Monday Dispatch: DUI, intoxicated pedestrian, public intox and more

(Jackson, Wyo.) – Here is a recap of local dispatch and law enforcement activity from yesterday in the Town of Jackson and Teton County. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until proven guilty. There were 55 calls to the area dispatch on Monday, January 11. *Crime Reports and Arrests * DUI: At 12:55 a.m. on Monday, a Jackson Police officer observed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign, instead proceeding into the middle of the intersection before stopping. Officers contacted the driver and noted objective signs of intoxication and the driver admitted to drinking alcohol prior to driving. The subject failed field sobriety tests and as a result, Eric Alberto Mendoza, 33, of Jackson was charged with DUI. Disturbance: On Monday at 10:05 a.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a report of a disturbance and a potential domestic violence. The domestic violence portion of the call was unfounded, but one party gave officers numerous different names and birth dates, refusing to properly identify himself. Officers were finally able to positively identify the subject after locating paperwork and speaking to witnesses. As a result of his efforts to hinder the investigation, Serafin Loaiza Carmona, 19, of Jackson was charged with interference with a peace officer. Intoxicated Pedestrian: At 4:49 p.m. on Monday, Jackson Police officers were dispatched to a report of two subjects in the middle of a street yelling. Officers contacted the subjects and found them to be intoxicated. The subjects had a hard time maintaining their balance and showed many objective signs of intoxication. It was determined the subjects were a danger to themselves and were interfering with traffic. As a result, Aaron Michaell Urbina, 30, of Jackson and Juan Carlos Ordonez Mayen, 21, of Driggs, ID were charged with intoxicated pedestrian. Public Intox: At 11:03 p.m. on Monday, Jackson Police officers were dispatched to a local bar in reference to a subject who had fallen off of a bench. It was reported the subject was extremely intoxicated and that the fall had resulted in a laceration above the subject’s eye that would likely require stitches. Officers located the subject and found her to be extremely intoxicated, to the point she could not even sit without falling over. Officers determined the subject required medical care for both the laceration and due to her level of intoxication. The subject was transported to St. John’s Medical Center where she was released for medical care. At the conclusion of the contact, Agatha Maria Teti, 30, of Jackson was charged with public intoxication. *Collisions * There were four auto collisions yesterday, including two hit and runs. Hit and Run: At 6:19 p.m. on Monday, a person reported to the Jackson Police Department that she was at an intersection in the right turn lane. Another vehicle was to her left in the through lane. When the light turned green, the vehicle in the through lane turned right, striking the front of the victim vehicle. The suspect vehicle continued without stopping. The suspect vehicle was described as a dark colored pick-up with a purple colored business sticker on the side. No further information is known at this time. *Other* Other dispatch reports included pedestrian stops, citizen assists, motorist assists, welfare checks, road hazards, medical assists, and traffic problems. #buckrail #news