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Posted on: August 2, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Press Release August 2, 2013

Press Release August 2, 2013

The Following events were reported on August 1, 2013:
A report of suspicious activity was called in at 1420 Uinta after a vehicle was seen on the property, after hours, near the fuel tanks. Officers took a report of the incident.

Officers assisted a subject with a civil issue near W Teton.

Officers were dispatched to 84 Uinta where the owner wanted to report property damage after some electrical lines were damaged. The incident is under investigation.

Officers took a report of vandalism at the Cemetery. The incident is still under investigation.

A report was made to Officers regarding lost property on Daniel Boone Dr. A female informed Officers that her passport went missing and wanted to see if it had possibly been turned in.

Officers responded to a juvenile problem at 1325 Bridger after the juvenile started screaming and ran off. The juvenile was located by Officers, shortly after, at a friend’s house.

Officers were dispatched to Colorado St after receiving a report of juveniles throwing rocks at parked vehicles and garbage into the street. Officers located the juveniles and spoke to them, along with their parents, about the issue. No damage was reported.

Officers responded to 700 Crossbow in regards to a 911 call. Officers found the female subject and confirmed that she was okay. She reported that she has an armband medical alert and she accidentally hit it while in the bathroom.

A Traffic Collision was reported on E Teton Blvd after a vehicle hit a deer. The driver informed Officers that a dog chased a deer toward the roadway after which the deer attempted to jump over her vehicle however landed on the windshield and hood while the vehicle was still in motion. The deer fled from the location and was not able to be located. The vehicle received damages to the hood and windshield.

Officers were dispatched to 1100 W Flaming Gorge in reference to a report of criminal entry and property destruction of a vehicle. The owner reported that the ignition switch was damaged sometime during the night and wanted to file a report. The incident is currently under investigation.

A report was made on S 7th W regarding property destruction. Officers were advised that a male subject drove through the yard of a residence and ran over the mailbox. It was reported that the subject has not been located yet.

Officers investigated animal complaints on Keith St, Nolan St, and on Riverview Dr.

Officers completed numerous VIN checks.

Officers investigated parking complaints on W Teton and on S 5th E. Vehicles were tagged as Abandoned.

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