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Weekend Dispatch: DUI, public intox, theft, burglary and drug offenses

Weekend Dispatch: DUI, public intox, theft, burglary and drug offenses

(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 170 calls to the area dispatch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. *Crime Reports and Arrests * DUI: On Friday at 1:40 a.m., a Jackson Police officer observed a vehicle turn from the roadway into a parking lot. When the vehicle made the turn, it drove over the concrete median separating the entrance and exit of the parking lot. In addition, the vehicle had no license plates. The officer contacted the driver and observed signs of intoxication. The driver admitted to consuming both alcohol and prescription drugs prior to driving. A check revealed the subject was on probation and was not to be consuming alcohol and that the subject’s driver’s license was suspended from a previous DUI. The subject failed field sobriety tests and as a result, Robert Francis O’Leary III, 26, of Jackson was charged with DUI, driving under suspension, and probation violation. The next morning, the vehicle O’Leary was driving was reported to be stolen by the owner. It was discovered that O’Leary is an acquaintance of the vehicle owner and the keys to the vehicle had been in the glove box. The owner of the vehicle said that O’Leary did not have permission to use the vehicle and she wanted him prosecuted for taking the vehicle without her permission. As a result, O’Leary was additionally charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle. Theft: On Friday at 4:27 p.m., a local bank reported to the Jackson Police Department that a subject forged a withdrawal slip and was able to fraudulently obtain $2000.00 from a drive-up transaction. It was discovered that the teller did not properly identify the person requesting the withdrawal and as a result, the transaction was successful. The account owner has been credited the money back and the bank is the victim. Follow-up continues to identify the suspect. Public Intox: On Friday at 10:24 p.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a report of a female causing a disturbance at a local bar. Officers learned the female had been taking drinks onto the dance floor after being advised she was not allowed to have drinks on the dance floor. As a result, she was asked to leave. She refused to leave and instead threw her drink on the bar employee who asked her to leave. She then struck the employee several times in the chest before being removed from the bar. Officers spoke to the female and found her to be very intoxicated and unable to care for herself. As a result, Monique Morrison, 23, of Sandy, Utah was charged with unlawful contact, criminal trespass, and public intoxication. DUI: At 1:54 a.m. on Saturday, a Jackson Police officer stopped a vehicle for making numerous traffic violations to include speeding, failure to stop at a red light, and failure to maintain a lane. Upon contact, the driver showed objective signs of being intoxicated. The subject failed field sobriety tests and as a result, Ryan Alexander Stolp, 27, of Jackson was charged with DUI. Warrant: On Saturday at 1:25 p.m., a Jackson Police officer observed a vehicle whose driver he knew to have a warrant for his arrest. The officer contacted the subject and as a result, Michael David Clemetson, 28, of Jackson was placed under arrest. Drug Offense: At 10:40 p.m. on Saturday evening, a Jackson officer stopped a vehicle for failure to stop at a red light. Upon contacting the occupants the odor of marijuana was found to be coming from within the vehicle. Officers located a small amount of marijuana inside the vehicle. Several of the occupants were uncooperative and intentionally attempted to hinder the investigation. As a result, Christina Louise Lacombe, 29, of Park City, Utah was charged with possession of marijuana. Steven David Doolan, 39, of Park City , Utah was charged with interference with a peace officer and Thomas Gabriel Martin, 36, of Park City, Utah was charged with interference with a peace officer. Public Intox: At 3:01 a.m. on Sunday morning, a Jackson Police officer observed a subject who appeared to be intoxicated, stumbling down the sidewalk. Prior to contacting the subject, the officer observed the subject vomit on the sidewalk, then nearly fall down. When the subject was contacted he was unable to provide an address where he could go and he was adamant that he would walk wherever he went despite it being obvious that he was too intoxicated to safely walk. As a result, Henry Francis Lorence, 42, of Jackson was charged with public intoxication. Residential Burglary: On Sunday morning at 9:55 a.m., Jackson Police officers responded to a report of prescription medications having been stolen from a residence. Officers learned that homeowners came home to find items that had been inside the house to be outside on the hood of a car. A short time later the homeowner heard a gate outside his residence being manipulated and observed a subject walking out of his yard and found prescription medications missing from inside the residence. A possible suspect who has a connection the to the homeowner has been identified and follow-up continues. Drug Offense: At 1:02 p.m. on Sunday, while following up on another call, Jackson Police officers located a small bag with trace amounts of methamphetamine. A further search of the area found no other narcotics. No charges were filed. Drug Offense: On Sunday night at 11:25 p.m., a Jackson Police officer stopped a vehicle for speeding. Upon contacting the driver, the officer could smell the odor of marijuana coming from within the vehicle. A canine search of the vehicle revealed marijuana inside. As a result, Max J Schwartzapfel, 26, of Huntington, New York was charged with possession of marijuana. Warrant: On Sunday at 11:55 p.m., a Jackson Police officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle for failure to maintain a lane. Upon contact, the driver gave a false name to officers. Eventually, his true identity was learned and as a result, Adan Morillon Sosa, 27, of Jackson was charged with interference with a peace officer and driving without a driver’s license. A passenger in the vehicle was discovered to have an active warrant and as a result, Martin Galicia Hernandez, 32, of Jackson was placed under arrest for the warrant. *Collisions* There were three auto collisions this past weekend. *Other* Other dispatch reports included medical assists, lost and found property, road hazards, citizen assists, animal control calls, code enforcements, motorist assists, driving complaints, and more. *Feature Photo: h/t Jackson Police Department / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news