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Weekend Dispatch: Disturbance, DUI, public intox, domestic violence and more

(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 110 calls to the area dispatch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. *Crime Reports and Arrests * Disturbance: On Friday at 12:27 a.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a local bar in reference to a subject causing a disturbance and refusing to leave. The subject eventually left but officers were dispatched back to the bar approximately two hours later when the same subject returned and again refused to leave after bar staff asked him to. As a result, Max Anders Jakob Lindholm 39, of Sweden was charged with criminal trespass. Disturbance: On Friday at 9:16 p.m., a person called the Jackson Police Department to report a former employee was acting bizarre. It was reported the employee was throwing store items into the dumpster and was potentially “hacking” the businesses accounts. According to the Jackson PD, follow-up continues. DUI: On Saturday at 2:41 a.m., a Jackson Police officer stopped a vehicle for driving 59 MPH in a 40 MPH zone. Upon contacting the driver, objective signs of intoxication were noted and the subject admitted to drinking prior to driving. The subject would only attempt a portion of field sobriety tests which he failed. The subject refused to provide a chemical test despite a search warrant being obtained commanding him to provide a sample. As a result, Derek D Dennis, 29, of Jackson was charged with DUI and interference with a peace officer. Public Intox: On Saturday morning at 4:25 a.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a report of a subject who was trying to gain entry into an occupied house by prying the door with a snow shovel. Officers located the subject and found he was intoxicated and he was wearing a sleeveless shirt and no shoes. It was approximately 20 degrees outside. The homeowners said the subject had been ringing their doorbell and knocking for about 10 minutes before he tried to pry the door open. The subject said he was trying to find a place to get warm. Officers noted obvious damage to the door. As a result, Gerrit G. Grant, 35, of Jackson was charged with property destruction. Domestic Violence: At 10:27 p.m. on Saturday, Jackson Police officers were dispatched to a report of domestic violence. It was reported a female was screaming for help. It was determined that the female had advised the male that their dating relationship was over. This caused the male to throw a drink on her then smash the glass on the floor. The female called 911 but the male took the phone from her and threw it before she could complete the call. The male subject then shoved the female to the floor where he squeezed her finger which had a cast on it. It was at that point that a neighbor who overheard the disturbance intervened. As a result of the incident, a 38-year-old Jackson male was charged with domestic battery and interference with an emergency call. Theft: On Sunday morning at 9:33 a.m., a person reported to the Jackson Police Department that he took a taxi from the airport to a hotel and he believes he left a backpack in the taxi. The taxi driver was contacted and said the subject took the backpack when exited the taxi. Hotel staff was contacted and said the subject was intoxicated when he arrived and needed some assistance getting to his room. They did not recall him having a backpack. At this time, it is unknown if the backpack was misplaced or stolen. Warrant: On Sunday at 9:54 a.m., a Jackson Police officer contacted a subject who he knew to have an active warrant out of Fremont County, Wyoming. As a result, Justin Tanner Collins, 35, of Jackson was placed under arrest. Sexual Assault: At 9:08 p.m. on Sunday evening, a person reported a sexual assault. According to the Jackson Police Department, the victim is a minor and the case is still under investigation. *Collisions* There were seven auto collisions this past weekend, including one hit and run. *Other* Other dispatch reports included driving complaints, snow tow citations, animal control calls, road hazards, motorist assists, citizen assists, warrant attempts, false alarms, fake ID calls, REDDI reports, and medical assists. #buckrail #news