Andrew J Madison, age 22, of Green River was arrested on 10/31/11 at 11:55 hours on E 4th S on a warrant out of Circuit Court for Aggravated Assault and Battery. Madison was contacted during the investigation of a larceny. Madison was cleared of any illegal activity but after a records check it was determined there was an active arrest warrant for Madison and he was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Officers took a crash report at the Jackson School parking lot when a vehicle driven by Rose Ortega struck the traffic control arm at the entrance to the parking lot causing $500 in damages to the arm. Damage to the Ortega vehicle was estimated at under $1000 and no injuries were reported.
Officers investigated a report of a truck versus deer crash on 10/31/11 at 19:52 hours on W Flaming Gorge Way when a truck driven by Tristianna Mahana struck a deer on the roadway. Subsequent investigation showed Mahana was under the influence of alcohol and she was arrested and transported to jail.
A Larceny report was taken on Bridger Drive when an unknown driver pumped $63 in gas into an unknown vehicle and left without paying.
A Malicious Mischief report was taken on Hutton Street when the victim’s car was “tagged” by unknown individuals with blue spray paint.
Officers responded to a report of a verbal domestic dispute on S Center Street when a boyfriend and girlfriend were arguing over the use of a cell phone. No injuries were reported and the female half left the area.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel with a male complaining of back pain at the Convalescent Center.
Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents with witnessing a drug test on a client on Commerce Way.
Officers responded to a 911 hang up call at the Hampton Inn; the call was accidental.
A strong arm robbery report was taken on 2nd S when a juvenile male reported three teenage boys stole his bag of candy. The suspects were not contacted and the victim could only identify clothing descriptions of the suspects.
A lost dog was reported on E 2nd N.
A Malicious Mischief complaint were taken on Doe Drive when the reporting party advised several subjects threw candy at him after they rang the victim’s doorbell and they were told he had no more candy.
A Malicious Mischief report was taken on E Teton Blvd when the victim advised his vehicle had been shot with paint balls.
An attempted larceny complaint was taken on Louisiana Way when the victim advised some teenagers tried to steal his candy and then fled in a van. The area was checked and no van was located.
A Suspicious Persons complaint was taken on Midwest Drive; teenagers were playing night games.
Officers responded to a panic alarm at the Bridger Loaf and Jug; the alarm was accidental.