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Posted on: April 23, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/23/2013

Officers investigated a crash on Madison St. when a parked vehicle slipped out of gear and rolled into a parked vehicle.

Officers investigated a crash in the GRHS parking lot.

Officers took a report of damage to a vehicle caused by the wind.

Officers took a report of damage to the Recycling Center after being struck by a skid steer bucket.

Officers took a report of a vehicle passing a school bus while it was stopped and unloading students with its lights activated and its stop sign extended. The incident was recorded on the camera mounted on the bus. The vehicle and driver were later located, the report will be forwarded to the City Prosecutor’s office for review.

Officers responded to an address on Easy regarding a parent being unable to control her teenage child, who had she reported as a runaway.

Officers are investigating a hit and run crash that occurred in the Smith’s Food parking lot. The suspect vehicle is a single cab red truck with a white tool box in the bed with some logo or wording on the passenger side door.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole personnel with a client on multiple occasions.

Officers received a complaint of a parking problem on 2nd North.

Officers followed up on a complaint of a possible child abuse.

ACO’s took a report of a dog biting a 9 year old girl on Cumorah.

ACO’s investigated a complaint of too many dogs living at the same residence. They determined that there were two dogs at the residence which is not in violation of city ordinance.

A citizen requested officers monitor traffic at his residence while he cut down a tree to make sure the tree did not fall in traffic and cause problems. The tree was cut down without interfering with vehicular traffic.

Officers received a complaint of an abandoned vehicle on Flaming Gorge. The vehicle was tagged and will be towed unless moved by the owner.

ACO’s picked up two dogs running at large. They were unable to contact the owner of the dogs so the dogs were impounded at the animal shelter.

Officers responded to east Flaming Gorge to a report of a traffic hazard. Large trash containers had been blown into the street by the wind, they were moved.

Officers investigated a report of a suicidal subject on West Teton. Subject stated they were ok and were not contemplating suicide, they had a friend that was going to stay with them.

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