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The original item was published from 3/1/2013 10:00:07 AM to 4/2/2013 12:10:00 AM.

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Posted on: March 1, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 3/1/2013

A 16 year old male and two 15 year old males were cited for Possession of Marijuana on 2/28/13 at 3:41 pm on E 4th S. An officer stopped the vehicle they were in for a turn signal violation and subsequent investigation showed they were in possession of marijuana. The juveniles were cited and released to their respective parents.

Daniel R Potter, age 18, of Rock Springs, Tyler E Forster, 18 of Rock Springs and a 17 year old male were all were cited for Underage Consumption of Alcohol. Officers were dispatched to a juvenile problem at the GRHS and upon arrival school personnel pointed out the three subjects. Subsequent investigation showed they were under the influence of alcohol. The 18 year olds were cited and released and the 17 year old was cited and released to a parent.

Officers investigated a report of Domestic Battery that occurred on Wilderness Trail in Green River. The female half came into the police department to report the incident. The male half was later contacted and he confirmed there was a dispute. Officers documented the injuries to both parties involved and a report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A Fraud report was taken on Aspen Street when the victim advised she was contacted by telephone by a male subject who stated he was from Microsoft and that her computer had a virus. The victim later received a call from a second male advising he was a manager with the company and the victim paid $499.00 to have her computer fixed. The victim paid by credit card. The victim later became suspicious of the incident and checked on line and found the company she paid to fix her computer, IT Solutions of CT LLC was involved in fraudulent dealings and she wanted to report the incident to police. The officer directed the victim to contact her credit card company to cancel her card and to check with her bank to see if her account has been compromised and to call the police with any new information she might later learn.

Officers investigated a crash at the Pioneer Park storage lot when a pickup truck and trailer driven by Bruce Hill backed in to a parked camp trailer owned by Hugo Sanchez. No injuries were reported and minor damage was reported to each trailer.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Clark Street with a despondent subject. The patient was transported to the hospital for evaluation.

A Nuisance Property warning was issued on W Teton Blvd; the owner of the property was contacted and advised of the complaint and was given seven days to comply.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Uinta Drive with a 96 year old female complaining of stomach pains.

Officers initiated a welfare check on N 7th W when a third party reported he could not contact a friend living at the residence. The subject was contacted and he advised he was fine and would call back his friend.

Officers were dispatched to a domestic dispute on Uinta Drive. The dispute was not physical and the husband left the residence for the night.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Nebraska Street with a 68 year old male who was having an allergic reaction.

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