Dispatch: Arrests; Dog shot while chasing livestock; Driver left license plate at hit-and-run scene; Pair fled bar without paying tab

Here is Friday's recap of law enforcement activity around the county. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Chelsea Calvert*, 21, Lander, three Failures to Appear. *Justin Collins*, 36, Riverton, Bond Violation and Failure to Appear. *Lenny Monroe*, 34, St. Stephen', Contempt of Court. *Calls:* At 7:21 a.m., a caller on Highway 26 reported people sitting in a vehicle along the highway arguing. The vehicle was gone when deputies got to the area. At 12:14 p.m., a person on Two Valley Road reported that he had to kill a dog that was chasing his livestock. The Fremont County Treasurer's Office reported receiving a couple bad checks. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *A 24-year-old Lander man* was cited for Hit & Run and No Proof of Insurance following a crash reported at 7:52 a.m. on Cascade Street. *A 55-year-old Lander woman* was cited for Peace Disturbance after a neighbor on Market Street reported that the woman was harassing the caller. *A 66-year-old Lander man* was cited for a Stop Sign Violation after a crash on Sweetwater Street at about 12:40 p.m. There was more than $1,000 in damage. *Rodney Littlemouth*, 39, Fort Washakie, LPD Warrant. *Calls:* At 2:35 p.m., a caller on South Sixth Street reported finding suspicious snow around the caller's house. The footprints were determined to have been caused by officers who responded to the home earlier to check out an alarm call. At 6 p.m., police responded to a local business to advise an employee about shoplifting laws. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *Amanda SixFeathers*, 24, of Arapahoe, on two Failure to Appear warrants *A 27-year-old Riverton female* was cited for Shoplifting at Walmart after she attempted to leave the store with 22 items valued at $62.69. *Dominic FightingBear,* 39, of Arapahoe, Public Intoxication. He was found passed out in the Riverton Post Office lobby. *Kevin Aragon*, 40, Kinnear, Driving While Under the Influence *The 19-year-old Riverton male driver* of a red 2014 Ford F-150 pickup truck was issued a citation after he struck a planter near the tennis courts at City Park and fled the scene. Police tracked him down because the front license plate of the vehicle remained at the scene of the crash. Damage was over $1,000. *A 24-year-old Riverton female* was issued seven (7) citations for having seven small children in her car who were not secured in a car seat. The woman was stopped at West Park and Major Avenue at 9:52 a.m. Thursday. *A 34-year-old female and a 19-year-old female*, both of Riverton, were each cited for Fighting in Public, allegedly over rent money in the 3000 block of College Hill Drive. A police report indicated there was some biting and hitting during the argument. *Clement Eagle*, 43, of Arapahoe, Public intoxication *Calls* *There were 24 calls on Wednesday* A 15-year-old male runaway from Riverton was found and returned home. He was spotted at a store with a friend and was found when police went to the friend’s house. Two individuals who ran up a bar tab and tried to pay with a credit card that was refused at a bar in the 100 block of North Broadway, dashed out of the bar and left in a teal green passenger car. When the credit card was run, the bar received a message to confiscate the card. No amount of the bar tab was indicated. A motorist who was stopped had handed over their Identification and Registration which the officer failed to return. The ID and info was taken to the PD for the owner to come and claim. An employed called worried about an employee who had called in sick on Monday, and hadn’t returned to work. A neighbor of the employee said they had seen him walking around, but an office was unable to locate him. A reported theft from a motor vehicle is under investigation. No information was available. Commercial windows in Unites G and H were shattered in a shopping mall in the 1200 block of North Federal in an apparent act of vandalism. The damage is over $1,000. A resident on Arapahoe Drive called to report a black and white Pit Bull was trying to catch a duck that had ducked under a vehicle to get away from the dog. The duck escaped injury and was seen later doing duck things. The owner of a 1999 Dodge Ram pickup who had parked at Riverton High School returned to find a hit-and-run driver had crashed into the drivers side quarter panel. Damage is over $1000. Video surveillance is being reviewed to identify the suspect vehicle. Police are investigating the apparent theft of $275 worth of hair care products from the Smart Style Salon inside Walmart. Police are seeking a former employee to question her about the missing products. A man who was trying to enter a trailer in the 2600 block of East Monroe at 7:21 p.m. discovered the landlord had changed the locks on the doors because the man was behind on his rent. There were 31 calls on Thursday A citation for Domestic Battery Assault is pending against a 22-year-old Riverton man after he allegedly beat up his girlfriend in his car while driving around town. She showed up at the emergency room with multiple injuries. Police were unable to find a man reportedly running down a block and knocking on doors just before 2 p.m. on Opal Drive A family fight was reported at 4:44 a.m. in the 600 block of North 2nd West. Police ended up taking the male half to the Center of Hope and the female stayed at home. A concerned citizen called in at 5:30 a.m. saying a loud truck was going up and down the street in the 500 block of Big Bend Avenue with a flashlight shining. An officer found a paper boy using a head lamp to find addressed who was being followed by his support vehicle. A bank bag found in the 800 block of North Federal was turned in. The bag did not contain any money, but it did have paperwork inside. The owner, who was in Idaho, was contacted. He said he’d pick it up when returning to Riverton. Four puppies were dumped at Sunset Park and were taken to the PAWS for Life shelter. A woman described as an elderly female driving a new blue-colored passenger car filled up her vehicle with $38.29 in fuel in the 11bloc of North Federal and drove away without paying. A man walking his dog on East Sunset reported that two men in a vehicle along a canal had fired shots at 2:50 p.m. When the suspects saw the man looking at them, they took off. A two-vehicle crash at North Broadway and East Fremont was reported at 4:39 p.m. between a silver 2003 Buick Century and a maroon 2003 GMC . Damage was over $1,000. A diabetic insulin kit was found on the ground near SageWest Health Care hospital in Riverton. It was taken to the RPD for sake keeping. A man who allegedly became belligerent at the Walmart Auto Center over a battery issue resulted in police being called as the man refused to leave the store. Police persuaded him to leave and he was issued a no trespass order. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 19 calls for service Thursday and into Friday morning. *Fire Departments* Riverton Firefighters handled a single fire alarm early Friday morning on the 500 block of East Park Ave. *Coroner* The Fremont County Coroner reported one call on Thursday, that for the natural death of an 87-year-old Riverton woman. [image: Inline image 1] #county10 #news