Officers responded to a report from a startled citizen on Alaska Dr. who heard noises inside their residence. Officers arrived and checked the area and found no source of the noises.
Officers responded to report of an attempted telephone fraud on Andrews St. The resident was able to stop the attempt by telling the caller they did not possess any credit cards or debit cards.
Officers were dispatched to the office of Wyoming Probation and Parole to administer two drug tests.
Officers were again dispatched to the office of Wyoming Probation and Parole to administer a drug test.
Animal Control Officers were dispatched to a reported animal neglect on Monroe Ave. The call was determined to be unfounded.
Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Unita to a business reporting an abandoned vehicle. The vehicle was tagged for removal.
Officers investigated a reported vandalism to a sculpture located on Uinta at Powell. The Green River Police Department would like anyone who might have information on this matter to call the police department at 872-0555.
The manager of a business on W. Flaming Gorge discovered two suspected marijuana pipes and turned them over to police officers for destruction.
Officers were dispatched to the office of Wyoming Probation and Parole to administer two more drug tests.
Officers investigated a two car crash at the intersection of E. 2 S. and S. 2 E. Marilyn Allen, 58 years old of Green River was cited for failing to yield right of way when her 2012 Ford Fusion collided with a 2012 Nissan Sentra driven by a 17 year old juvenile. Allen was attempting to make a left turn onto E. 2 S when the collision occurred. No injuries were reported and combined damages were estimated at less than $1000.
Officers conducted a civil standby on the 100 block of Uinta.
Officer’s investigated a one car crash at Stratton- Myer Park. Regina Harvey, 43 years old of Green River struck a wooden fence post while entering a parking space with her 2010 Toyota Sequoia. No damage to the Toyota was found, but the fence post broke in two pieces. Damages were estimated at less than $1000.
Officers responded to a trespassing complaint on the 500 block of Windriver Dr. The offender had left the area and once located will be given a trespass warning.
Animal Control officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of E. Teton to a report of a coyote pup trapped in a backyard. Animal Control Officers impounded the coyote.
Officers responded to a found wallet report on 420 Wilkes Dr.