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Posted on: June 26, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 6/26/2012

Douglas R Stouffer, age 27, of Rock Springs was arrested on 6/23/12 at 10:40 pm at Stratton Meyer Park for Public Intoxication. Security guards at the concert escorted Stouffer to police officers for pushing people in the crowd in front of the bandstand. Stouffer became combative with officers and was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Shea Sanchez, age 19, of Green River was arrested on 6/23/12 at 11:57 pm at Stratton Meyer Park for Underage Consumption and Use of False Identification. Sanchez was questioned by officers when they noticed him consuming beer and an officers were aware he was in high school the previous year. Sanchez admitted to being 19 years old and had a fake driver’s license out of South Dakota showing him to be 23 years of age. The false ID was confiscated and he was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Hunter McNair, age 19, of Rock Springs was cited on 6/22/12 at 11:02 pm at Stratton Meyer Park for Underage Consumption of Alcohol. Officers contacted McNair who knew from previous contacts he was under the age of 21 and he appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. McNair admitted to have consumed a couple of beers and he was cited and escorted from the concert.

Ari S Kirtley, age 33, of Rock Springs was arrested on 6/23/12 at 09:50 pm at Stratton Meyer Park for Public Intoxication. Officers contacted Kirtley after they observed a disturbance near the restrooms. Officers were advised Kirtley assaulted another woman. Kirtley was observed to be extremely intoxicated and she was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Officers investigated a report of domestic battery on Wild Horse Canyon Road when the victim advised she was assaulted by her boyfriend while in his car at that location. The victim advised she was able to get out his vehicle and call police. The suspect was later contacted and he denied hitting the victim and stated he was assaulted by her. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officers investigated a report of domestic battery on Monroe Ave when the victim advised her husband had choked her and accused her of being unfaithful to him. The suspect denied any physical contact with his wife. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officers investigated a report of domestic battery on Riverview Drive when the victim advised she was strangled by her live in boyfriend. The suspect was gone when police arrived and the victim’s injuries were documented. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officers investigated a larceny report on Uinta Drive when the driver of a maroon Toyota Tundra pumped $48.80 of gas and left without paying.

Officers investigated a larceny report on Uinta Drive when the driver of a red GMC pickup truck pumped $78.16 in gas and drove off without paying.

A larceny report was taken on Nebraska Street when the victim advised someone stole his black and purple Haro bike from the side of his residence. The bike was later found at a residence on Colorado Street and returned to the owner.

A report of a violation of a protection order on Clark Street when the reporting party advised his ex-wife has violated a protection order by contacting their daughter. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A malicious mischief report was taken on E 4th S when the victim advised someone shot out two windows at his residence with a bb gun. There have been several similar reports throughout the city during the last several months. Anyone with information please call the GRPD at 872-0555.

A Utah registration plate belonging to Roger D Smith for a 2003 Ford F250 was found and turned in to the GRPD.

A single key with a small compass was found at Veterans Park and turned into the GRPD.

A GRPD detective trained in Hostage Negotiations assisted the Rock Springs PD with a barricaded subject on 6/25/12 in Rock Springs.

Officers assisted ambulance and Fire Dept personnel with a woman who was swept away by high water in the Green River on 6/25/12. The victim was pulled from the water near the Game and Fish office on Astle Street. The GRPD would like to advise the public that the flow of the river has been increased and it is creating a potential danger for persons using the river to recreate. Please wear a life jacket or a personal flotation device while recreating on the river.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Firehole Place with a female subject suffering from a neck injury.

Five day parking complaints were taken on Hitching Post Drive and on E 2nd N.

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