Dispatch: Elk wasted; 2-year-old found unsupervised; lots of wrecks

Here is today’s recap of law enforcement action around the county. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Riverton Police DepartmentArrests/Citations:Brody C. Miller, 19, Riverton, Minor Under the Influence of Alcohol and on a Failure to Appear warrant.Ryan J. Hamlin, 25, Riverton, Contempt of Court.Cory L. SunRhodes, 29, Riverton, Probation Revocation.A 17-year-old Riverton man was cited for Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia during a Probation and Parole search of his home.Gregory Chaves, 52, Riverton, Public Intoxication.Lawrence M. Jolly, 59, Riverton, Battery. The victim, who was taken to the hospital with a gash on her head caused allegedly by a fist to the face. The victim was uncooperative.A 51-year-old female from Denver was found with a Failure to Appear warrant.Leandre Whiteantelope, 20, Riverton, Aggravated Assault and Battery. Whiteantelope allegedly attacked a 31-year-old Riverton woman with a butcher knife during a house party, slicing her arm open and causing several other indentations. The incident was reported at 2:05 a.m. in the 700 block of Eagle Drive on Sunday morning.Calls:There were 59 calls for service on Friday.With the snow on Friday, the Riverton Police responded to a total of 27 fender-benders throughout the day across the city. Most were caused by speed too fast for conditions, said Captain Todd Byerly.A caller in the 500 block of South 3rd West called police at 12:14 a.m. to report someone had been banging on their door. Neither the caller’s husband nor the RPD could find anyone in the area.A man reported he had taken his vehicle in for service at a shop in the 700 block of South Federal, and it was left outside overnight, apparently unlocked. Reported taken from the vehicle were a Toshiba Laptop computer, 50 miscellaneous movies, a Smith and Wesson model 657-41 magnum firearm. The theft is under investigation.Police assisted an elderly man who suffered a medical issue at the Social Security Office to the hospital.A man who was found passed out behind a building in the 500 block of East Main was taken to the Center of Hope.A hit and run crash was reported in the parking lot of the Comfort Inn, but the reporting party apparently left before police arrived.A 39-year-old Riverton man was taken to the Center of Hope after he was found laying under the trees and covered with snow in the 500 block of East Pershing. The man’s BAC level was measured at 0.363 percent.A woman called police from the 400 block of North 7th East to report a fluorescent yellow backpack owned by her went missing from the residence.At 5:06 p.m. officers were called to a tenant/landlord dispute over an attempted eviction. The landlord was advised as to the proper eviction procedure.A two-year-old female wearing only a diaper was found wandering around the Eagle Drive area. The child had walked into one apartment there and then left and was outside when police found her. She was taken into protective custody and then transferred to the custody of Tribal DFS. The investigation into why the child was outside and not clothed for the weather is ongoing. Charges may be pending. A police report said the child was cold, but otherwise was fine. The mother of the child was identified. There were 36 calls for service on Saturday.A report of a domestic violence incidence at 8:36 a.m. on College Hill Drive was unfounded.A bicycle was reported left at an address in the 700 block of South Federal. It was determined the bicycle's owner had been taken to the Center of Hope. Police collected the bike to return to the person when she is discharged.At 11:53 a.m. a suspicious person complaint was phoned in on the 700 block of South 2nd West. Police found a woman taking photos for a Christmas card.Police were called to the 300 block of East Madison at 12:44 where a seven-year-old boy wanted to play with two other children, but when they said no, he said he was carrying a bomb that he would set off unless they played with him. It was a kitchen timer in his had. The boy was counseled that threatening others was not a way to get kids to play with him. His parents were notified.At 6:01 p.m., police were called the 600 block of West Main where a woman apparently experiencing a medical issue was walking back and forth into the street. The 41-year-old woman was from Colorado. A friend came and got her and took her to safety. The woman had allegedly been using marijuana.Two tires on a green Toyota Camry were allegedly slashed in the 900 block of East Washington. It is believed to be involved with a domestic dispute between former romantic partners. There were 28 calls for Service on Sunday.A caller notified police at 1:08 a.m. that his vehicle in the 800 block of Mary Anne had been egged.A fight was reported between an Aunt and her niece. It was verbal only.A woman in the 1300 block of South Federal awoke at 6:32 a.m. to find a naked man laying on the floor of her living room. The woman yelled at the man who ran into a back bedroom, presumably to get dressed, and