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Posted on: April 30, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/27/2012

Byron A Taylor, age 35, of Green River was arrested on 4/29/12 at 01:09 hours on Monroe Ave for Domestic Battery and Interference with an Emergency Call. Officers were dispatched to 125 Monroe Ave regarding a Domestic Dispute and upon arrival learned from the victim that her husband had assaulted her and prevented her from calling the police. Officers observed injuries the victim sustained during the assault and Taylor was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Patrick M Stewart, age 46, of Green River was arrested on 4/28/12 at 15:37 hours on Jensen Street on a warrant out of District Court for Failure to Appear at a Hearing to Show Cause. Stewart was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Timothy Hackney, age 47, of Green River was arrested on 4/29/12 at 01:05 hours on E Teton Blvd for Driving While Intoxicated, No Insurance and Lane Use. Hackney was stopped for a lane use violation and subsequent investigation showed Hackney was intoxicated and had a blood alcohol concentration over double the legal limit. Hackney was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Michael J Chrzan, age 41, of Green River was arrested on 4/28/12 at 19:27 hours on Hitching Post Drive for Driving While Suspended. Chrzan was stopped for a stop sign violation and a driver’s license check showed his Iowa license was suspended. Chrzan was taken into custody and transported to jail.
Officers investigated a report of Unlawful Contact when dispatched to an address on Daniel Boone Drive regarding a subject with a head injury. Upon arrival officers learned two brothers had been involved in an altercation on Georgia Way resulting in one brother suffering head injuries. Neither brother wished to file charges and the injured party was transported to Memorial Hospital.
A 16 year old female was taken into custody on 4/29/12 at 00:53 hours on Uinta Drive for Curfew. She was cited and released to a parent.
Officers investigated a report of a Malicious Mischief on Essex Street when the victim advised he heard a loud pop outside his residence and when he went out to investigate he found the trees in his front yard hard been “toilet papered”, and a relative’s car in the driveway had the windshield painted. He furthered discovered someone had set off a chemical bomb on the front lawn. Officers later stopped a car fitting the description given by the victim and found two males and two female juveniles in possession of 18 rolls of toilet paper. One of the male juveniles admitted to setting off the chemical bomb. The Green River Police Department would like to remind the public it is a crime to use an improvised explosive device. These devices are extremely dangerous because they are very unstable and volatile. They produce a chemical reaction that builds extreme pressures that can result in the loss of limbs, serious burning to skin and even death. If any one sees a plastic bottle that appears suspicious please do not handle and immediately call police.
A Fraud report was taken on Bridger Drive when a clerk received a phone call from a male advising he was from Western Union and they were having problems with a phone line. The clerk was instructed to send a “test” payment to him to check the line. The payment was sent and later learned it was a fraud.
Officers investigated a vehicle deer crash on Riverview Drive. No injuries were reported and the vehicle suffered functional damage.
A Malicious Mischief report was taken on E 2nd N when the victim advised the passenger window on her black Chevrolet pickup truck was broken out by a large rock. The victim advised nothing was missing from within her truck. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.
A Malicious Mischief report was taken on E 3rd S when the victim advised his girlfriend broke out the headlights on his car. The suspect was contacted and she admitted to damaging his car. The victim did not wish to seek prosecution.
A verbal domestic dispute was reported on Knotty Pine Street; no physical altercation was reported.
Officers investigated a report of a stolen pickup truck on W Flaming Gorge Way. Officers learned the victim’s daughter lent the truck to a friend. The truck was returned to the owner and no charges are pending.
Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents by witnessing their client’s drug tests on Commerce Way.
Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a dog hit by a car on Commerce Way.
Officers responded to a report of a possible domestic battery on Riverview Drive; it was just an intoxicated female yelling at her sister and domestic battery was unfounded.
Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a cat in a trap on E 3rd S; the cat was impounded.

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