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Posted on: June 25, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Daily Crime Summary 6/22-6/24

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Case NumberReported Date/TimeCase Comments
PDP18060009506/22/2018 9:41:56Customer rented car from local rental lot for two days.  The vehicle is now a couple weeks overdue and the customer is failing to answer the phone for law enforcement or return the car.  Vehicle value approximately $23,000.00.
PDP18060010106/22/2018 16:56:00Responded to Smith's for a fight between employees. Upon arrival, suspect had left on foot. Officers contacted subject at his residence. Subject admitted to taking two handfuls of medication to cause harm to himself. Subject taken to hospital on mental hold and charged with battery.
PDP18060009606/22/2018 19:32:00Male called to report that he found his vehicle damaged after leaving it unattended. There are no leads and no suspect information in this case.
PDP18060009706/22/2018 23:15:00Officers responded to a female passed out at 55 N Cache St.  Officers determined female was intoxicated and unable to care for herself.  Female was arrested and booked for Public Intoxication.
Total Records: 6

Case NumberReported Date/TimeCase Comments
PDP18060009906/23/2018 0:47:00Female called to report that a neighbor in her apartment building assaulted her. The neighbor was located and admitted to the assault. The incident was also captured on security cameras. The neighbor that committed the assault was issued a citation and released.  
PDP18060009806/23/2018 1:03:00Intoxicated male refused to leave bar after being asked by staff several times.  Male became argumentative with staff, patrons,  bystanders outside and law enforcement.  Male was arrested for public intoxication.
PDP18060010006/23/2018 2:33:00Man was found passed out on the sidewalk and could not be woken.  Subject was transported by EMS to hospital.  After several hours subject started waking up and was given the option to call someone to pick him up.  Subject refused and decided he would rather go to jail.  Subject was taken into custody for public intoxication.
PDP18060010206/23/2018 15:20:00A piece of found property turned over evidence of potential controlled substance delivery. After an investigation a man was arrested for delivery of controlled substances.
PDP18060010306/23/2018 19:18:00Female left her bicycle unsecured on her property and it was stolen.  
PDP18060010406/23/2018 20:12:00Manager at Snake River Brewing called Police to have a male served a notice of trespass from the property. The male was also a suspect in a bicycle theft from the property earlier in the day. The male was located on the property and served the notice of trespass as well as admitting to stealing the bicycle. The male was cited and released for the theft. The bicycle was located and returned to the owner.
PDP18060010506/23/2018 23:21:00Male was asked several times by staff to leave a business.  Man refused.  Man was asked by police to leave and again refused.  Man was arrested for trespassing.
Total Records: 7

Case NumberReported Date/TimeCase Comments
PDP18060010606/24/2018 10:44:00According to the reporting party, these two bicycles were left in the common area of the Pink Garter Plaza for several days. The bicycles were logged in as found property.
PDP18060010706/24/2018 13:41:46Glasses turned in as found property.
Total Records: 2

Lieutenant Roger Schultz
Jackson Police Department
P.O. Box 1687
150 East Pearl Avenue
Jackson, WY  83001
PH (307) 733-1430
FAX (307) 733-3241

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