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Posted on: July 20, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 7/20/2011

Michael T Flores, age 33, of Green River was arrested on 7/19/11 at 22:15 hours on Riverview Drive on a warrant out Uinta County Circuit Court for Revocation of Probation on the original charge of Possession of Methamphetamine and a second Municipal warrant out of Evanston for Failure to Pay Fines. Flores was contacted when officers by the manager of an apartment complex to remove Flores from the property. Flores was located at a friend’s apartment hiding in the bathroom.

Bill Lurae Harter, age 39, of Green River was arrested on 7/19/11 at 13:08 hours on Commerce Way. Harter was contacted at Adult Probation and Parole and taken into custody on an Arrest and Old Order and transported to jail.

A 17 year old male was cited for Reckless Driving on 7/19/11 at 18:44 hours on E Flaming Gorge Way. Officers responded to a traffic complaint and subsequent investigation showed a vehicle driven by the suspect was being driven erratically and caused a stone to be kicked up and thrown though another vehicle’s window causing approximately $250 in damage.

Officers investigated a report of Malicious Mischief on Arapahoe Circle when the victim advised his 2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse was “keyed” by an unknown individual causing approximately $300 in damage. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

Officers investigated a report of Malicious Mischief on Alabama Drive when a dead rabbit was found in the victim’s mailbox.

A Trespass warning was issued on Schultz Street when the victim reported her daughter’s boyfriend was stealing items from her property. The suspect was contacted by telephone and given the trespass warning for the victim’s property.

A Threats report was taken on Jefferson Street when the victim advised he received threatening text messages from the suspect. The victim stated he is friends with suspect’s mother and he texted her the police were at her son’s residence and soon after, he received a threatening text from the son.

Suspicious Circumstances were reported on Apache Ave when the reporting party advised two cars were chasing some juveniles at Apache Trail Park. When officers arrived the vehicles were gone and they were unable to locate any vehicles in the area fitting the description given.

A verbal dispute between boyfriend and girlfriend was reported on Monroe Ave. A lost temporary license plate was reported lost on Highway 530. A juvenile problem was reported on Alabama Drive.

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