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Posted on: May 12, 2010

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 5/11/2010

Jesse T Kunz, age 34, of Green River was arrested on 5/10/10 at 21:53 hours on Monroe Ave. Officers initiated a traffic stop for multiple traffic violations and found the driver to be under the influence of alcohol. The driver failed to perform several sobriety maneuvers successfully and was arrested and transported to Sweetwater County detention facility where he refused to provide a breath sample.

Cassidy C Forrester age 25, of Green River was arrested on 5/10/10 at 15:55 hours on E Railroad Street for Public Intoxication and Interference with a Police Officer. Officers responded to a fight in progress call near JLT restaurant on Railroad Street. Officer’s investigation showed Forrester was involved in a physical altercation with another male subject. Cassidy began to become argumentative with officers and refused to comply with their orders. Cassidy was arrested and transported to the Sweetwater County detention center.

Officers investigated a crash on Railroad Ave when a vehicle driven by Barbara Stewart backed into a parked truck owned by Steve Henderson. Damage to each vehicle was estimated at under $1000.

Officers investigated a crash at the Uinta Loaf and Jug when a car driven by Heather Beck struck the door of a parked vehicle owned by Margaret Leninger. Damage to each vehicle was estimated at under $1000.

A report of Domestic Battery was investigated on Cumorah Way on 5/10/10 at 21:25 hours. The investigation showed a mother and daughter had a physical confrontation. No arrests were made at the time because of conflicting witness accounts. The report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office.

Officers investigated a report of Property Destruction on the Greenbelt Walkway when unknown persons destroyed six plastic bag dispensers. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

A juvenile problem was reported on Oklahoma Drive.

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