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Posted on: December 1, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 12/01/2011

Tami K Briley, age 31, of Green River was cited for Driving While Suspended on 11/30/11 at 15:08 hours on Monroe Ave. Briley was stopped for speeding and a driver license check showed her license to be suspended.

Officers assisted West Valley Utah Police with an investigation into a child abuse that happened over the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Officers took a report of Fraud on E 2nd N when the victim advised she was contacted by a male with a foreign accent purporting to be an attorney and tried to scam her out of money. The victim advised she tried to obtain a pay day loan and since then she is receiving threatening calls.

Eric Barker reported a Hit and Run crash at the GRHS parking lot when an unknown vehicle struck the rear of his parked vehicle causing damage estimated at under $1000.

A Malicious Mischief report was taken on Astle Ave at the Game and Fish Department when an unknown person shot out the front window with a bb or pellet gun causing over $200 in damages.

Officer took a report of Malicious Mischief on Monroe Ave when the victim reported someone shot out the passenger window of his gold Hyundai car causing over $200 in damages. Anyone with information regarding these incidents please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

A Disturbing the Peace complaint was taken on Cumorah Way when a boyfriend and girlfriend were involved in a verbal domestic dispute. A report was forwarded to the City Attorney advising this is the fifth time officers have been at the residence regarding similar complaints.

A juvenile problem was reported on Conestoga Way.

A verbal domestic report was taken on Iowa Circle involving a boyfriend and girlfriend who had been drinking. The girlfriend left the scene for the night.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents by witnessing drug tests on Commerce Way.

Animal Control Officers responded to a complaint of a Nuisance Animal on N 5th W.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Clark Street with a 47 year old male stroke victim.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on W 3rd N with a female who fell out of bed and needed help getting up.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Indian Hills Drive; vehicle was gone on arrival of the police.

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