Thursday Dispatch: Public intox, DUI, domestic violence and theft

(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 62 calls to the area dispatch on Thursday, March 3. *Crime Reports and Arrests * Public Intox: At 5:03 a.m. on Thursday, Jackson Police officers were dispatched to a report of a subject banging on doors of a condominium complex and shouting. As they were looking for the subject an intoxicated person stepped out of a garage. They asked the subject if he lived there and he said he did and that he had not heard any noises and he went back inside the garage. At that time, no disturbance was found. A short while later, officers were dispatched back to the area for a subject again banging on a door. Again, they found the subject they had spoken to earlier. This time, a homeowner also came out and identified the subject as the suspect and not a resident of the complex. Through further investigation, officers determined the subject lived in another part of town and could not explain why he was in the area. They also learned he was on probation and was not to be consuming alcohol. As a result, Joel W Hammond, 25, of Jackson was charged with criminal trespass, breach of peace, public intoxication, and probation violation. Theft: At 1:10 p.m. on Thursday, the Jackson Police Department received a report that a vehicle filled with gasoline and left a gas station without paying. According to the Jackson PD, there is no video and a limited description of the vehicle. Domestic Violence: On Thursday at 8:08 p.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a report of domestic violence. It was determined that a dating couple engaged in a heated verbal argument. Eventually, the female began throwing dishes and trash and she began punching and choking the male. During the tirade, the female slipped on items she had thrown on the floor and injured herself. Officers noticed a hole in a wall caused by the female throwing an object at it and a large flat screen television had been shattered when the female punched it. As a result, the female was charged with domestic battery and property destruction. DUI: On Thursday, according to the Teton County Sheriff's Office Inmate List, Kevin Darrin Perry, 43, of Wilson was arrested for driving under the influence. *Collisions* There were two auto collisions yesterday, including one hit and run. *Other* Other dispatch reports included pedestrian stops, motorist assists, lost and found property, road hazards, driving complaints, and citizen assists. #buckrail #news