Animal Control Officers investigated a report of a dog bite on Georgia Way. The dog owner could not produce a current vaccination record for the dog and it is impounded at the animal shelter for ten days.
Officers responded to a report of a gas drive off at the Maverick Station on Uinta Drive when the clerk on duty reported the driver of a white Hyundai SUV pump $46.01 in gas and left without paying.
Officers responded to a report of a prowler on S 5th E; the area was checked and no suspect was located.
Officers responded to a disturbance complaint on Clark Street; the resident advised he was living at that location with a female and her children and when he got home the locks have been changed. Officers learned the female applied for a protection order and the male left the residence.
Officers responded to a report of suspicious persons on E Flaming Gorge Way; five transients with two dogs were checked and asked to leave the area at the business owner’s request.
Officers responded to an anonymous disturbance complaint at Evers’ Splash Park; the subject could not be located by officers.
A found bicycle was reported at Truman School.
Officers responded to a report of a missing 11 year female on Monroe Ave; the child was later found at her residence.
Officers took a complaint of an abandoned 5th wheel trailer on School District #2 property on Shoshone Ave. The complainant was given a list of private tow companies to contact.
Animal Control Officers responded to a complaint of dogs at large on Harrison Elementary School; to dogs were impounded at the animal shelter.
Officers responded to the area of N 5th E regarding someone shooting a cat; the area was checked and several juveniles were questioned and no one had any information regarding the report.