Matthew R Toland, age 36, of Green River was arrested on 6/26/12 at 11:46 am on Wilkes Drive on a warrant out of Circuit Court for Failure to Pay Fines on the original charge of Driving While Intoxicated. Officers were aware of the arrest warrant for Toland and they contacted him at a storage unit on Wilkes Drive and he was taken into custody and transported to jail. During a search at the jail a small amount of marijuana was found on Toland’s person and he was also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.
Lacy S Skeans, age 31, of Green River was arrested on 6/27/12 at 10:22 at City Hall on warrants out of Circuit Court for Driving While Suspended. Officers were aware of two arrest warrants for Skeans out of Circuit Court and she was observed going into Municipal Court. Skeans was contacted; taken into custody and transported to jail.
A report of Criminal Entry was taken on Monroe Ave when the victim advised she notice someone entered her apartment when she was not at home. The victim did not believe anything was stolen but is certain someone was in her apartment without her permission. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers responded to a report of a grass fire on Windriver Drive. The renter had already extinguished the fire prior to police arriving and no damage was reported.
Officers responded to a report of an intruder on Lombard Street when the victim advised someone was in her house and when she asked who was there, the person told her he was her son and he was using the toilet. The victim said she heard the garage door slam and when she went to investigate her son said he did not get up to use the toilet and he had not talked with her. The area was checked and no one was located.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on E Teton Blvd when an intoxicated subject broke out the window to a neighboring apartment and cut his wrist. The subject was transported by ambulance to Memorial Hospital and a report was forwarded to the City Prosecutor regarding the Malicious Mischief.
A brand new assisted walker was found on Daniel Boone Drive and turned into the Police Department.
A Fraud report was taken on New Mexico Street when the owner of a home listed for sale discovered her home was listed for rent on Craig’s List. An investigation ensued and the next day the listing was removed from Craig’s List. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Bridger Drive when a person was injured at work and the employer wanted the employee checked for injuries.
Animal Control Officers responded to a report of an injured cat on Uinta Drive.
Officers responded to a parking complaint on Hitching Post Drive regarding several vehicles parked on the street without registration plates or expired registration plates.
Officers issued a trespass warning to a transient on UPRR property at request of UPRR personnel.