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Posted on: April 10, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/10/2012

Officers were dispatched to the area of the Trona Bridge to investigate a report of suspicious activities going on near the river. Officers found members of Wyoming Game and Fish biologists taking samples.
A citizen on the 500 block of Monroe Ave. reported the theft of solar powered lights from her front yard. The loss was estimated at $30.
The Green River Police Department Investigations Division along with members of the Green River Special Response Team served a search warrant at a residence on Schultz St. The search warrant was issued to collect evidence of an earlier reported crime. During the execution of the search warrant stolen property was located in connection with another shoplifting case.
An officer was flagged down by a citizen who found a driver’s license. The license was returned to the owner.
Officers assisted Probation and Parole by administering drug analysis at Wyoming Probation and Parole office.
Animal Control Officers received a dog at large call on the 1800 Virginia Drive. A dog was located and impounded.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Indian Hills with a female who had diabetes complications. The victim was transported to the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County for further treatment.
Officers investigated a report on Elk Mountain Circle of numerous five day parking violations.
Officers received a threats report by phone. A person in Rock Springs received threats by phone by a subject who threatened to damage property over a rental agreement dispute. The caller was referred to the Rock Springs Police Department.
Officers assisted with traffic control and a funeral procession escort.
Officers investigated a traffic accident that occurred at Uinta and E. 2 S. Jennifer Coffi, 25 of Green River was driving south on Uinta Dr. in a 2011 Ford Fusion and collided with a 2003 Chevrolet Venture driven by a 16 year old juvenile who was making a left turn onto E. 2 S. The juvenile was issued a citation for failing to yield right of way. Total damage was estimated at
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over $1000. Coffi later reported neck, back, and knee pain as a result of the accident. The case was forwarded to the City Prosecuting Attorney.
Officers were called to the Hampton Inn in reference to a civil problem. Subjects were advised.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a reported dog at large on W. 4 N. The dog was contained upon arrival, but the owner was contacted and advised.
Officers received a trespassing complaint at the police department. A report was written documenting the complaint and trespass warning were issued to six people.
Officers were dispatched to Stratton-Meyer Park boat ramp to a report of children playing in the river. The children’s parents were contacted and advised.
Officers were dispatch to the area of Pioneer Park to a report of children running into the street flagging cars down trying to sell Kool-Aid. Officers advised the children to not to go into the street to flag down would be customers.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Iowa to a report of a dog at large. A Rottweiler puppy was impounded.
Animal Control Officers investigated a dog bite report on Pheasant Drive. A juvenile was bitten by a dog contained in the backyard of a residence. The juvenile was transported by family to Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County for treatment. Rabies vaccination records were verified and the case was forwarded to the City Prosecuting Attorney.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Uinta Drive to a dog at large report. A black Labrador Retriever was impounded.
Officers were dispatched to Arizona St. to a report of kids harassing deer there. The kids and deer were gone from the area when officers arrived.
Officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of Mississippi St. to a report of barking dogs. The dogs and owners were located and the owners advised of the complaint.
Officers were dispatched to Flaming Gorge and 530 to a REDDI report. The vehicle was later located parked and unoccupied.
Officers received a report on Trail Dr. of an attempted fraud by email. There was no financial loss by the reporting parties and they had already advised their financial institution before contacting the police department.

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