Dispatch: Arrests; Juveniles shoplift $624 in goods; Suspicious vehicle was using WiFi; Mail box struck

Here is Wednesday recap of law enforcement activity around the county. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Leland Hallett*, 51, Lander, cited for Hit and Run *Joshua Price*, 29, Lander, was cited for Improper Backing. *Two female juveniles* were cited for shoplifting $624.70 from a business at 608 Main Street in Lander. *Calls:* A male subject darted out of Safeway with a full cart of groceries without paying. The store estimated the loss at $260. A reporting party on Market Street reported hearing his car alarm go off and upon checking it discovered $2.00 in missing change. Police were called in regards to a family trust that allegedly was not being used correctly. Officers indicated the problem was a civil matter and that they should work with an attorney. Two IRS phone scams were reported on Tuesday. Any call from the IRS is bogus as that agency does not contact residents via the phone. A problem with a juvenile male at Lander Valley High School was handled the School Resource Office. A reported forgery is under investigation by detectives. A complaint was lodged about a dog being held in unsanitary conditions in a garage. Police were unable to contact the owner on Tuesday, but a follow-up is planned. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests/Citations* *Chelsea Calvert,* 21, Lander, on four arrest warrants, two for Failure to Appear and two for Contempt of Court. *Denissa Elkboy*, 18, of Arapahoe, on a Failure to Appear warrant *Charles Lee*, 34, Douglas, on a Contempt of Court warrant *Jaime Moss*, 27, Lander, on a Probation Revocation *Shanessa Ute*, 22, Ethete, on a Court Ordered Arrest for a Probation Violation. *Calls:* *There were 41 calls for service * Deputies are investigating an alleged violation by a sex offender who has not updated his address. A reported threat is under investigation, no further information was provided. Deputies responded to the Fremont County Boys Group Home in Riverton where a juvenile male was allegedly swinging a broom handle at staff. A resident on the 1200 block of Tan Drive reported someone had broken into her garage overnight. Nothing was apparently missing. A motorist driving the Johnstown Valley reported that might've passed a school bus with its lights on as the bus driver honked at him when he passed. He said he didn't know if the buses flashing lights were on or not. A reported altercation in the 1500 block of East Monore turned to be neighbors yelling at each other. No action was taken. A suspicious vehicle reported in the 1400 block of Warm Springs Drive in Dubois was a motorist stopped next to a business and using its WiFi. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *Jacoby G. Hereford,* 20, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence, No Drivers License, No Proof of Insurance *Rupert Brown*, 37, Riverton, Possession of a Controlled Substance, marijuana (less than three grams, a misdemeanor offense) *Dale G. Bisbee*, 21, Riverton, on a Probation Revocation *Clowry Means*, 49, St. Stephens, Public Intoxication *Robin Blind*, 34, Riverton, on a Failure to Appear warrant *Nicole D. Addisson*, 30, Riverton, Pedestrian Under the Influence *Carmella Driftwood*, 28, Riverton, Public Intoxication Calls There were 37 calls for service A mail box on College View Drive was struck by an unknown vehicle. It was found some 50 feet down the street. The report of a slashed tired turned out to be just a flat tire. Three female allegedly darted out of the Walmart store with a cart full of merchandise. They got away. Police received a report of a small child left unattended in a vehicle in the Smith's Parking lot. An officer who responded found the mother returning from the store who told the officer that the child was sick and she had just gone in a few minutes. The officer reminded the woman of the dangers of leaving children unattended in an unlocked car. A citation is pending for a woman who was spotted in Walmart who had previously been trespassed from the business. Police contacted three children between the ages of 3 and 5 who were wandering around the tennis courts and west campus area of Central Wyoming College, one without shoes. They apparently came from the College Hill Apartments across the street. Their parents/guardians were notified and asked to keep a closer watch on their young ones. A priest and a Fremont Counseling representative were summoned to the hospital in Riverton after a man showed up there acting strangely and saying he was possessed by demons who were following him. He asked for a priest and some holy water. After the priest arrived, Fremont Counseling Service was notified. Police were called in to calm the man before the priest arrived *Fremont County Fire Departments* Three fire calls were reported on Tuesday, one in Lander, one for a fuel spill in Lander and one in Fort Washakie. *Fremont County Emergency Medical Services * There were eight calls for a county ambulance on Tuesday [image: Inline image 1] #county10 #news