Dispatch: Arrests; Lander woman scammed out of $400; Snowmobile and trailer stolen from production site; Two deaths reported

Here is the holiday weekend report of law enforcement activity around the county. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *A 16-year-old female* of Arapahoe, Failure to Appear *Clement Eagle*, 43, of Arapahoe, Public Intoxication (0.265% BAC) *Derrald Antelope*, 52, Ethete, Public Intoxication (0.30% BC) *Eldon Antelope,* 50, Ethete, Breach of Peace for filing a false report *Robin Blind*, 31, Riverton, Failure to Appear *Kenneth Shakespeare*, 29, of Arapahoe, Public Intoxication (0.213% BAC) *Citation is pending* for a man on a charge of Property Destruction for kicking in the door of his former girlfriend’s residence. *Gregory Shakespeare*, 27, Lander, Probation Revocation *Clowry Means*, 49, St. Stephens, Public Intoxication (0.245% BAC) *Donald Kelly,* 48, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence, Possession of a Controlled Substance-marijuana. *Nicole Addison,* 30, Riverton, Public Intoxication (0. 207% BAC) *A 17-year-old male *was cited for Minor In Possession of Alcohol and was released to his mother. *Terrance WhiteAntelope,* 61, of Arapahoe, Public Intoxication (0.308% BAC) and Failure to Appear. *Josephe Blackburn*, 46, of Arapahoe, Contempt of Court *Maurice Piper*, 33, Missoula, Mont., Failure to Appear *Clement Eagle,* 43, of Arapahoe, Criminal Entry for going into a used car lot and sleeping in one of the vehicles. *Calls* *There were 29 calls for service on Christmas Eve* One male was taken to SageWest Riverton Hospital for a high blood alcohol level over 0.40% from the band shell at city park. An intoxicated individual called police to report he couldn’t find his car keys. Police called the man a taxicab to take the man home. A fight was reported just after 6 p.m. in the 200 block of East Main. It was a group of young people playing. Police were called to a tenant and landlord dispute in the 300 block of North 2nd West. The landlord was advised of the proper procedure to evict someone. A caller in the 400 block of North 2nd West reported they heard noises in their at 10:18 p.m. and thought an intruder was inside. The call was unfounded. There was no one there and no tracks outside in the snow. *Christmas Day* *There were nine calls for service* A caller in the 300 block of South 1st Street reported a broken window. It was ice on the window, the window was not broken. At 10:09 a.m. the former boyfriend of a woman showed up at her house while she and her new boyfriend were allegedly opening presents. The Ex became angry, according to a police report, and kicked the front door, damaging the frame. A citation for property destruction will be served on the former beau. *Saturday* *There were 21 calls for service on Saturday* Police gave advice to a landlord on a proper eviction procedure. A door at a local business was found unlocked. A search of the building revealed no one inside and nothing apparently missing. The owner came and locked the door. A fire alarm was activated Saturday morning at a local residence. It turned out to be a false alarm as the homeowner apparently turned the heat way up, which triggered a fire alarm. There was no fire. A female and a male were taken to SageWest Riverton Hospital with high blood alcohol levels each of over 0.4 percent. A caller complained that a woman was living in a vehicle near a fast food outlet on North Federal. The woman was contacted and she was, indeed, living in her vehicle, but said she did not require assistance. The restaurant did not have a problem with her staying there, a police report indicated. *Sunday* *There were 14 calls for service* Police were called at 1 a.m. to an apartment in the 300 block of North Federal where roommates were not getting along. One was told he could not force the other roommate out of the room. A vehicle parked against the flow of traffic was reported in the 200 block of East Lincoln. The owner was contacted the vehicle was re-parked in a proper manner. *Lander Police Department * *Arrests/Citations* *Cleo Goggles*, 58, Ethete, Driving While Under the Influence. *Davis L. Ferris*, 48, Fort Washakie, was served three Lander Municipal warrants at the Fremont County Detention Center. *Sade Tidzump*, 26, Lander, Domestic Abuse and Interference *Solomon Friday*, 26, Riverton, on a Colorado warrant *Colleen Stiffarm*, 24, Fort Washakie, Driving While Under the Influence, No Drivers License and Driving at Night without Headlights turned on. *Robert Ortega*, 51, Lander, on a Protection Order. *Marshall Balzly*, 39, Lander, Assault and Battery *Marques Chargingcrow*, 30, Fort Washakie, on three Lander Municipal warrants. *Brett White*, 31, Fort Washakie, on a Fremont County warrant *Sarah Evans*, 33, Lander, on two District Court warrants *George Sankey*, 26, Ethete, Driving While Under the Influence, No Drivers License, No Vehicle Registration, No Insurance, Two (2) Child Restraint violations, Possession of Marijuana *Matthew Jason Huelle*, 39, Lander, Driving While Under the Influence, Hit and Run, Broken Tail Light. *Jacklyn Burnham*, 28, Lander, was cited for Assault and Battery *Calls* *There were 41 Calls for service over the holiday weekend* A reported theft on South 7th Street was determined to be unfounded. A Lander woman reported being scammed by a pop-up ad on her computer and she purchased a $400 “security program.” A citizen complained of ice buildup on Cascade Street. City staff was notified. Neighbors reported hearing a fight and then a gunshot in the South 8th and Cliff Street neighborhood. Police were unable to verify the report. A burglar alarm at the McDonald’s restaurant at 3:49 a.m. turned out to be a false alarm. