Officers were dispatched to a report of loud music on Virginia Drive. Officers located the person responsible for the disturbance and issued a verbal warning.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on N. 7 W. for a subject removal. The subject was escorted to a local motel in order to get a room for the evening.
Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance on the 400 block of Monroe Ave. A resident had called 911 after hearing a woman screaming from inside a residence. Officers arrived on scene and received conflicting statements from the subjects involved and neither statements matching the evidence at the scene, officers arrested Jami Stoll, 23 years old and Bryan Smith 29 years old, both of Green River for battery. Both subjects were transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Facility and booked into jail.
Officers were dispatched to the area of W. Teton and Cumorah Way to a report of an possibly intoxicated subject in the area. Officers arrived on scene and searched the area but were unable to locate the subject.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Evers St. to a report of a dog at large which had attacked and killed a pet chicken belonging to the caller. Officers were able to locate and impound the suspect dog. The dog is being held at the Green River Animal Control Shelter while Animal Control Owners attempt to identify and locate the owner.
Officers were dispatched to W. Railroad Ave. and N. 4 W. to a reported dog running in traffic. Officers captured the dog and returned it to the owner and issued a verbal warning for dog at large.
Two citizens turned in a cameras they found at the Splash Park at Evers Park and FMC Park to the police. The cameras are being kept until the owners are located and the cameras can be returned. The owners can call Detective Fred Moczulski at 872-6170, describe the cameras and have the cameras returned to them.
Officers completed a welfare check on Wilderness Trail.
Officers completed a welfare check on Barnhart St. after a family member received an incomplete text message from the resident on Barnhart St. The resident was found to be in a lot of pain and was transported to hospital by ambulance for treatment.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to S. Carolina for a stray cat. The cat was impounded.
Officers responded to an alarm at a business on Uinta Dr. The alarm was a result of a malfunction.
Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance on Cumorah Way. Officers arrived on scene and found the disturbance was a verbal dispute and conducted a civil standby until one of the parties left.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Singletree Dr. A disoriented 34 year old female was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a vicious dog on the 2400 block of Mississippi. The caller reported being chased by a black lag acting aggressive and frothing at the mouth. Animal Control Officers contained the dog and located the owner and issued a citation to the owner.
Officers were dispatched to a parking complaint on Trail Dr. The owner was located and issued a verbal warning.
Officers were dispatched to the municipal horse corrals to a report of a dog at large. The dog was located and impounded.
Officers were dispatched to REDDI report near the underpass on S. 4 W. The vehicle was later located unoccupied on Blake St.
Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang up call on Alamosa Circle. The call was a result of children playing on the phone.
Officers were dispatched to residence on Schultz St. to investigate a possible scam on the internet. The resident was trying to buy a dog on KSL.com. The Green River Police Department warns residents not to forward money for items purchased on line or share their credit card information on line with unknown merchants and to report suspicious transactions to the police department.
Officers were dispatched to REDDI report on E. 4 S. The vehicle was later located a short distance away unoccupied.
Officers were dispatched to a business on Uinta Dr. to a reported gasoline bill skip. The vehicle and suspects images were captured on surveillance tape and the officers are continuing their investigation in the case.
Officers responded to burglar alarm at a business on Hitching Post. The alarm was accidental.
Officers assisted a citizen at the police department with questions.
Officers investigated a suspicious circumstance on S. Riverbend Blvd.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a city park at Schultz and Logan St. after a 13 year old fell out of a swing and hit their head. The child was transported to the hospital for observation and treatment.
Officers were dispatched to a dog at large on Oregon Way. They were unable to locate the dog.
Officers were dispatched to a possible burglary on Alamosa Circle. The call was determined to be unfounded.
Officers were dispatched to N. 6 W. for a reported disturbance being made by construction equipment in the area. Officers located the equipment operator and issued a verbal warning.
Officers were dispatched to a REDDI report on E. Flaming Gorge as it exited I-80. The vehicle was located and the driver was found to be not intoxicated.