Dispatch: Arrests; Girl bitten by dog; Two scams reported; Valuable bicycle stolen; $5k theft reported

*Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *Wednesday 11-25* *Two 15-year-old females at Riverton High School* were cited for being under the influence of alcohol. *Marcus Griebel*, 19, on a Probation and Parole hold. Three shoplifters were cited include a *35-year-old female of Arapahoe, A 58-year-old female of Riverton and a 19-year-old female of Riverton*. They were cited for going through the self check-out line at Walmart and only paying for $23 worth of merchandise while trying to leave the store with goods in the shopping cart valued at $166.77. *Marian Romero*, 51-year-old female from Denver, Disturbing the Peace after not cooperating with staff at the Center of Hope *William Klaproth,* 22, Shoshoni, Public Intoxication and on a warrant for Failure to Appear. *Thursday:* *Jason Dulfloth*, 40, Lovell, on a Natrona County warrant *A 28-year-old male* from Arapahoe was cited for Shoplifting an ink jet cartridge from Walmart valued at $23. *An 18-year-old Riverton male* was cited for Minor Under the Influence at Walmart. *Dylan Blackburn*, 18, Riverton on a Park County warrant *A 33-year-old Riverton woman* was cited for attempting to steal a $79 RCA computer from Walmart *Lloyd Pick*, 27, Riverton, Resisting Arrest. *Shawn Antelope*, 43, of Arapahoe, Felony Driving While Under the Influence (.13% BAC). The arrest was made in the 1300 block of South Federal *Friday:* *Garrett Medicinecloud*, 31, Hudson, on a Probation Violation *Saturday: * *A 38 year old male from Ethete and a 34-year-old female*, also from Ethete, were cited for Shoplifting $83.44 in diapers from Walmart. Neither of the transients had a child. *Sunday* *Daniel Whitebird*, 31, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence (.34% BAC). Whitebird’s dark colored van was found sideways in the roadway in the 2600 block of West Main Street. *Calls: * *There were 28 calls on Wednesday* A verbal altercation was reported at 12:20 a.m. in the 700 block of Eagle Drive. A resident in the 400 block of East Adams complained that his neighbor’s dog was still pooping in his yard. The dog’s owner was not at home. A door hanger was left asking the owner to call the RPD. A man called to talk to an officer to report that his daughter had been sexually assaulted on the bike path some five years ago. He just wanted the incident documented. A gray Dodge Durango reported to be “driving crazy” took out a fence at Smith Road and East Adams and left the scene. Damage was estimated over $1,000. A report of a vandalism to a vehicle at Riverton High School is pending. Police were called to the Wyoming Honor Farm where a white 2003 Chevy slid off of the driveway and crashed into a pole. Damage was estimated over $1,000 A concerned citizen called police at 2:58 p.m. to report a vicious animal in the 2400 block of Walnut Drive. It turned out to be kids playing with the family pet. A silver 2006 Ford Explorer struck a tan 2006 Jeep Cherokee at East Monroe and South 6th East. Damage was estimated over $1,000. A report had not yet been filed of a 2014 Toyota Tundra crashing into a city fire hydrant at 10.34 p.m. in the 300 block of West Park. *Thanksgiving Day* *There were 23 calls for service.* A reported fight in which the combatants all had a case of amnesia when police arrived was called in 1:54 a.m. A caller reported a person riding a snowmobile at Webbwood and Sunnyside Drive. The snow machine was found parked and unattended. It is not legal to ride snowmobiles within the city limits. At 4:10 p.m. a five-year-old female was bitten by a dog that had jumped over a fence. The girl was taken to the emergency room for a minor bite on her lower right leg. The dog jumped back over the fence into its yard. Police were unable to contact the dog’s owner and were going to follow-up to check the animal’s vaccination records. To celebrate Thanksgiving, several folks were caught shooting off fireworks in the 1200 block of East Main. They agreed to stop. Shooting off fireworks is illegal within the city limits. A two vehicle crash was reported in the 800 block of North Federal, but it was very minor and unreportable. *Friday* *There were 32 calls for service* A resident on the east side of town repeatedly called the police to report someone was trying to gain entry into her house. The only footprints found by responding officers outside in the snow were those from other RPD personnel who had been called to the scene earlier. A door lock at the Sears Store on North Federal had been superglued shut. A report was taken. A resident recognized a scam and reported it to police. A caller told the reporting party that he was from the power company and that they owed $998 and needed to pay it right away using a Green Dot card. The resident hung up on the scammer and reported it. A vehicle was reported to have spun some cookies (donuts) on the Riverton Country Club golf course. Officials said they would have to wait until the snow melted to see of the grass was damaged. At 3:10 p.m. in the 700 block of North 1st, a man woke up from a nap and found two other people in his residence that didn’t belong them. They left when he called police. A bomb threat from a computerized voice on a telephone call resulted in Walmart evacuating its store for about 30 minutes. The police did not order the evacuation, that was done by Walmart Corporate. “We were just there to assist if needed,” said Captain Eric Murphy. There was no bomb. Similar threats were phoned in at the about the same time to Walmart stores in Rawlins, Rock Springs, Cody and Idaho Falls in addition to Riverton. *Saturday* *There were 27 calls for service* At 9:38 a.m. a man entered the Woodward’s Liquor Store on North Federal and fled with two bottles of Nikoli Vodka, 1.75 liter, valued