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Weekend Dispatch: Criminal trespass, DUI and public intox

Weekend Dispatch: Criminal trespass, DUI and public intox

(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 141 calls to the area dispatch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. *Crime Reports and Arrests * Citizen Assist: At 1:43 p.m. on Friday afternoon, a man reported to the Jackson Police Department that unauthorized charges were on his credit card. According to the Jackson PD, follow-up is being done by the issuing bank. Disturbance/Criminal Trespass: On Saturday early morning at 12:48 a.m., according to the Jackson Police Department, a subject was causing a disturbance at a bar. Two of the subject’s friends were able to get him to a hotel room for the night, but he was issued a criminal trespass notice for the bar. DUI: On Saturday, according to the Teton County Sheriff's Office Inmate List, Jennifer Lynn Grutzmacher, 43, of Jackson was arrested for driving under the influence. DUI: On Saturday, according to the Teton County Sheriff's Office Inmate List, Samuel McKean Trautman, 38, of Victor, Idaho was arrested for driving under the influence and interference with a police officer. DUI: At 1:35 a.m. on Sunday, a Jackson Police officer observed a vehicle come to an abrupt stop at an intersection. After proceeding through the intersection, the vehicle went a short distance before again coming to an abrupt stop, this time in the travel lane. When the vehicle stopped the second time, the driver jumped out of the driver seat and ran toward a male and female on the sidewalk, grabbing the female and attempting to pull her into his vehicle. The officer intervened and the subject released the female. The male explained that the female was his sister. He said he did not trust the male she was with so he was attempting to take her back to the location where they were staying. The officer noted the male who had been driving had many objective signs of intoxication and he admitted to drinking alcohol prior to driving. The subject failed field sobriety tests and as a result, Evan Pescatore, 33, of Interlaken, New Jersey was charged with DUI. Public Intox: At 2:43 a.m. on Sunday morning, when Jackson Police officers placed the DUI subject above under arrest for DUI, his sister became belligerent and aggressive toward officers. She was clearly very intoxicated as evidenced by her poor balance and slurred speech. She had previously been rude and argumentative with officers during the DUI investigation. After the arrest, she started attempting to interfere with the officers ability to search and transport her brother. It became clear that she was too intoxicated to make decisions important to her own welfare and that she would continue to cause a disturbance. As a result, Cara L Pescatore, 31 of Interlaken, New Jersey was charged with public intoxication. DUI: On Sunday, according to the Teton County Sheriff's Office Inmate List, Christopher Patrick Gavin, 30, of Jackson was arrested for driving under the influence. Possession of a Controlled Substance: On Sunday, according to the Teton County Sheriff's Office Inmate List, Jeremiah Sinarski, 39, of Jackson was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. *Collisions* There were 10 total auto collisions this past weekend, including one that involved injuries. Collision with Injuries: On Sunday morning at 8:52 a.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a three vehicle collision on Broadway at Scott Lane. It was reported that the driver of the at fault vehicle had fled the scene on foot immediately after the collision. Officers located the subject a short time later hiding in a hotel. As a result, Jerson Yovany Chiyal-Sicajau, 19, of Jackson was charged with hit and run causing injury, no driver’s license, and failure to stop at a red light. According to the Jackson PD, the injuries were not life threatening. *Other* Other dispatch reports included snow tow citations, false fire alarms, animal control calls, citizen assists, lost and found property, driving complaints, medical assists, code enforcements, and road hazards. #buckrail #news