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department was advised of a dog that had attacked and injured a deer fawn on South 2nd Street near Popo Agie. A resident on Washakie Street said an unknown woman walked into their house, but then turned around and left. Police were unable to located the woman. Police remind residents to keep their doors locked, even when you are at home. A noise complaint came in at 9:31 p.m. on Christmas Day from the 1000 block of East Main Street. The revelers were warned to turn down the music. A animal in distress call came in just after 8 a.m. on the day after Christmas. It turned out to be a missing cat that was found. All was okay. A unknown male walked into the Maverick Lounge in the 800 block of Main Street and began making a disturbance. The man, who had a holstered firearm at his side, finally agreed to leave without incident. A hit and run fender bender was reported in the parking lot of the Hitching Rack in the 700 block of East Main. A report was taken. A disturbance at the Maverik Country Store at 12:49 a.m. on Sunday morning was a verbal argument only. The individuals involved were warned and told to move along. A family fight was reported in the 200 block of Lincoln Street. It turned out to be verbal only and involved a child custody issued. The LPD gave options to pursue the issue legally. *Fremont County Sheriff’s Office* *Arrests/Citations* *Carol Beagle,* 27, Riverton, Failure to Appear and Registration Violation *David Ferris*, 48, Fort Washakie, Breach of Peace *Felicia Ferris,* 39, Riverton, Breach of Peace *Henry Rowe*, 42, Fort Washakie, on a warrant from Calvert County, Maryland. *Ryan Whitehurst,* 19, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence, Speeding, Failure to Maintain Lane of Travel. A hit and run crash at 1:46 p.m. on the day after Christmas was reported in the 1000 block of River Lane. The suspect vehicle hit another that was pushed up next to a residence. The FCSO said the *40 year-old male driver* of the suspect vehicle was later located and issued citations for Hit and Run and Driving While Under Suspension. *Calls* *There were 107 calls for service over the holiday weekend*. A complaint was lodged on Christmas Eve of a threat received via Facebook. A report was received of someone shooting geese within the city limits of Dubois. The report was unfounded. The hunters were in the county. A report of drug intelligence was received in the Riverton area. A report was taken. The Riverton Volunteer Fire Department responded to a minor fire on Gas Hills Road. There were no injuries. A traffic hazard was reported at Highway 789 and Rendevous Road where a vehicle was reportedly stopped in the intersection, the engine was running and the windows in the vehicle were broken out. The report was forwarded to the BIA Wind River Police. A report of domestic violence in Shoshoni was investigated, but nothing out of the ordinary was found along Oak Street. A snowmobile and trailer was reported stolen from a gas field eight miles East of the Gas Hills Road. Taken was a black and green 2002 Arctic Cat 600 snow machine which was on a black trailer. There are no suspects. The report came in at 9:23 a.m. on Christmas Day. A caller reported that someone had run over and killed a dog in the 6700 block of Riverview Road and failed to stop afterwards. A windshield was reportedly broken out by a family member in the 7100 block of Highway 789 near Lander. Harassing text messages on a daughter’s telephone was reported. The parent reportedly asked the sender to stop sending the messages, but they continued. Some overdue hikers were located Saturday evening just before 8:30 p.m. on the Trail Lake Road near Dubois. The hikers were driving out as a deputy was driving in to look for them. *Fremont County Emergency Medical Services* There were 64 calls for a county ambulance since Christmas Eve *Fremont County Fire* There were three fire calls over the holiday weekend, a false alarm in Riverton, a minor fire on the Gas Hills Road and a fire on Left Hand Ditch Road near Arapahoe. *Fremont County Coroner* Coroner Mark Stratmoen reported two deaths over the long weekend. A 90-year-old female was found deceased in her home on Christmas Eve in Riverton, presumed natural in cause, and a 31-year-old woman from Bonneville was found unresponsive in her home on Sunday. An autopsy has been scheduled for Tuesday due to the young age of the deceased.