Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the Sweetwater County Court House to a report of a black Labrador Retriever running at large. The dog was impounded.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of Greasewood to a reported dog at large. A Golden Retriever was impounded.
Officers investigated a two vehicle crash at Barnhart and Clark Streets. Gabriela Lujan, 26 years old of Green River reported she was driving a 2007 Nissan Altima south on Clark St. when a Ford Explorer which was west bound on Barnhart, ran the stop sign and struck Lujan’s vehicle and left the scene. Officers later located the driver of the Ford Explorer and identified the driver as Robert Trujillo, 76 years old of Green River. Trujillo was cited for the stop sign violation and Hit and Run. Total damages were estimated at over $1000 and there were no injuries.
Officers were dispatched to a three car collision at Uinta and E. 2 S. where two people were transported to the hospital by ambulance after receiving injuries in the crash. The preliminary investigation has revealed Donald Taylor, 88 years old of Green River was north bound on Uinta and was making a left turn onto E. 2 S. when Taylor’s 1989 Oldsmobile Delta 88 collided with a 2006 Volkswagen GTI that was travelling south on Uinta and driven by Russell Siegismund, 28 years old of Green River. After the initial collision, Taylor’s car spun around and struck a 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe driven by Ralph Paiz, 57 years old of Green River who was stopped at a stop light at E. 2 S and Uinta waiting to make a right hand turn onto Uinta. Taylor’s car continued over the embankment and came to rest in the drainage ditch in front of Mc Donalds. Both Taylor and Siegismund were transported to the hospital by ambulance. The crash is still under investigation as officers were unable to receive statements from all the drivers involved.
Officers were dispatched to a two vehicle accident on Cumorah where two unoccupied vehicles rolled into each other. No damage was found and no report was taken.
Officers were dispatched to the office of Wyoming Department of Corrections Probation and Parole to administer a drug test to a probationer.
Officers were dispatched to a single vehicle crash at 280 Monroe Ave. Kathleen Carlson was driving her 2007 Toyota Camry near the School District 2 Maintenance Shop when Carlson collided with a guard rail. Damage was estimated at over $1000 to Carlson’s Toyota. There were no injuries.
Officers were dispatched to a business on the 800 block of Uinta Dr. for a civil problem.
Officers took a runaway report on Windriver. The child later returned home.
Officers responded to a residence on Wilderness to a civil problem.
Officers conducted a welfare check at a residence on N. 8 W.
Officers responded to a burglar alarm on Uinta Dr. The alarm was accidentally set off.
Officers were dispatched to a parking complaint on E. 4 S. The owner of the vehicle was located and warned.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Ironwood where a 38 year old female was reported to have difficulty breathing. The female was transported to Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County for treatment.
November 10, 2012
Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers turned over a gray and white border collie that was caught running in traffic on the interstate near Little America.
Officers were dispatched to S. Center St. to a civil problem.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Schultz St. to a civil problem.
Officers and along with Animal Control Officers impounded a male and female brindle colored Pit Bull dogs at Hitching Post and S. Wagonwheel Dr. after receiving a report the dogs were running at large in the area.
Officers conducted a civil standby at a residence on Schultz. St.
Officers investigated a two vehicle collision on Wilderness Trail. Robin Hagemann, 21 years old of Green River backed her 2004 Nissan Frontier out of her driveway into a 2007 Ford Mustang that was blocking Hagemann’s driveway. Damages to both vehicles were estimated at over $1000. There were no injuries.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Monroe Ave. to a civil matter.
Officers were dispatched to a business on East Railroad to a report of a domestic dispute. Emily Stoneroad, 21 years old of Green River was located at her nearby residence and arrested for Domestic Battery. Stoneroad was transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Center and booked into jail without incident.
November 11, 2012
Officers impounded a chocolate colored Labrador Retriever mix breed dog that was found running at large on the 500 block of Jensen St.
Officers cited Tyler Rosenlof at his residence on Shoshone Ave. after officers received the second complaint in 20 minutes for disturbing the peace. Officers heard loud music and voices each time they responded to the residence.
Officers conducted a civil standby on Schultz St.
Michael Edgmon, 24 years old of Green River was arrested at the Maverik General Store in Green River on an outstanding arrest warrant after officers recognized Edgemond pumping gasoline into his vehicle. Edgmon was taken into custody and transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Center and booked into jail. The warrant was for probation revocation on the original charge of DWUI.
Officers took a threats report at a business on N. 2 E. The reported incident occurred on 11/9/12.
Officers responded to the 500 block of Schultz St. to a reported hit and run. While the first officer was talking to witnesses at the hit and run scene, another officer located the suspect vehicle a block away and saw the driver exit that vehicle and run from the area. Officers later arrested Justin Harrison, 22 years old of Green River. Harrison was charged with Driving while Intoxicated, Driving Under Suspension, Hit and Run, and Interference with a Police Officer. Harrison was transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Center where he was booked into jail. Harrison struck a parked pickup, a chain link fence, and a mailbox before driving from the area.
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance on Daniel Boone.
Officers conducted a welfare check on Uinta Dr.