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Posted on: August 1, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release August 1, 2013

Press Release
August 1, 2013

Officers were called to Alabama St in reference to a citizen assist.

A suspicious subject, seen carrying a gun, was reported on Iowa. Officers responded to the location to conclude that the subject had just walked outside to throw away an old pellet gun.

Officers responded to a residence on Alabama Dr after a 911 hang up. It was reported to be accidental.

Officers were dispatched to Wilderness Trail in reference to a domestic situation in which a male subject wanted a female subject removed from the residence.

Officers responded to 700 Crossbow after a 911 hang up. Although dispatch received a busy signal on several call backs, Officers discovered that the subject was safe and the call was accidental.

A larceny, in regards to prescription medications, was reported at 59 Uinta. Officers responded and spoke with the suspect who admitted to the accusation. A criminal report was completed by Officers.

Animal Control Officers responded to Clark St in regards to an aggressive dog. Animal Control returned the dog to its owner and spoke with them about the problem.

Officers, along with Medical Personnel, received a 911 call to Riverview Dr in reference to a baby having problems breathing. The baby was reported to be responsive and okay shortly after arrival.

Officers responded to 98 Uinta in reference to a domestic disturbance. Officers took statements from the subjects involved and they agreed to separate for the night.

Vandalism was reported to Officers on E 4th S after an unknown subject spray painted letters on the hood of a car and on the street nearby. The incident is currently under investigation.

Officers and Medical Personnel were dispatched to the Skate Park after a subject fell of a bike receiving injuries. After Medical Personnel looked over the subject, he was transported by family to Sweetwater Memorial Hospital.

Officers completed VIN Checks on North Carolina Way, E Teton, E Flaming, Brandner Circle, Midwest Dr, and at the Police Department.
Officers responded to parking complaints on Brandner Circle, S 4th East, and E Flaming Gorge.

Officers were called to Colorado Dr in regards to a juvenile problem.

Officers were called to Shoshone Ave in regards to several subjects drinking alcohol in the street. Officers spoke with the subjects regarding the issue.

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