wash bay door and then drove off. Harris was later contacted and she advised she didn’t know she backed into the door and agreed to pay for the damages. No citations were issued.

Juvenile problems were reported on Hitching Post Drive and also on Wilkes Drive.

A Malicious Mischief report was investigated on Wilkes Drive when a car owned by Destiny Smith had its two front tires slashed. This occurred between 4/15/11 at 21:30 hours and 4/16/11 at 10:6 hours. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

A Malicious Mischief report was taken on E 2nd S when a fence at the St. John’s Thrift Store was damaged by an unknown vehicle. Anyone with information please call the GROD at 872-0555.

A verbal dispute was reported on Virginia Drive when a husband and wife argued after the husband came home intoxicated. The subjects were separated for the evening and no physical altercation had occurred.

A vehicle owned by John Bingham was towed from W Flaming Gorge Way as a traffic hazard on 4/16/11 at 01:25 hours.

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