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Posted on: September 2, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 9/2/2011

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on the 300 block of E. Flaming Gorge. The vehicle was identified as a neighbor’s company car.

Officers responded to a trespassing complaint on Kit Carson. The parties were advised.

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Riverview Drive for a parking complaint.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to check the welfare of a large dog on the 700 block of Shoshone. Animal Control Officers left a notice for the owners to contact them.

Officers were dispatched to the Hampton Inn to a 911 hang up call. It was determined to be an accidental call.

Officers were dispatched to an accident that occurred in the parking lot of the Loaf-n-Jug on Flaming Gorge. Wilma Sturlaugson, 55 years old was backing her 2008 Ford Taurus out of a parking space in front of the store when James Punches, 71 years old entered the parking lot and stopped his 2008 Kia behind Sturlaugson and the vehicles collided. There were no injuries and damages were estimated at less than $1000.

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Monroe Ave. to a civil standby.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a business on the 600 block of Uinta Drive to a report of a 92 year old female having a possible stroke. The patient refused transport to the hospital by ambulance.

Officers were dispatched to FMC Park for a citizen assist.

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Apache Ave. to a citizen assist.

Officers were dispatched to an address on Schultz to a report of a citizen receiving a text message from a suicidal subject in Arkansas. The information was passed on to Arkansas authorities.

Officers were notified of a traffic accident on Hoback St. by hospital personnel who were treating the driver of the vehicle that was involved in the accident. Officers located the crash scene on Hoback and the vehicle nearby on Windriver. Officers were able to speak with the driver, Jesse Trapp, 19 years old. Trapp advised he over corrected and collided with a brick wall and mailbox and left the scene and drove away from scene and parked the 1996 Ford Explorer at the residence of the vehicle’s owner. Trap was issued citations into Green River Municipal Court for Hit and Run and Driver’s license required.

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