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Posted on: October 24, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 10/24/2011

Debin Punches, age 30, of Green River was arrested on 10/21/11 at 20:17 hours at the GRHS football field on a warrant out of Circuit Court for Felony Larceny. Officers at the GRHS football game recognized Punches and were aware of an active arrest warrant for him. The warrant was confirmed and Punches was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Crystal Rosalez, age 21, of Green River, was arrested on 10/23/11 at 12:21 hours at the Green River Police Department. Rosalez was aware of the warrant for her arrest and turned herself in to officers. Rosalez was taken into custody and transported to jail.

David M Farr, age 54, of Rock Springs was arrested on 10/21/11 at 16:12 hours on Commercial Way for Use of Marijuana. Officers responded to Probation and Parole regarding a client testing positive for marijuana. Probation agents informed officers Farr admitted to using marijuana on 10/15/11 at his home and provided agents with a written statement to that effect. Farr was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Three juvenile females were cited for Underage Consumption on 10/22/11 at 23:08 hours on N 6th W. Officers stopped a car for driving without tail lights and subsequent investigation showed the girls had been drinking. The girls were taken into custody and released to their guardians.

A 17 year old male was cited for Use of Marijuana on 10/23/11 at 02:15 hours on E 2nd S. The male was contacted at his residence in reference to a Hit and Run crash and subsequent investigation showed he was under the influence of marijuana.

A 14 year old female was cited for Use of Tobacco on 10/21/11 at 12:30 hours at the GRHS.

A Larceny report was taken at the Maverick Store when the driver of a silver truck with a camper shell pumped $25 in gas in the vehicle and left without paying.

A Larceny report was investigated at the Flaming Gorge Loaf and Jug when a blonde female wearing a purple shirt driving white four door sedan pumped $48.61 in gas and left without paying.

Officers took a report of Malicious Mischief on Monroe Ave when the victim advised the left headlight of her silver and blue Ford van was broken out while it was parked at Lincoln School parking lot during the GRHS football game.

A Trespass warning was issued on Tennessee Drive when the owner of the residence requested officers to issue warning to his ex-wife. The suspect was contacted by phone and warned.

Officers investigated a crash at the Smith Store parking lot when a vehicle driven by Gene Klapel backed into a parked pickup truck owned by Michael Masterson. No damage was reported to the Klapel vehicle and it was undetermined the damage to the Masterson vehicle. No injuries were reported.

Officers investigated a Hit and Run crash at Stratton Meyer Park when a vehicle driven by Dillon Cagle was stopped by a Deputy Sheriff for having extensive front end damage. Subsequent investigation showed a crashed occurred at Stratton Meyer Park and the driver was Cagle younger brother and he failed to report the crash. The 17 year old was later contacted and cited for Hit and Run.

A Malicious Mischief report was taken on Indian Hills Drive when the victim, Teri King advised her sister was involved in an argument with Theresa Johnson and that Johnson damaged her car. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A verbal domestic dispute was reported on Cumorah Way; no injuries were reported.

A Nuisance Animal report was taken on Mississippi Street regarding a barking dog.

Animal Control Officers impounded a dog at large on Adams Street.

Animal Control Officers responded to a call of a cat in a trap on Adams Street.

Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a dog that was hit by a car on Astle Street.

Officers responded to a complaint of Littering at the municipal shooting range. Officers contacted two juveniles and they agreed to pick up the litter.

Officers took a report where the owner of an Australian Sheppard dog reported it missing from the back of his pickup truck while parked on Rail Road Street.

A chocolate lab was impounded on Evers Street.

Officers assisted with a civil standby on Uinta Drive.

Officers responded to a Disturbing the Peace complaint on Uinta Drive at the Rocky Mountain Car Wash regarding load music.

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