Aaron Herchenbach, age 28, of Rock Springs was arrested on 7/11/11 at 10:58 hours on Commerce Way for Use of Marijuana. Officers were dispatched to Adult Probation and Parole to witness a UA. Herchenbach tested positive for marijuana and he wrote out a statement to that affect. He was then taken into custody and transported to jail.
William A Spencer, age 19, of Green River was arrested on 7/11/11 at 23:13 on Uinta Drive for Public Intoxication. Officers were dispatched to the Maverick Store in reference to an intoxicated person. Officers met with Spencer and after a brief investigation he was arrested and transported to jail.
Michael B Mount, age 22, of Green River was arrested on 7/12/11 at 04:44 hours on E 2nd N for Public Intoxication. Officers were dispatched to a call of an intruder who had just entered a house trailer and was intoxicated. Subsequent investigation showed Mount to have entered into the reporting party’s residence without permission and would not leave. Officers took Mount into custody and transported him to jail.
A report of a Domestic Battery was investigated on Bridger Drive when a third party called and advised her daughter was struck in the face with a bottle of water by the reporting party’s ex-husband. The victim was removed from the home and the report was forwarded to the County Attorney for review.
A report of Property Destruction and Criminal Entry was investigated on W Teton Blvd when the victim advised someone had kicked in his front door causing it to come off its hinges and strike his TV set. Damage to the door was reported at $700. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
A Malicious Mischief report was taken on W Teton Blvd when the victim advised someone had vandalized her car by placing tortillas and feminine hygiene pads on her car. The victim also had toilet paper placed all over her property and flowers were torn up out of her yard. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.
Suspicious Circumstances were reported on Wilkes Drive when the reporting party advised she received money orders for $2785 and asked to deposit it in her account. The reporting party was instructed to keep $200 and to forward the balance. The victim realized it was a scam and reported the incident to the police and did not lose any of her funds.