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Posted on: April 11, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/11/2012

Officers investigated an attempted fraud complaint. The reporting party received emails from two separate companies with which he does not have accounts. The emails advised him of account changes. This was the second series of emails received by the victim. There was no financial loss.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole by administering drug analysis at the Wyoming Probation and Parole Office.

Officers received a trespassing complaint at the Police Department. The complaint is still under investigation.

Officers were called to 1400 Bridger in reference to a welfare check on suspected intoxicated subject with a child. After an investigation was completed, the child was found to be with a grandparent, and was subsequently turned over to a legal guardian.

Animal Control Officers investigated a complaint of a continuing problem with a dog at large on N 1st East. A notice was left with the owner to contact Animal Control concerning the issue.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on S 5th East with a female subject that was breathing, but unresponsive. The victim was transported to Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County.

A citizen turned over a found wallet to the Police Department. The owner of the wallet was located and it has been returned.

Officers investigated a five-day parking complaint on E Flaming Gorge Way. The owner of the vehicle was contacted and advised.

Animal Control Officers investigated a dog bite complaint on Daniel Boone.

Officers located a person that had been reported as a missing person out of Colorado. Contact was made with Christopher Meyer near Penny’s Diner. By the request of the originating agency, Officers checked his welfare and determined that he did not need to be detained. Meyer’s family was notified of his location and condition.

Officers assisted in answering question to some concerned citizens concerning legal issues on motorized scooters.

Officers were dispatched to Pamida concerning reckless driving in the parking lot.

Officers investigated a REDDI report at 500 Nolan. The vehicle was found parked and unoccupied.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of E 4th South in reference to a dog at large. A black lab puppy was impounded. The owner was later located and the dog was released to the owner.

An alarm was investigated at the 1700 block of Indian Hills. Nothing was found disturbed and the owner was notified.

Officers investigated a battery on Fawn Circle. Michael Wright, 37, of Green River was arrested for domestic battery after he reportedly assaulted two of his family members.

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