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Posted on: May 10, 2010

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 5/10/2010

Ronald Ryan, age 32, of Green River was arrested on 5/7/10 on Monroe Avenue pursuant to an arrest warrant. Williams is charged with Battery Against a Household Member and False Imprisonment. The charges stem from an investigation that was initiated on 4/26/10 when officers were called to Memorial Hospital to speak with a subject who had been injured.

Officers are investigating the damage to a wooden gate in the Scott’s Bottom area of FMC park. Officers are also continuing to investigate a series of broken car windows. Anyone with information regarding these incidents is encouraged to contact the police department.

Elizabeth Monteleone, age 27, of Rock Springs was arrested on 5/7/10 for use of marijuana at the Probation and Parole office on Commerce Way. Monteleone tested positive for marijuana during a urinalysis and admitted to using marijuana at her home in Rock Springs.

Officers investigated a reported battery on Uinta Drive. No arrests were made. A report will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office to determine if charges are warranted.

The theft of a bicycle was reported on Knotty Pine St. The theft of a license plate was reported on Cumorah Way.

Officers were called to a wounded deer at the East End of Flaming Gorge Way. The deer was euthanized at the request of Wyoming Game and Fish.

Officers detained a male juvenile for a curfew violation at Vet’s park. Officers were responding to a report of subjects attempting to enter parked cars when the juvenile was located. The subject was subsequently released to his parents.

Joshua Jessen, age 30, of Green River was arrested on 5/9/10 for driving while under suspension on E. 3rd S. at S. 4th E. Jessen had been stopped for an equipment violation prior to his arrest.

Heather Lawrence, age 23, of Green River was arrested on 5/9/10 for Battery of a Household Member on Wilderness Tr. Heather initially claimed she was the victim of an assault, but subsequently admitted to putting on make-up to stage her injuries.

Officers investigated traffic crashes on Honor Way, N. 1st W. St. and on the FMC Park shooting range road. Officers are also investigating a hit and run on the FMC Park road.

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