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Posted on: May 22, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 5/22/2013

Joshua K Lawson, age 27, of Green River, was arrested on 5/21/13 at 20:23 pm on E 2nd N on a warrant out of Rock Springs for Failure to Appear on the original charges of Shoplifting and Interference with a Police Officer. Lawson came in to the Police Department after Sweetwater County Deputies came to his residence inquiring to his whereabouts. Lawson was informed of the warrant and taken into custody.

Officers took a report of an Auto Burglary on E Railroad Street when the victim advised someone entered her boyfriend’s vehicle and stole prescription medication from her purse. The case has been assigned to a detective for further investigation.

A Malicious Mischief report was taken on Apache Ave when the victim advised someone or something shattered the sunroof on her 1999 Honda passenger car. Damage to the vehicle has not been determined at this time and there was no indication of any theft.

Officers investigated a crash at the Mansface Terrace parking lot when a van driven by Jean-Paul Archambault backed into a parked bus owned by Sweetwater County. No injuries were reported and damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each.

A report of Harassing Telephone Calls was taken on Uinta Drive when the victim advised she received 25 phone calls from the suspect in just over an hour in time. The victim advised she only wanted the incident documented.

Officers investigated a crash on Alabama Street when vehicle driven by Ashlie Smith struck a parked pickup truck owned by Kada Williams. No injuries were reported and damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each.

Officers were dispatched to an address on W Flaming Gorge Way regarding an agency assist with the Department of Family Services for a welfare check. Officers learned the subjects moved and no contact was made.

Officers were dispatched to a Disturbing the Peace complaint on Wilkes Drive. The suspect was contacted and warned about the complaint.

Officers responded to a request for a welfare check on Monroe Ave. The subject was contacted and no further assistance was needed.

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