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The original item was published from 4/17/2012 1:06:16 PM to 4/25/2012 12:05:00 AM.

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Posted on: April 17, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/17/2012

Officers were dispatched to California Drive in reference to a parking problem. A trailer was tagged for a possible parking violation.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a dog at large on the 600 block of Juniper St. The dog was identified to belong to a residence on Juniper St., but was able to jump the fence enclosing the yard. A written warning was left for the home owner.
Officers were dispatched to Wyoming Department of Probation and Parole on Commerce Drive on four different occasions to assist with the administration of drug tests on probationers.
Officers assisted a citizen with a faulty smoke detector on N. 7 W.
Officers assisted members of the Green River Fire Department and ambulance personnel when a fire alarm occurred at the Oak Tree Inn. The alarm was caused by a fault in the alarm system.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to two dogs at large at a residence on Fir St. The dogs escaped from a kennel at a residence. Animal Control Officers were able to make a minor repair to the kennel and get the dogs back in the kennel.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the county court house for a dog at large. A yellow Labrador Retriever was impounded.
Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of Bridger Drive to a juvenile problem. Supposedly two juveniles were threatening to beat up a third juvenile. Only two of the three juveniles were located in the area and they were warned of the consequences of assaulting someone.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Madison Ave. to a civil problem.
Officers investigated a report of harassment from a citizen who came to the police department to report a situation he had found himself in.
Officers were dispatched to loud music complaint on the 1400 block of E. Teton Blvd. Upon arrival the officers found they were unable to hear the music outside the apartment complex. The officer talked with the parties involved and thought the problem was resolved. Twenty two minutes later the officers were dispatched back to the location. This time a citation was issued for disturbing the peace and a report was forwarded to the city prosecutor for review.
Officers responded to a residence on S. Wagonwheel Dr. to a report of found property. Officers received a license plate that was found in Smith’s parking lot.
Officers were dispatched to ten different VIN checks for citizens who purchased new vehicles.

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