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Posted on: July 24, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release July 24, 2013

Press Release July 24, 2013

Officers were called to the office of Wyoming Department of Corrections Probation and Parole to administer a drug test to a probationer.
Officers responded to assist fire department personnel at the Green River High School after receiving a fire alarm. It was a false alarm.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a residence on Hackberry St. to relocate a nuisance squirrel that had been trapped at the residence.
Officers were dispatched to a parking problem on Commerce Dr. The owner was notified and the vehicle moved.
Animal Control Officers were notified of an escaped Conure on the 500 block of W. Railroad. A Conure is a green bird that looks like a parrot. The bird escaped from its owner and got outside and the owner was unable to recapture the bird. Any resident who sees the bird in the area is asked to contact Green River Animal Control at 872-0570.
Officers were dispatched to a business on E. Flaming Gorge for subject removal. Officers issued trespass warnings to four subjects.
Officers received a REDDI report of a vehicle in the area of 375 Uinta Dr. The vehicle was not located.
Officers received a report of an attempted internet fraud from a citizen.
Officers responded to a civil problem on Keith Dr.
Officers responded to a parking complaint on Waggener St. The owner was contacted and the vehicle was moved.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Schultz St. to a civil problem.
Officers were dispatched to a residential burglar alarm after someone entered the wrong code. The officers contacted a person at the residence that and discovered it was a friend of the vacationing family who was at the house to take care of the family pets and had accidentally entered the wrong alarm code to disable the alarm.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Logan St. after an elderly female activated her Lifeline alarm after she experienced stomach pains.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at an address on N. 2 E. to a report of an elderly male who had fallen down and unable to get up. The victim refused transport to the hospital by ambulance and was left in the care of family members.

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