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The original item was published from 5/7/2013 12:19:42 PM to 6/5/2013 12:05:01 AM.

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Posted on: May 7, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 5/7/2013

Zachary D Musbach, age 25, of Green River was arrested on 5/7/13 at 01:44 am at the Uinta Loaf and Jug parking lot for Driving While Intoxicated. Musbach was contacted regarding a speeding violation and subsequent investigation showed he was intoxicated. Musbach was taken into custody and transported to jail where a breath test showed his blood alcohol concentration was over double the legal limit.

Officers investigated a report of Domestic Battery on E Flaming Gorge Way when the victim advised she was slapped on the back of her head by her boyfriend the previous evening at their apartment on Monroe Ave. The boyfriend was contacted and he denied slapping the victim. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a dog bite on Cumorah Way when the parents of the victim, a one year old child, reported the child was bitten by a neighbor’s dog. The dog’s owner could not show proof of rabies vaccinations so the dog was impounded.

Officers investigated a crash on W Flaming Gorge Way at N 4th W when a vehicle driven by Jill Wiebers turned in front of a motorcycle driven by Cody Shaw. Shaw laid down the motorcycle and slid into the Wieber vehicle. Shaw was transported by ambulance to the hospital. Damage to the Shaw’s motorcycle was estimated at over $1000 and under $1000 to the Wieber vehicle. Wieber was cited for failure to Yield Right of Way.

Officers took a Fraud report at the Police Department when the victim advised she had accidently left her purse at the Smith’s Grocery Store on 5/3/13. On 5/4/13 she was contacted by a Smith’s store employee and told her purse was at the store. When she recovered her purse she found a credit card missing and later learned there were seven fraudulent charges on the card. The report was forwarded to detectives for further investigation.

Animal Control Officers investigated a complaint of Animal Abuse on Mississippi Street. The suspects were contacted and advised of the complaint. They stated they were disciplining their dog and they were advised of alternative methods of discipline.

Officers investigated a report of a vehicle Passing a School Bus on W Teton Blvd. A suspect was contacted and admitted to the violation and a report will be forwarded to the City Prosecutor for review.

Officers took a Fraud report from the victim who resides in Green River and the fraud occurred in Colorado. The incident is under investigation.

Officers took a report of an attempted Fraud when the victim advised he has a boat for sale and was contacted by a male from New York who wanted to purchase the boat. A price was agreed upon and the victim received a check for $2000 over the agreed price with instructions to forward the overpayment back to the purchaser. The check was discovered to be fraudulent and no money was sent to the purchaser.

A report of a vehicle Passing a School Bus was taken on Monroe Ave. A suspect has been identified and the investigation is ongoing.

Animal Control Officers responded to a complaint of a dog at large on S 7th W; a Blue Heeler was impounded.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents on Commerce Way by witnessing a client’s drug test.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on N 1st W with a 63 year old female who was dehydrated and having problems moving her legs.

Animal Control Officers responded to a dog at large complaint on Upland at W Teton; a German Sheppard dog was impounded.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Evers Street with a 59 year old male who was having difficulty breathing.

Officers responded to a 911 hang up call on Wild Horse Canyon Drive; the call was accidental and unfounded.

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