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Posted on: September 21, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 9/21/2012

Officers investigated a report of Larceny on Uinta Drive when a store employee reported a gas drive off at the Maverick Store. Video cameras captured the vehicle’s registration plate and description of the driver and the case is under investigation.

Officers investigated a crash on private property when a pickup truck driven by Samuel Krmpotich backed into a parked car owned by Matthew Atkins. Damage to both vehicles was estimated at under $1000 each and no injuries were reported.

Officers were dispatched to a report of an unattended death of a 90 year old woman on Colorado Drive. The investigation at the scene was turned over to the detective division. The coroner’s office was contacted and took possession of the body to determine manner and cause of the death.

A missing persons report was taken on Wilderness Trail when a five year old failed to arrive home from school. The child was later located at a friend’s residence and returned home safely.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on E Rail Road Street when patron entered a business and advised he fell struck his head on the street. The subject was transported to Memorial Hospital for treatment of his injuries.

A harassment complaint was taken on E 2nd N; the suspect was contacted and warned.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on E Teton Blvd with a 73 year old male who reportedly was having mental issues and was transported to Memorial Hospital for observation.

A barking dog complaint was taken on Cumorah Way; the dog’s owner was contacted and warned of the complaint.

Officers observed a dog at large on Hitching Post Drive; the dog was returned to the owner with a warning.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic dispute on Vermont Ct; verbal in nature, husband left for the night.

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