then ran out of the house where coincidentally some acquaintances of his were driving by. They gave him a ride. Police have the identification of the driver of the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.A dog that was barking in the 1500 block of East Monroe was taken inside by its owner, who refused to talk with police.A resident in the 800 block of North 12th East reported his vehicle had been egged.The compressed natural gas pump at the South Federal Pit Stop Travel Center began leaking gas and the shut-off valve was not working. Encana was notified and they sent someone to shut off the gas.At 3:37 p.m. Safeway reported two females ran out of the store pushing a grocery cart that was filled with groceries. They dumped the food into the back of a blue Jeep Cherokee and drove west on Pershing. Video Surveillance is being reviewed to identify the suspects. Value of the groceries was not available.No charges were lodged after three women got into a fight at 10:04 p.m. at an apartment on College Hill Drive. A woman trying to break up the fight got a fist in the face and went to the hospital to be checked out. She did not want to file any charges. Fremont County CoronerThree deaths were reported over the weekend, including a 47-year-old female in Riverton, a 36-year-old female from Fort Washakie and a 56 year-old male of Lander. No other information was released.Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Jeffrey Darnell*, 35, Riverton, Domestic Violence Battery and Bond Revocation. Darnell was arrested on Sunday morning after deputies were called by a woman who said he stole her .22 pistol and shot her dog. Neither the pistol nor the dog were located. Investigation continues. *Darwin Shakespeare*, 26, Riverton, Driving Under the Influence and Registration Violation. *Calls:* Throughout Friday, deputies were running around the county responding to wrecks caused by slick roads during a snow storm. No serious injuries were reported. At 12:17 p.m., a woman in the Riverton area reported that she let her son borrow a gun, but now he wouldn't give it back. At 3:09 p.m., a caller on the 200 block of Ocean Lake Road reported hearing a female screaming. Deputies determined that there was a child calling for a dog. A caller on Saturday morning reported that there 13-15 horses on property off Sinks Canyon Road that had no food or water. The report was determined to be unfounded. A theft of prescription drugs in the Riverton area is under investigation. At 3:56 p.m., a caller on the 900 block of Rendezvous Road reported that there was a person who was struck by a vehicle. Deputies and EMS later determined that there was an intoxicated man laying in the road; he had not been hit by car. At 10:49 p.m. on Saturday, deputies were called to SageWest - Riverton where a pregnant woman was being treated after being assaulted. She reportedly had been hit in the stomach. The woman and child were determined to be OK, and the report is still under investigation. At 7:04 a.m. on Sunday, deputies broke up a minor fight between female inmates at the Fremont County Detention Center. At 3:08 p.m., the apparent waste of a large bull elk in the Dubois area was reported. It had been shot and appeared to have been dead for some time. Wyoming Game & Fish was notified. Two small earthquakes were reported just north of Dubois last night. A deputy patrolled the area and found no damage. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Kenneth Addison*, 30, Ethete, Campbell County Warrant. He was arrested on Friday afternoon after police were called to the hospital for a report of disorderly suspect. *A 23-year-old Rawlins man* was cited for Property Destruction and Trespassing after allegedly breaking a gate on the 200 block of Macfarlane Drive and damaging the cover on a hot tub on Sunday morning. *A 55-year-old Lander woman* was cited for Dog at Large on Sunday after her dog allegedly tried to bite someone. *Calls:* On Friday, police responded to multiple wreck in two caused in-part by the slick roads. Some had minor damage, some caused more than $1,000 in destruction. A caller on Goodrich Drive reported receiving a fraudulent postcard. A report of a possible physical altercation at Lander Valley High School was reported Friday afternoon. The report was not yet complete. At 2:08 a.m. on Saturday, a caller reported a bunch of drunk juveniles in a car in the Bomgaars parking lot. Police were unable to locate the vehicle. At 6:49 a.m., a caller on the 800 block of Washakie Street reported that they found a bumper in their driveway and damage to their fence. A hit and run is under investigation. A Sunday morning report of a couple pit bulls attacking someone else's dog is under investigation. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 45 calls for service over the weekend. *Fire Departments* Firefighters countywide responded to 10 calls for service. Most of the calls were for wrecks, but a structure fire was reported on 17 Mile Road in Ethete on Saturday, and another one was on Split Rock Lane near Jeffrey City on Sunday. #county10 #news