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Monday Dispatch: Stalking, suspicious circumstances, and hit and run

(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 53 calls to the area dispatch on Monday, February 1. *Crime Reports and Arrests * Stalking: On Monday at 1:49 p.m., a subject reported to the Jackson Police Department that another has been repeatedly contacting her via Facebook, text, and phone calls even after being asked to stop multiple times. The suspect is not in the area. The investigation continues into the allegations and the victim is in the process of obtaining a protection order. Suspicious Circumstances: At 10:34 p.m. on Monday evening, Jackson Police officers responded to a restaurant/bar in reference to a subject masturbating inside. It was reported a subject entered the business and ordered a beer. A short time later several other patrons observed the subject with his pants down, masturbating at his table. They yelled and alerted the bar staff. The suspect quickly exited the establishment, with his pants still partially down. The business has no video surveillance and neither staff nor other patrons had ever seen the suspect before. *Collisions * There were four auto collisions yesterday, including two hit and runs. Hit and Run: On Monday at 5:47 p.m., a person reported to the Jackson Police Department that a van backed into a pick-up in a business parking lot. A witness told the driver to stop, but the vehicle fled the scene. Witnesses described the vehicle as a burgundy Ford Astro Van with Wyoming license plates occupied by three Hispanic females. Officers were unable to locate the suspect vehicle. *Other* Other dispatch reports included snow tow citations, driving complaints, road hazards, medical assists, citizen assists, and lost and found property. #buckrail #news