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Police Blotter

Posted on: March 30, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

March 27-29, 2020

We had 70 calls for service over the weekend.  It was pretty quiet with the number of people staying home to protect themselves from Covid-19 spread.  

20032349:  Collision Hit & Run.

20032371:  On March 28, 2020, at about 8:50 a.m., Officer Peery responded to a report of Property Destruction.  They arrived and found a male and female arguing over a parking spot.  The woman had apparently taken the man’s parking spot momentarily to pick up some baby formula for her child.  The man confronted her and when she tried to explain what she was doing and that she would only be there for a moment, the man grabbed a tool from his truck and broke out her back window.  The man said this was an ongoing issue and admitted to losing his temper and breaking the window.  Officer Peery cited him for Destruction of Property.

20032402:  On March 28, 2020, at about 4:13 p.m., Officer Mattson responded to a 911 call, in which a woman was heard to be crying.  Officers responded and contacted the parties involved.  Initially, they were told over and over again that nothing was wrong and that a child had called 911 by mistake.  Officer Peery was also on scene and used his Spanish skills to help figure out what had happened.  The best they were able to determine was that a husband and wife had argued and the man went outside to cool off, taking an infant child with him.  This may have prompted the 911 call, but it’s hard to say since we didn’t feel like anyone was telling us the truth.  Officers were not able to determine that a crime occurred and provided each party with a resource card for information about local agencies with resources to assist them.  

20032415:  This report was generated when we assisted the Wyoming Highway Patrol with a transport and breath test on March 28, 2020, at 10:19 p.m.  We’re always there to assist our law enforcement brothers and sisters.

20032436:  March 29, 2020 at about 11:47 a.m., Cpl. P. Smith responded to a report of a Collision Hit & Run at the parking structure.  If you haven’t noticed, there are video cameras all over the building and he was easily able to identify the suspect and suspect vehicle.  He contacted the suspect and issued the 23 year old Jackson, WY man a citation for Hit & Run and not having valid insurance.  

20032456:  On March 29, 2020, at about 6:15 pm., Officer Osmond responded to  a Welfare Check.  It was reported that a woman was suicidal.  We located the woman, determined that she need help and brought her in for evaluation so she could get the help she needed.  

That’s it from the weekend.  Stay safe out there.  

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