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The original item was published from 11/1/2012 10:11:36 AM to 12/3/2012 12:05:00 AM.

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Posted on: November 1, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 11/1/2012

Canaan R Hobbs, age 35, of Green River was arrested on 11/1/12 at 01:29 am on W Flaming Gorge Way for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense and Driving While Suspended. Hobbs was stopped for speeding and a lane use violation and subsequent investigation showed Hobbs to be intoxicated and his license suspended. Hobbs was taken into custody and transported to jail where a breath test showed his blood alcohol concentration was over the legal limit.

Officers investigated a report of a Domestic Battery on E Teton Blvd. The victim advised she and her husband got into a verbal dispute that became physical. The incident was documented and a report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officers assisted Department of Family Services with the investigation of a report of Elderly Abuse on E Teton Blvd. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

Officers investigated a crash on Uinta Drive when a SUV driven by a 17 year old male struck the rear of a car owned by Kayleigh Ackerman. No injuries were reported and damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each. The juvenile was cited for Inattentive Driving.

Officers investigated a report of a vehicle Passing a School Bus on Monroe Ave. The driver was contacted and a report will be forwarded to the City Prosecutor for review.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents by witnessing clients’ drug test on Commerce Way.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Evers Street with a 57 year old male who was having trouble breathing.

Officers responded to a parking complaint on New Hampshire Street; a trailer was tagged for five day parking.

Officers responded to a parking complaint on Jensen Street; the vehicle was tagged and the owner contacted and advised.

Officers responded to a report of illegal fireworks on W Flaming Gorge Way; officers were unable to locate any suspects.

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