Officers were dispatched to a parking complaint on the 100 block of N. 2 E. The cars were tagged for five day parking.
Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Barnhart St. to a barking dog complaint. The owners were given a verbal warning and the dog was taken inside.
Officers conducted a welfare check on the 1700 block of Idaho St.
Officers delivered an emergency message on Bridger Dr. The officers then called for EMT’s to evaluate the recipient of the emergency message. The recipient of the message was then transported to the hospital by ambulance for treatment.
Officers were dispatched to Logan St. to a reported fraud. The victim received a phone call from a person claiming to be a relative in legal trouble in a foreign country in need of financial aid. The Green River Police Department wants citizens to be aware of this re-occurring scam. Citizens are advised to check with other family members and friends to verify these of requests before transferring large sums of money out of the country. Once the money crosses an international border, there is no way to recover these funds.
Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of east Flaming Gorge to a report of a suspicious person. The officers were unable to locate the subject.
Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Jefferson St. to a report of a lost wallet.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a report of a dog at large on Tennessee Dr. The dog was returned home and the owners were issued citations.
Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of Wilderness Trail to a citizen assist.
Officers assisted a citizen at the police department with questions.
Officers responded to a three car accident on Uinta Dr. near Astle Ave. Stephanie Munschenk, 18 years old of Green River was driving southbound on Uinta in a 2007 Ford Ranger when she struck the rear of a 2004 Chevrolet driven by Savannah Balizan, 22 years old of Green River which was stopped in the center turn lane waiting for traffic to clear to make a left turn. The force of the collision caused the 2004 Chevrolet into the north bound lane of travel and into a 2008 Dodge pickup driven by Joshua Beach, 22 of Green River. Three people were transported to the hospital by ambulance for observation and treatment. The people transported were the drivers of the first two vehicles and a minor child and passenger of the second vehicle. The case has been forwarded to the city prosecuting attorney for review.
Officers investigated an accident at Tollgate Station on West Flaming Gorge. Ronald Hatch, 38 years old of Delaware, Ohio was driving a 2007 Chevrolet van pulling a trailer with a tall load and struck the awning over the fuel pumps. There was no injuries and damage was limited to the awning.
Officers conducted a civil stand by on the 1400 block of Bridger Dr.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Crossbow Dr. to a report of a 58 year old female having a panic attack. EMT’s evaluated the woman and she refused ambulance transport to the hospital.
Officers conducted a civil standby on the 600 block of Jefferson St.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on the 500 block of Clark St. to a reported hit and run on a fence at a residence. During the investigation it was discovered a neighbor struck the fence and the neighbors decided to handle the situation on their own.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Elk Valley Drive where a drunk subject was attempting to leave a residence in a vehicle. The subject heard the reporting person on the phone with police and made arrangements to get a ride instead of driving prior to police arrival.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at residence on the 500 block of McKinley St. A male subject was complaining of numbness and thought he was possibly having another heart attack. The subject was transported to the hospital by ambulance for treatment.
Officers conducted a civil standby at a residence on the 100 block of Uinta.
Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress on the 700 block of Shoshone. Officers found the incident to be stemming from a juvenile problem. The investigation is being continued.
Officers assisted a citizen with questions at the police department.
A person came to the police department to report a theft that occurred in Wamsutter. The person was referred to the Sheriff’s Office.