Officers were dispatched to the FMC Park Shooting Range to meet with Parks Department personnel who discovered damage to the restroom building at the range. It was discovered someone had shot the building multiple times with a firearm sometime over the past weekend. Damages were estimated at $500. Anyone with information with about this incident is asked to call the Green River Police Department at 872-0555.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a residence on Arizona St. in reference to a dog bite report. The dog was surrendered to the Animal Control Officers.
Officers were dispatched to vehicle crash at Monroe Ave. and Evers St. Patricia Gotfredson was east bound on Monroe Ave. when the left front tire and wheel of her 1988 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer came off the vehicle and rolled down Monroe Ave. and collided with a residence at the corner of Monroe and Evers. There was minor damage to the residence and no injuries.
Officers took a suspicious circumstance report on the 300 block of Mansface St.
Officers were dispatched to Hoback St. to investigate a report of a missing license plate.
Chantell Coen, 25 years old of Green River was cited and released for Driving with a Suspended Driver’s License. Officers conducted a traffic stop on Coen’s vehicle after observing Coen failing to maintain a single lane of travel.
A red adult men’s bicycle was turned into the police department after a citizen found the bicycle on Expedition Island.
Officers marked a car on Monroe Ave. for five day parking enforcement after receiving an anonymous complaint about the vehicle being parked for an extended period of time on the street.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel at a residence on Riverview Dr. after a 43 year old female had an allergic reaction to the latex paint she was using. The victim was transported to Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County for treatment.
An anonymous citizen turned in a found passport to the police department. It was returned to the owner’s mother.
A person called the police department to report he had forgotten a pistol when he left a motel in Green River. The pistol had been turned into the manager’s office. The person will be back in Green River in a few days to claim his pistol.
Officers received a complaint of a vehicle having been parked in a handicapped space at a business on Uinta Dr. The vehicle was moved when officers arrived.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Oklahoma St. to a domestic dispute between a father and his teenage son. The dispute was not physical.