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Posted on: September 12, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 9/12/2012

Press Release 9/12/12
Tamara M Prescott, age 42, of Green River was arrested on 9/11/12 at 03:47 pm on Colorado Drive for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense. Officers were dispatched to a property damage crash on Colorado Drive and subsequent investigation determined Prescott was intoxicated at the time of the crash. Prescott was taken into custody and transported to the GRPD where she was read the Wyoming Implied Consent and she refused a breath test. A search warrant for her blood was obtained and she was taken to Memorial Hospital to have a blood draw and then later transported to jail.

GRPD’s K-9 officer was dispatched to an apartment on Riverview Drive to conduct a search for drugs. The renter agreed to a consent search and the dog alerted to several locations in a bedroom of the apartment. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A Domestic Battery report was taken on Cumorah Way when the victim advised she was assaulted by her boyfriend after they had been drinking. The parties were separated for the evening and a report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A Larceny report was taken on W Flaming Gorge Way when the driver of a U-Haul van pumped $100 in fuel and left without paying. The suspect and vehicle were later located and identified. The employee at the business was not sure if the manager wanted to seek prosecution at that time. The manager later contacted police and advised the subject had not returned to pay for the fuel and she wanted him charged with the larceny. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A Larceny report was investigated on W Flaming Gorge Way when the victim advised someone has stolen his prescription medication from his room. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

A juvenile runaway report was taken on Hitching Post Drive when a mother reported her daughter is missing on 9/10/12. The daughter returned home on 9/11/12 and would only tell her mother she spent the night with a friend. A report was forwarded to the County Attorney’s office for review.

A Nuisance Property complaint was taken on Keith Drive. The property owner was contacted and issued a warning and he advised he would take care of the problem.

An accidental damage report was taken on Aspen Way when the victim advised a juvenile riding a bike lost control and struck his parked pickup truck causing $500 in damages.

A Littering report was taken on Monroe Ave when the victim advised her neighbor dumped gasoline down a drain in front of their apartment.

The GRFD was contacted and using a device could not detect any harmful fumes. The suspect admitted to dumping the gas and a report was forwarded to the city prosecutor for review.

A Chevrolet passenger car, owned by Blair Thueson of Broomfield Colorado, was towed as an abandoned vehicle from W Teton Blvd.

A parking complaint was taken on W 2nd S regarding a boat and trailer parked on the street; the owner could not be contacted and the trailer was tagged.

Animal Control Officers responded to a report of a skunk in a trap on Uinta Drive.

Animal Control Officers took a report of an animal bite on E Teton Blvd when the reporting party advised a child was bitten by a mouse while at the playground.

Officers were dispatched to Harrison School regarding parking problems; several drivers were picking up children after school and were advised of the violations.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Wild Horse Canyon Drive with a 55 year old male having trouble breathing.

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