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Posted on: April 19, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/19/2012

Allen L Poling, age 33, of Green River was arrested on 4/19/12 at 00:38 hours on Hitching Post Drive for Driving While Intoxicated. Poling was stopped for a speeding violation and subsequent investigation showed he was intoxicated. Poling was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Michael P Dye, age 35, of Rock Springs Wyoming was arrested on 4/18/12 at 16:42 hours on Commerce Way for Use of Marijuana and Use of Methamphetamine. Officers were dispatched to Probation and Parole to witness a drug test provided by Dye which came back positive for Methamphetamine and Marijuana. Dye was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Chad A Dockter, age 25, of Green River was arrested on 4/18/12 at 15:19 hours on Schultz Street on a warrant out of Circuit Court for a Probation violation on the original charge of Possession of Marijuana. Dockter was located at his residence and transported to jail without incident.
James R Mahana, age 26, of Green River was arrested on 4/18/12 at 04:24 hours on Alabama Street for Driving While Intoxicated, Open Container and Hit and Run Property Damage. Officers were dispatched to a crash on Upland Way at Alabama Street. Subsequent investigation showed the vehicle Mahana was driving struck a fence and Mahana left the scene without reporting the crash. Mahana and the vehicle he was driving were later located at his residence. After a brief interview and sobriety maneuvers, Mahana was taken into custody and transported to jail. Damage to the Mahana van was estimated at over $1000 and the damage to the fence was not estimated at the time of the report.
Officers investigated a crash on Idaho Street when a vehicle driven by Amy Bingham struck a parked pickup truck owned by Dusty Finch. Damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each and no injuries were reported.
A report of a Domestic Battery was investigated on Uinta Drive when the victim advised her boyfriend threatened to kill her or anyone who entered their trailer house. The suspect was gone when police arrived and a report was forwarded to the County Attorney for review.
A Malicious Mischief report was investigated on Bridger Drive when an 11 and 12 year old males damaged stacks of mulch at a local business. The juveniles were identified and a report was forwarded to the City Prosecutor for review.
A Malicious Mischief report was I taken on Cumorah Way when the victim advised someone broke out her window while it was parked on W Teton Blvd at Cumorah Way. The damage was estimated at $250. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.
Officers investigated a report of a suspicious person at Truman School when the reporting party advised a man was looking in the windows at the school. The subject was located and identified; he stated he was looking for work. He was warned of the complaint.
Officers responded to a complaint of cattle at the Municipal Shooting Range. The cattle moved off the range and the ear tag numbers were given to the Sheriff’s office dispatch who advised the owner would be contacted.
A report of an attempted scam was taken on E 2nd N. No monetary loss was reported by the victim.

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