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Posted on: July 1, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 07/01/2011

Officers were dispatched to the Union Pacific Depot on E. Railroad Ave. to assist ambulance personnel to a report of a person injured in rail yard.

Officers responded to a business alarm on Indian Hills. The cause for the alarm was not located.

Officers responded to an alarm at the Sweetwater County Museum. The alarm had been set off accidentally.

Animal Control Officers responded to an animal problem on Hitching Post.

Officers responded to a residence on N. 1 E. to investigate some suspicious occurrences that have happened there.

Officers conducted a civil standby on Cumorah Way.

Officers investigated a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Clark and Andrews Streets. Daniel Osborn of Rock Springs was issued a citation for Inattentive Driving after the 1993 Ford F-150 he was driving collided with 2010 Nissan Murano driven by Gerald Ruiz of Green River. Each of the vehicles received damages estimated in excess of $1,000.

Animal Control Officers responded to the 600 block of Ironwood St. to an anonymous report of dogs at large. There were no dogs running loose in the area when officers arrived.

Officers investigated a trespass complaint on Alabama Dr. A verbal warning was issued to the offender.

Officers responded to a residential burglar alarm on Alamosa Circle. The residence was checked by police and everything was found to be in order. Responsible parties were notified.

Richard Medina 31 years old of Green River was arrested at his residence for an outstanding arrest warrant from the Wyoming Seventh Judicial District Court in Natrona County. Medina was transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Facility where he was booked into jail.

Officers responded to an accidental 911 call at the Hampton Inn. Everything was found in order and the call was determined to be accidental.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a reported dog at large on E. Teton at Colorado. The dog was returned to the owner who had been trying to locate the animal.

Officers conducted a civil standby on Cumorah Dr.

Officers investigated a report of a missing nine year old girl on Mountain View. The child was later found to be with her biological mother.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a report of black lab being struck by car on Uinta and Riverview. The dog was later located and transported to a local veterinarian.

Officers conducted a civil standby on W. Railroad.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on W. Flaming Gorge. A 21 year old male subject had been traveling a vehicle with a family member in a nearby canyon when he went unconscious. The family member brought the 21 year old back to town and summoned help for his relative. The subject was transported to hospital by ambulance.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Davy Crockett to a report of an infant having a seizure. The infant regained consciousness and the family sought medical aid for the child on their own.

Officers responded to a barking dog on Oklahoma Dr. The dog owners got home just before the officers arrived and took the dogs inside. The officer advised the owners of the complaint made against their dogs.

Officers conducted a citizen assist on W. Teton Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a business on Wilkes Dr. to a report of suspicious persons and vehicles outside the business. These people were identified as the business owners.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a verbal domestic dispute on E. Teton Blvd.

Officers were notified of a possibly suicidal subject on Anvil Drive. The officers were unable to locate the subject immediately and notices were sent out to area law enforcement to check the individual’s welfare. The subject was later located and was all right.

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