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Posted on: June 6, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 6/6/2012

Natasha M Bauer, age 30, of Green River was cited for Driving While Suspended on 6/5/12 at 09:00 am on Shoshone Ave. Bauer was stopped for a cell phone violation and a driver’s license check showed her license was suspended.

Officers investigated a report of a Battery on Expedition Island when a 17 year old female advised she was assaulted by a 40 year old male on 6/5/12 at 7:00 pm. A witness advised she saw the male slap the hand of the victim and then pushes her with two hands on the chest area several times. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officers investigated a crash at the GRHS parking lot when a 16 year old male backed a car into car driven by Mary Rath. Damage to both cars was estimated at under $1000 each and no injuries were reported. The 16 year old was cited for Inattentive Driving.

Officers responded to a report of a Larceny and Criminal Entry on N 4th W when the victim advised someone forced their way into his 5th wheel camp trailer and rummaged through his property but did not steal anything from within the trailer. The victim also reported the trailer’s license plate was stolen from the rear of the trailer. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

A report of a gas drive off was taken at the Maverick Station on Uinta Drive when a blue Ford F 150 pickup truck pumped $84.36 and left without paying for the gas. Video of the incident has been reviewed and a suspect developed. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

Officers investigated a report of a Larceny on E Flaming Gorge Way when the victim advised someone stole his suitcase from the bed of his friend’s pickup truck while parked at the E Flaming Gorge Loaf and Jug.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Logan Street with a 78 year old male suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

Officers responded to a juvenile problem at Washington School.

Detectives from the Green River Police Department executed a search warrant on the premises of ATV Motorsports after numerous reports of Obtaining Property by False Pretenses were filed with the police department in the last few weeks. Several four wheeler ATV’s were recovered and the owners were identified and notified. There are other motorcycles and ATV’s recovered where the owner’s have not been identified at this time. If you have been defrauded by the owner of ATV Motorsports please contact Detective Sergeant Bob Ross at 872-6188.

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