Bufford Greymountain Sr, age 39, of Green River was arrested on 5/19/11 at 21:45 hours on Madison Ave. Officers were dispatched to a Domestic Battery on Madison Ave and subsequent investigation showed Greymountain had assaulted his son and caused bodily injury.
David A Phillips, age 28, of Green River was arrested on 5/19/11 at 10:09 hours on Iowa Circle. Officers were aware of an outstanding arrest warrant for Phillips. Phillips was seen driving and was stopped and arrested on the warrant which was for Failure to Appear on the original charge of Driving While Suspended. Phillips license is still currently suspended and he was also charged for that violation.
Officers investigated a Hit and Run traffic crash at the Silver Scissors parking lot when a vehicle backed up and struck the side of a white Oldsmoblie Auroa owned by Gaylene Walker. Damage to the Walker car was estimated at under $1000. The suspect vehicle is believed to be a white smaller SUV, pickup truck or van from the evidence at the scene. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.
Officers investigated a Hit and Run traffic crash at the Penny’s Diner parking lot when a white pickup truck backed into the front bumper of a parked gray Ford Fusion owned by Jessie Silva. Damage to the Silva car was estimated at over $1000. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.
Officers investigated a crash at the Green River Public works facility parking lot when a bus driven by Karla Duvall backed into a parked car owned by Penny Knight. Damage to the Knight car was estimated at under $1000 as was the damage to the bus. No Injuries were reported and no citations were issued.
Officers investigated a report of Malicious Mischief on Andrews Street when the owner of a black 2006 Mercury car reported someone shot out the rear window of her car. This was the third incident of this type reported in the area in the last two days. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.
Citizens receiving automated telephone calls that their debit cards were cancelled are being reported to the police. The calls ask the person to press one to reactivate their cards. None of the reporting parties pushed the #1 on their phones. The GRPD would like to remind citizens of the many frauds asking for personal information either on the internet or by phone. The institutions you bank with already have your personal information and they will not call you to confirm it to them.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Shoshone Ave with a despondent female who was transported to Memorial Hospital.