Dispatch: Arrests; Missing motorist found; Valuable speaker stolen from parked truck; Man refused to stop for police

Here is the weekend recap of law enforcement activity from around the county. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests/Citations:* *David Dobson*, 53, Dubois, Driving Under the Influence and Open Container. *Tiffany Edwards*, 29, Riverton, Failure to appear. *Lane O'Neal*, 18, Pavillion, Failure to Appear. *Juanita Owens*, 50, Riverton, Interference with Police. At 6:38 p.m. on Friday, deputies were called to the 1500 block of East Monroe for a report of a couple people yelling at each other and causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, only Owens was located, and she allegedly refused to cooperate or provide her name. *Katarina Trumball*, 27, Ethete, Failure to appear. *Aaron Wagner*, 36, Pavillion, Failure to Appear. *Kirk Weed,* 34, Fort Washakie, DUI. *A 16-year-old girl* was cited for Minor Under the Influence in the early morning hours of Saturday in the Riverton area. *Calls:* A man on Yukon Drive outside of Riverton reported that the neighbor's cows kept coming onto his property and eating hay. At 11:24 a.m. on Friday, a caller reported that a child punched a hole in a window. At 1:11 p.m., a caller on West Pershing in Riverton reported a small child playing by the road. No citations were reported in connection to call. At 5:56 p.m., a woman on North Smith Road called deputies to report that her husband had been yelling at her all day. At 7:39 a.m. on Saturday, a caller on Hillcrest in Lander reported someone drove into their yard and hit their mailbox sometime overnight. At 2:41 p.m., a woman on Main Street in Pavillion reported that two people attacked her while she was walking in the alley by the park. Deputies were unable to substantiate the claim; the woman was reportedly intoxicated and uncooperative. Deputies assisted the Natrona County Search & Rescue early Sunday morning with a missing motorist that had possibly turned off onto Lysite-Moneta Road. The subject was ultimately found in Natrona County by Natrona County employees. At 8:27 p.m. on Sunday, deputies were notified of a woman allegedly walking to Hudson from the Lander area. The caller thought the woman might be trying to kill herself by freezing to death. The report was determined to be unfounded. *Lander Police Department* LPD arrests and call details were not immediately available. It will be added to this post when it becomes available. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *A 29-year-old Ethete male *was cited for Shoplifting after attempting to take $49 is miscellaneous items from Walmart. *Joseph Arthur*, 38, Riverton, Possession of a Controlled Substance - Tramadol *Brian Goggles*, 39, Riverton, Public Intoxication *A 16-year-old female* from St. Stephens was cited for Shoplifting two 1.75 bottles of liquor from the South Federal Maverik Country Store. *Daniel Bell*, 47, Worland, Public Intoxication. *Two Thermopolis residents*, a male, 37, and a female, 38, were cited for shoplifting a $31 pair of hiking shoes from Walmart. *A 16-year-old female* of Arapahoe was arrested for Driving While Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Controlled Substance and on a Failure to Appear warrant. *Clement Eagle*, 43, of Arapahoe, Public Intoxication *Marisa Bebout*, 30, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence after she allegedly ran a stop sign in the 1600 block of North Federal. *Dominic Fightingbear*, 39, of Arapahoe, Public Intoxication Calls: There were 34 calls for service on Friday Residents in the 100 block of North Broadway called police on the report of a fight there, but were uncooperative when officers arrived. No action was taken. A car theft was reported at 11:09 a.m. The caller said he had given permission for a third party to borrow a vehicle, but the person took the wrong car. It was returned. An ambulance was called to the Central Wyoming College library for a patron who was "down" suffering from seizures. The patient was taken to the hospital. A woman called police to report that some earrings had been stolen from her car, and that she saw them offered for sale on the Internet. The seller said the earrings had been given to her by her father, and she had the original boxes they came in. The reporting party insisted they were hers. The case is under investigation. The earrings carried a sale value of $1,000. A 30-year-old resident of Arapahoe was taken to the hospital by ambulance for being very intoxicated. A landlord-tenant dispute was reported at 2:31 p.m. on College Hill Drive. The landlord claimed the tenants had not paid their rent and he wanted to evict them. All persons not on the lease were asked to leave the apartment and the landlord was advised of the proper procedure to evict someone. A man who was "dancing" outside of the Chief of Police's office window and striking yoga poses was taken into protective custody. A resident in the 900 block of East Park came home to find footprints in the snow leading to a garage window. The window, however, was frozen shut and no entry was gained. A caller in the 1000 block of East Jackson reported someone had broken out the inside pane of a double paned window. An officer determined the window was cracked due to a temperature difference and it was not a vandalism. A "Solar Ray USB" was taken from the Loaf 'N Jug store. The device was valued at $8. *There were 27 calls on Saturday* Police were called to the 1400 block of Eileen Street during an apparent child custody tussle. Both parties were uncooperative with police, who left. The theft of a $200 value Kicker sub-woofer was reported from a locked vehicle parked at the West Apartments at Central Wyoming College. There are no suspects. A suspicious person seen entering a building in the 1100 block of Woodridge Drive was a water bottle delivery person. A Lander man upset that his cat was killed by a Riverton man allegedly kept calling and harassing the neighbor. Lander Police were contacted who told the caller to stop calling. A woman reported being harassed by another woman who drove by and honked her horn at her. Later, the reporting party was found outside of the other woman's apartment yelling. Police told the two women to knock it off. *There were 20 calls for service on Sunday* A 69-year-old woman in the 600 block of Cherry Street became verbally disruptive at officers when she complained that she could not get Facebook on her cell phone. Police left the scene. An elderly man who was not conviced that it was a real police car with lights and sirens on behind him took an officer on a two-mile leisurly drive from North 8th West to eastbound on Country Acres before he finally stopped. No citations were issued but the driver was cautioned about his driving. Police rushed to the South Federal Bridge over the Wind River when a report came in that children were playing on the river ice. When officers arrived, the children's father had just gotten there and were getting the kids off of the ice. An ambulance was called for a intoxicated man passed out in a snowbank. Police assisted the Fire Department with a structure fire in the 800 block of North Broadway. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 38 calls for service over the weekend. *Fire Departments* Firefighters were called out three times over the weekend: once for smoke investigation above Lander, once for a wreck near Dubois and once for a house fire in Riverton. *Fremont County Coroner* There were no calls over the weekend. [image: Inline image 1] #county10 #news