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The original item was published from 8/11/2011 10:52:07 AM to 8/19/2011 12:05:01 AM.

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Posted on: August 11, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 8/11/2011

Officers were dispatched to 1400 Bridger to investigate a complaint of disturbing the peace. A verbal warning was issued.

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of Bramwell St. to a report of a barking dog. The dog was impounded after the Officers found no one home and no way to quiet the animal.

Officers were dispatched to a reported dog at large on S. Carolina Circle. Officers were unable to locate the dog.

Officers were dispatched to a residence on the 100 block of Monroe Ave. The caller reported hearing a man and woman fighting, but when Officers arrived they found a loud party in progress. The Officers issued a verbal warning to those present to quiet the noise. There were no further complaints.

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Clark St. to a dog at large that was barking and causing a disturbance. Officers were able to shut the dog into the back yard and left a written warning for the owners who were not home at the time.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a barking dog on the 600 block of W. Railroad. The animal was impounded.

Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a dog at large near the Senior Citizen Center on Uinta Dr. The dog was located and impounded.

Officers assisted a citizen on Hackberry with questions about littering.

Officers assisted a citizen with questions at the police station.

Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a dog howling and causing a disturbance on the 1800 block of California Dr. The owners were located and issued a verbal warning.

Officers conducted a welfare check on the 500 block of W. 2 N. after family reported they weren’t able to contact this family member. The person was located and advised to contact their family.

Officers were dispatched to the east of the UP rail yard to remove subjects riding a train. No one was located on the train, but officers warned three people located in close proximity to the train yard of trespassing on railroad property and riding trains.

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A citizen turned in a found woman’s necklace at the police station. The necklace was found at a local bank about three weeks ago and the owner never returned to claim it. Any person missing the necklace can describe it and claim it at the police department or contact Det. Fred Moczulski the property custodian for the police department at 872-6170.

Officers were dispatched to a residence on Summer View to investigate a custody dispute. The case was referred to the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office for review.

Officers were dispatched to a residence on Monroe Ave. to a reported residential burglary. The case was referred to the Investigations Division for follow up investigation.

Officers were dispatched to Harrison School to investigate a two vehicle accident in the parking lot. Tetyana Callahan, 33 years of Green River backed her 2011 Chevrolet Malibu into a 2009 Ford Expedition driven by Darla Helmandollar, 48 years old also of Green River. There were no injuries, but both vehicles sustained damages which were estimated at a combined total of over $1000.

Officers were dispatched to Massachusetts Ct. to investigate a suspicious phone call.

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