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The original item was published from 6/30/2011 10:09:57 AM to 7/8/2011 12:05:01 AM.

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Police Department

Posted on: June 30, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 06/30/2011

Officers were dispatched to a residence on Daniel Boone to a report of a possible suicidal person. The report was determined to be unfounded.

Officers responded to a residence on W. 3 N. after receiving a report of an elderly person falling in the bathroom. Officers checked the person’s welfare who then refused medical assistance.

Officers responded to a report of a barking dog S. Wagonwheel Dr. The dog was not barking when the officer arrived and no one was home, so a written warning was posted at the residence.

Officers responded to the Municipal Horse Corrals to a reported hit and run. An unknown vehicle had struck a tree planted by an owner of a horse corral.

Officers investigated a report of a fuel bill skip at a business on Uinta. It was determined the driver forgot to pay for the gas before driving away.

Officers responded to a business on Uinta Dr. to a reported theft. I was later discovered to be a misunderstanding.

Officers responded to a government office on Monroe Ave. to a report of a possible fraud. The report was later determined to be unfounded.

Animal Control Officers responded to a stray cat call on Sundance Dr.

Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a stray dog at a business at the 100 block of Uinta Dr. The officers were unable to locate the dog upon arrival.

Officers responded to a parking complaint on Iowa Circle. The vehicle in questioned was tagged for possible five day parking violation.

Officers responded to report of tree falling on a house on N. Center St. during yesterday’s wind storm. Officers provided traffic control in the area while utility companies responded to assess possible damages to power lines hazards in the area.

Officers responded to Castle Rock Medical Center to assist ambulance personnel with a medical transport to the hospital.

Officers investigated a report of a purse theft from an apartment on Crossbow Dr.

Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a dog at large on Upland and Alabama.

Officers responded to a disturbing the peace report on Honor Way. The complaint stemmed from a construction company working late hours building a house in the area. The case was forwarded to the Green River Prosecuting Attorney.

Officers were dispatched to the area of S. Carolina to a REDDI report. The driver was located and found not to be intoxicated, but was having mechanical problems with the car.

Officers took a fraud report at the police department. A citizen received a package he had not ordered. The citizen had also received calls from the person who had received the charge for the package the Green River citizen received. The case is under further investigation.

Officers investigated a minor two vehicle traffic collision in a parking lot between E. Flaming Gorge and E. Railroad Ave. There were no injuries and minor damage to one of the vehicles.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Daniel Boone. Dispatch received a call from a 59 year old male who thought he was having a heart attack. When officers arrived on scene the male was unresponsive. CPR was begun and the subject was transported to Sweetwater Memorial Hospital.

Officers responded to a parking complaint on California Dr. A camp trailer was tagged for possible parking violation.

Officers responded to the 200 block of Shoshone Ave. and investigated a suspicious circumstances report.

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