Dispatch: Vehicle windows smashed in Riverton; Women in disguise shoplift lots of liquor

Here is the recap of law enforcement activity from Monday. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests:* *Marty Moore,* 34, Riverton, Public Intoxication. Moore’s wife dropped him off at the Center of Hope, but they could not take him, so he was arrested after passing out at the center’s back door. *Calls:* *There were 29 calls for service.* Police were called at 6:54 Monday morning to a residence in the 800 block of East Adams where the intoxicated adult son of a couple was throwing a fit. He was given a ride to his own home. A side window was broken out of the LDS church on West Main. There are no suspects. The Riverton Parks Department reported someone had spun cookies on the Little League Ball Fields off of Smith Road. There was no damage reported thanks to the snow. The construction company working on a new housing project on College Hill Drive reported that someone had shot out windows on construction equipment parked there. Five vehicles parked across the street at the Central Wyoming College Apartments also reported windows broken out over the weekend. An addition report was made on Monday on a sixth vehicle that had a window smashed. There are no suspects. Damage from all the incidents combined is well over $1,000. A caller reported an intoxicated person getting into a vehicle and driving away on West Jackson. Police contacted the driver, who was handicapped and who had slipped on the ice before getting into their vehicle. The person was not intoxicated. A nervous resident reported two subjects walking along Eagle Drive in dark clothing wearing hockey masks. A caller reported being threatened via a Facebook Post. A man in Fort Washakie allegedly wrote that he would come to Riverton and shoot the victim. A report of children living in filthy conditions with no food and no adult supervision was unfounded. The house was clean, plenty of food was on hand, and adults were home. A deer struck and injured by a vehicle at College Hill and West Main was put down by officers. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Curtis Bolte*, 40, Red Oak, Okla., Contempt of Court. *Calls:* At 10:37 a.m. on Monday, a caller outside of Riverton reported having lost 8 head of cattle. The cows were located soon after. A report of illegal dumping someone along the Hudson / Atlantic City Road is under investigation. A 48-year-old Lander man, being booked in the jail, was found in possession of methamphetamine. He was cited. At 8:01 p.m., deputies were called to Snowberry Lane for a report of a fight among several individuals. The report is still under investigation as multiple subjects dispersed by the time deputies arrived. At 10:36 p.m., deputies got a call that kids at a home were in danger and that someone might headed their way to hurt them. It was determined to be unfounded. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* None. *Calls:* At 2:47 p.m., police were called to the 1200 block of Main Street for a report of a woman who reportedly let a small child run around a parking lot and then put two small children in the front seat of her car. Police were unable to locate the vehicle. A report of an assault in the Lander area is under investigation. Additional information was not released. At 3:52 p.m., a caller on Four Seasons Drive for a report of someone trying to break into a trailer. Two juvenile boys were contacted; no entry was gained. Two women shoplifted $205 in liquor from Safeway shortly after 6 p.m. The two unknown women were in black and purple sweatshirts with hoods pulled up and wearing sunglasses. They reportedly ran from the store and left in a small black car. A cyclist called police at 11:10 p.m. in the area of Seventh and Main and said she was almost hit by a van. Police were unable to locate the vehicle; the cyclist was advised of proper lighting techniques for riding at night. *Fremont County Coroner* There were three deaths reported since Monday, two of which were coroner cases. The third was a natural and expected death of a 67-year-old Riverton man. The other deaths included a 54-year-old Lander man who died at SageWest-Lander of natural causes on Monday and a 79-year-old Riverton man who died at SageWest-Riverton, also on Monday and also of natural causes. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 10 calls for service Monday into Tuesday morning. [image: IPR-Dispatch.png] #county10 #news