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Police Blotter

Posted on: April 2, 2020

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Police Blotter

Police Blotter

April 1, 2020

Covid-19 still got you down?  Here are a few more things you can do while stuck at home:  dust off that old guitar or other instrument and rock it like  Guns N’ Roses (don’t disturb the neighbors, please), try a face mask moisturizer (it’s okay if you’re a dude.  A man’s face needs it too), look at pictures of cats, or here is a fun one, mute the audio on a soap opera and create your own dialogue.  

Blotter time!

20040031:  On April 1, 2020, at 11:57 a.m., Officer Mattson responded to a report of a Domestic Battery.  His investigation revealed that no crime had been committed, but an argument over a spouse’s drinking habits.  No arrests were made, but we’ll document the incident for use later if this continues to be a problem.

20040073:  On April 1, 2020, at 6:13 p.m., Officer Peery responded to a report of fight between two men.  It looks like the fight started because someone wasn’t maintaining a six foot distance.  This led to an argument, which lead to pushing, wish ended with fists being thrown.  Seems bizarre, but it appears Covid-19 thing has everyone on edge.   The victim received minor injuries and the 19 year old Rock Springs, Wy man was cited for Battery.

20040075:  This one didn’t end up in a report, but it is certainly worth mentioning.  On April 1, 2020, at 6:29 p.m., Officer  Gerlach responded to a report of a suspicious person.  It was reported that a man told a START bus driver earlier in the week that he was Covid-19 positive and that today he was so stir crazy from being on mandatory quarantine that he just wanted to ride the START bus around.  The answer was a big, NO, followed by a call to the police.  We are still looking for the man, but you can be sure if we find him he’ll get a citation for breaking quarantine.  He may also be taken in on a mental hold for knowingly risking others to a potential lethal virus.  Who does that?

20040085:  Collision Hit & Run.  (No Suspect)

That’s it from yesterday.  Stay safe, Jackson.

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