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Weekend Dispatch: DUIs, missing person, code enforcements and collisions

Weekend Dispatch: DUIs, missing person, code enforcements and collisions

(Jackson, Wyo.) – Here is a recap of local dispatch and law enforcement activity from this past weekend in the Town of Jackson and Teton County. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until proven guilty. There were 135 calls to the area dispatch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. *Crime Reports and Arrests * Contempt of Court: On Saturday, Joshua Aaron Odette, 32, of Etna was arrested for contempt of court. DUI: On Saturday, Jacob Lavoie Lamarine, 37, of Jackson was arrested for driving under the influence. DUI: On Sunday, Aryn Petrus, 37, of Rigby, Idaho was arrested for driving under the influence. Missing Person: At 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, according to the Jackson Police Department, a juvenile who is in the custody of a group home was on an authorized weekend visit to the home of their parent. The juvenile went out and failed to return home and was reported as a runaway. Within several hours, the juvenile was located and returned to the group home. Code Enforcement: At 7:25 p.m. on Sunday, a Jackson Police officer was conducting alcohol compliance checks with an 18-year-old assisting. While conducting a check at The Liquor Store, the clerk sold alcohol to the minor without checking identification. As a result, Hana Hagerott, 22, of Sheridan, was charged with selling alcohol to a minor. Code Enforcement: At 7:25 on Sunday, a Jackson Police officer was conducting alcohol compliance checks with an 18-year-old assisting. While conducting a check at KJ’s Phillips 66, the clerk sold alcohol to the minor despite checking the minor’s identification and comparing it to an ID calendar, both of which indicated the minor was 18-years-old. As a result, Mihai Martinica, 25, of Jackson was charged with selling alcohol to a minor. Code Enforcement: On Sunday at 7:25 p.m., a Jackson Police officer was conducting alcohol compliance checks with an 18-year-old assisting. While conducting a check at El Tequila, the clerk sold alcohol to the minor without checking identification. As a result, the 17-year-old employee was charged with selling alcohol to a minor. Additional charges may be pending against the manager as it is illegal to allow a person under 18 to serve alcohol. *Collisions* There were ten auto collisions this past weekend, including two hit and runs and one that involved injuries. Hit and Run: At 8:07 a.m. on Saturday, a person reported to the Jackson Police Department that their vehicle had been the victim of a hit and run. The subject was unsure when or where the damage had occurred but thinks it may have happened at the grocery store. According to the Jackson PD, there are no leads. *Other* Other dispatch reports included citizen assists, snow tow citations, road hazards, lost and found property. code enforcements, animal control calls, and motorist assists. #buckrail #news