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Posted on: October 18, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 10/18/2012

Officers were dispatched to the alley near Bramwell and Logan Streets to a report of a German Shepard running at large. The dog was gone from the locations when Officers arrived on scene.

A juvenile was arrested on an outstanding warrant for violating the terms of their probation after the juvenile was located at an address on Hitching Post Dr. The juvenile was transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Facility and booked into jail without incident.

A citizen who found a wallet turned it over to the police department. The wallet was later returned to the owner.

Casianna Legareta, 27 years old of Green River was arrested at a residence on E. Teton Blvd. on an outstanding arrest warrant from Sweetwater County Circuit Court for failure to appear in court after receiving a citation for Failure to Provide Proof of Liability Insurance. Legareta was transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Facility without incident and booked into jail.

Officers investigated a two vehicle traffic crash on Evans St. Beverly Cook, 76 years old of Green River was backing a 2006 Ford Escape from her driveway when Tammy Trevino, 43 years old of Rock Springs driving a 1993 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer stopped at the end of the driveway to deliver mail at the residence. Cook’s vehicle struck Trevino’s vehicle which resulted in minor scrapes and paint transfer between the vehicles. There were no injuries and damages were estimated at less than $1000.

Officers were dispatched to a possible vandalism at a residence on Pennsylvania Blvd. The victim reported damage to inflatable outdoor Halloween decorations.

Officers investigated a two vehicle collision on E. Flaming Gorge at N. 1 E. Cody Haeck, 19 years old of Rock Springs was stopped facing west on Flaming Gorge waiting to make a left turn onto N. 1 W. when his 2004 Chevrolet Silverado was struck from behind by a 1999 Dodge Durango driven by Stephanie Wimmer, 18 years old of Green River. Haeck’s vehicle received minor damage, while Wimmer’s vehicle was disabled from the crash. Estimated damages were in excess of $1000 and no injuries were reported. Wimmer was cited into Green River Municipal Court for Inattentive Driving.

Officers were dispatched to a verbal domestic dispute on Ironwood St.

Officers responded to a fire alarm at the Hampton Inn. The alarm was accidental.

Officers responded to a citizen assist request on S. Wagonwheel St.

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