An attempted Fraud report was taken on Maryland Drive when the victim advised she advertised a puppy for sale on KSL and agreed to sell the dog to an individual. The suspect sent her a check for over the amount agreed upon and he requested she send him back the overage. The victim realized it was a scam and did not sell the dog or send any money to the suspect.
A Trespass warning was issued on Bridger Drive at the request of the victim when officers contacted her regarding a third party report of an attempted burglary. The said it was her ex-boyfriend who was knocking at her door and tried gain entry to her apartment with a credit card. The victim advised police she did not wish to pursue charges against her ex-boyfriend; she only wanted the warning issued and the officer contacted the boyfriend as requested.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Wilson Street with a 70 year old male who was suffering from stomach distress and was dehydrated.
Officers responded to a residential alarm on Doe Drive; the owner accidentally set off the alarm when she opened the garage door.
Officers assisted a motorist on E 2nd S when a vehicle became stuck in the snow; officers were able to manually push the car to clear the roadway.
Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated subject on N 1st E; the subject was gone when police arrived.
Officers responded to a house alarm on E Teton Blvd; the residence was searched and secured by officers.
Animal Control Officers responded to a Nuisance Animal complaint on Wilson Street.