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Posted on: July 20, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 7/20/2012

Thera L Siler, age 32, of Green River was arrested on 7/19/12 at 10:05 pm on Bramwell Street on a warrant out of District Court for Failure to Pay Child Support. Officers were dispatched to a disturbance call on Bramwell Street and Siler was identified by the victim as the suspect. Siler was contacted and a routine name check showed she had an outstanding arrest warrant out of District Court. Siler was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Travis R Esquibel, age 31, of Green River was arrested on 7/19/12 at 10:43 pm on Blake Street at S 4th W on a warrant out of Circuit Court for Failure to Appear on the original charge of Driving While Suspended. Esquibel was stopped for a speeding violation and a driver’s license showed the outstanding warrant for his arrest.

A Larceny report was taken on Easy Street when the victim advised he evicted his ex-girlfriend from his residence and she refuses to return his house key and car keys. The suspect was contacted and she stated she left his keys in his mailbox.

Officers investigated a crash at the Expedition Island parking lot when a vehicle driven by Stephon Halstead backed into a van driven by Marco Salcedo. Damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each and no injuries were reported. Halstead was cited for Inattentive Driving.

Officers took a report of Interference with Custody when the father advised his ex-wife will not let him have visitation with his children as provided by their divorce decree. The mother was contacted and she agreed to let him have his visitation.

Officers responded to a local transmission business for a civil standby when the owner of a vehicle stated she had her vehicle towed to Green River. She said she did not authorize any repairs. When she came to get her vehicle the business owner said she owed over $500 for him taking apart her vehicles transmission. The business owner said he talked with the vehicle owner through an interpreter and he believed the owner authorized the repair.

Officers were dispatched to W 3rd N regarding a citizen receiving mail at her address from the IRS for other people. She was referred to the Postal Service for help with the problem.

Officers assisted a motorist on the 530 overpass whose vehicle had a dead battery. The vehicle was pushed out of the lanes of travel to clear traffic.

Animal Control Officers responded to a complaint of a barking dog on Chugwater Drive; the owner could not be contacted and a note was posted at the residence regarding the complaint.

Officers were dispatched to a Harassment complaint of E 2nd N when the victim stated she is receiving unwanted text messages on her cell phone. The officer checked the victim’s phone and realized the messages were coming from an APP on her cell phone. The App was deleted and the problem was solved.

Officers responded to a disturbance call on E 2nd S between a land lord and renters; officer kept the peace while the situation was discussed.

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