at $12.50 each. A concerned family called police to check on a woman who had not been answering her phone in the morning. Police found the woman outside shoveling her sidewalks. All was well. A man entered Safeway and presented a bottle of Tide detergent valued at $22.92 and tried to get cash on a return. The man, however, was unable to provide a receipt for the store. When personnel asked him for the receipt, the man allegedly became angry and calling the clerk names. He left the detergent and walked out. Two parking signs valued at $600 total were knocked over at Natural Health Solutions by a hit and run vehicle. The signs were for Patient Parking. *Sunday* *There were 20 calls for service* A man reportedly skipped out of Bombers Sports Bar leaving a $35 tab unpaid. The report was made 2:16 a.m. A resident reported a pickup was pulling to children behind it on sleds in the 1200 block of Pinecrest. An officer reported the children had helmets on and the truck was going very slow. The driver of the truck said the sledding was done for the day, anyway. An officer was called to the Honor Farm Road at 5:25 p.m. where a vehicle had struck a deer. A caller told a Riverton resident that they had failed to show up for jury duty and that they now owed a fine of $900. It was a scam. The reporting party did not fall for it. The Smith’s Liquor Store reported a man came in and took a 1.75 liter bottle of Grey Goose Vodka valued at $67 and ran out, running in the direction of the Manhattan Restaurant across the street. He got away. The fire department responded to a report of smoke in a hallway in the 1000 block of Mesa Court. It was a false alarm. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Vickie Rowan,* 40, Lander, LPD Warrant. *Desirea Writingbird*, 35, Riverton, two LPD Warrants. *John Chavez*, 33, Riverton, Public Intoxication, Trespassing and Open Container. Chavez was arrested at 10:37 p.m. on Thanksgiving after being called for an intoxicated subject in the alley behind the 800 block of Main Street. *Dakota Goggles*, 24, Riverton, Carbon County Warrant and Public Intoxication. *A 30-year-old Riverton man *was cited for No Driver's License, Expired Registration, and No Insurance. *Cody Armajo*, 29, Ethete, Public Intoxication. *Billy Washburn*, 35, Lander, County Warrant and Public Intoxication. At 9:29 a.m. on Saturday evening, police were called to the 100 block of Wyoming Street for a report of someone lying in the street who might have been hit by a car. Police determined that the subject was intoxicated and had not been struck. *Whitney Crazythunder*, 28, Ethete, LPD Warrant and Driving Under Suspension. *Tressa Jorgenson*, 19, Riverton, Public Intoxication and Minor in Possession. *Calls:* At 10:53 a.m. on Wednesday, a white Diamondback bicycle, valued at $600, was reported as stolen from the Noble Hotel. Lander Police responded to seven wrecks around town on Wednesday. No injuries or citations were noted. A report of a sex assault is under investigation. LPD received only three calls for service on Thanksgiving Day. At 8:52 a.m. on Friday, police received a report that a man held a gun to his son's head. Further information indicated the alleged incident occurred 11 years ago without witnesses. A report was taken. At 1:10 a.m. on Saturday, a caller at a local bar reported a fight. It was determined to be verbal only, and no law enforcement action was taken. At 11:04 a.m., a wreck involving a vehicle versus a pole on the 900 block of Buena Vista was reported. At 3:56 p.m., a caller reported seeing a woman sitting in a snow bank along the road on the 1000 block of East Main Street. Police were unable to locate anyone in the area. At 1:50 a.m. on Sunday, a caller at the Maverik Country Store reported someone shoplifted $31 in alcohol. A Sunday evening report of harassing phone calls was determined to be unfounded. An unknown person got away from the Loaf N Jug with $19 in alcohol. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Scott Barrett,* 35, Pavillion, Contempt of Court. *Justin Grant,* 37, Pavillion, Domestic Violence Battery. *Michael Larson,* 60, Rexburn, Id., Domestic Violence Battery. *Christopher Roberts,* 39, Colorado Springs, Colo., Interference with Police and a Colorado Department of Corrections Warrant. Roberts was arrested on Thanksgiving evening following a traffic stop. He was originally arrested for refusing to give his real name. The warrant was for parole violation; information on the original convictions was not immediately available. *Calls:* A caller in the Lander area reported possible mail tampering on Wednesday morning. At 12:12 p.m., a person in Arapaho reported $5,500 in materials stolen. At 5:06 p.m., a caller on Vessel Road reported a stolen water pump. Multiple wrecks and slide-offs were reported countywide on Wednesday during the snow storm. There were few calls on Thanksgiving Day. A caller on Rabbit Lane near Riverton on Friday afternoon reported that someone stole her dog. Deputies assisted the Wind River Police with a report of stolen firearms from a location in the Saint Stephen's area. Additional information was not released. At 7:04 p.m. on Saturday, deputies documented threats about property destruction on Firethorn Lane. On Sunday, deputies were called twice to Elkhorn Drive by a callers who said there were horses being neglected. The reports were determined to be unfounded. *Fire Departments* Firefighters countywide were called out 18 times Wednesday through Sunday. Most of the calls were for wrecks. *Fremont County Ambulance* Wednesday through Sunday, EMS crews were called 72 times. *Fremont County Coroner* Two deaths were reported over the weekend, both reported to be natural. The coroner’s office, however did not have the age or gender of the deceased. One death was reported in Lander, the other in Riverton. #county10 #news