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The original item was published from 6/1/2012 1:30:41 PM to 7/2/2012 12:05:00 AM.

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Posted on: June 1, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 6/1/2012

Police Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Daniel Boone to a report of a 28 year old female having difficulty breathing.

Officers responded to a business on E. Flaming Gorge to investigate a report of employee theft from the business owner. The case was referred to detectives.

Officers responded to office of Wyoming Probation and Parole on Commerce Way to administer a drug test to a probationer on three separate occassions.

Officers responded to a burglar alarm at a private residence on W. Teton Blvd. The alarm was accidentally set off by the property owner.

Officers responded to a residence at 98 Uinta Drive to a report of a stray cat there attacking the resident’s cat. The stray cat was impounded.

Officers responded to the Western Inn to a dispute involving a customer wanting a refund on her room because city employees in the area were making too much noise.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the area of Clark and Bramwell streets to a report of a pit bull scaring children at daycare. Animal Control Officers found the owner of the seven month old Mastiff that had gotten loose and was trying to play with the children. The owner of the puppy was given a verbal warning.

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block of Hitching Post to a reported theft. The victim called back later and advised the missing items were located and the report was unfounded.

Officers were dispatched to the rail yard to a report of transients on railroad property. The Union Pacific Railroad requested the subjects be removed from their property and given a warning for trespassing on railroad property. The subjects were gone from the area when the officers arrived, but were located a few blocks away where they were contacted and given a verbal warning for trespassing.

Officers dispatched to Monroe School to a report of a lime green electric scooter was stolen from the school while the owner was class. The investigation is continued.

Officers were dispatched to a verbal domestic dispute on S. Carolina. The incident was not physical and officers were able to diffuse the situation and offer contact information of area resources to the couple.

Officers completed a welfare check of a resident on Crossbow.

Officers responded to the 600 block of W. 2 N. to a reported burglary. Entry had been gained into a storage area, but it appeared nothing was taken. The investigation is ongoing.

Officers responded to a domestic dispute on Wilson St that was reported by a third party. The dispute was verbal only.

Officers were dispatched to Arkansas Drive to a report of barking dogs at a residence. The owner was contacted by phone and was found to be out of town. A neighbor was contacted and put the dogs inside for the night.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Trail Drive to a report of an unconscious 78 year old male. The victim was transported to Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County for treatment.

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