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Monday Dispatch: Trespass, Theft and Fake IDs

Monday Dispatch: Trespass, Theft and Fake IDs

(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 63 calls to the area dispatch on Monday, March 21. *Crime Reports and Arrests * Trespass: On Monday, Jackson Police officers were dispatched to a local bar in reference to a subject who was trespassing. The subject had previously been given a trespass notice that prohibited him from being on the property. When contacted, the subject acknowledged that he knew he was not to be on the property, yet he wanted to drink there with a friend. The establishment was desirous of prosecution and as a result, Jeremiah Sinarski, 39, of Jackson was charged with criminal trespass. Theft: On Monday, a subject reported to the Jackson Police Department that he believed his license plate had been stolen while he was parked at a local motel. Fake ID: On Monday, Jackson Police officers were called to a local bar in reference to a subject attempting gain entry with a false identification. When confronted, the subject admitted the identification was false. As a result, Juliana K Garber, 20, of Upper Saddle River, NJ was charged with unlawful use of a license. Fake ID: On Monday evening, Jackson Police officers were called to a local bar in reference to a subject attempting gain entry with a false identification. When confronted, the subject admitted the identification was false. As a result, Luke Rosser Edwards, 18, of Burlingame, CA was charged with using a false identification to obtain alcohol. *Collisions * Yesterday, there were two auto collisions, including one hit and run. *Other* Other dispatch reports included medical assists, motorist assists, driving complaints, citizen assists, animal control calls, lost and found property, and false alarms. #buckrail #news