Dispatch: Arrests; Deer killed by predators; Man knifed three at party, minor injuries; Boy struck by vehicle; Firearm stolen from truck

Here is Tuesday's recap of law enforcement activity around the county, including the weekend recap from the Riverton Police Department. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Grey Burnett*, 19, Fort Washakie, Public Intoxication, Minor in Possession and Shoplifting ($50 of alcohol). *Calls:* At 9:48 p.m., police were called to the area of North Ninth and Hobson for a report of a juvenile possibly going through vehicles. Police located the subject and determined the concern to be unfounded. Possible drug activity in town was reported late last night. Information was gathered and additional information was redacted from the report. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Leonard Bernal,* 53, Riverton, Natrona County Probation Violation. *Calls:* A caller on East Monroe reported that her daughter was receiving threatening messages. A dead deer was found on a property near Dubois, and the caller believed it had been attacked by either a bear or a wolf. The report was turned over to Wyoming Game & Fish. Additional information was not immediately available. Water disputes have begun for the year. A caller on North Fork Road outside of Lander complained about a neighbor changing the flow on a head gate. The matter is a civil issue and not handled by law enforcement. A horse was reported as being abused for the corral conditions in which it was being kept outside of Riverton. Deputies determined the animal was being cared for daily and the pen conditions did not meet the threshold of abuse. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *Vincent YellowBear*, 55, Riverton, on a Failure to Appear warrant *Corry Wolfname*, 39, Riverton, Interference, Wolfname allegedly lied to officers about his name. *Brian Goggles*, 39, Riverton, Public Intoxication *Aloysius Piper*, 48, Ethete, on a Failure To Appear warrant *An 18-year-old female* from Riverton was cited for Minor Under the Influence. She allegedly came home intoxicated and her mother called police. *Marion Killsenemy*, 26, Riverton, Shoplifting, She allegedly took a $13 bottle of vodka (0.22% BAC ) at Woodwards Liquor. *Andrea Addison,* 39, Lander, on a Contempt of Court warrant *Ronald Brown*, 49, St. Stephens, Public Intoxication and Laurencetta Addison, 58, Ethete, Public Intoxication. The duo walked away from the Center of Hope *Theodore Goggles*, 74, Riverton, Public Intoxication *Jared SunRhodes*, 36, Ethete, Public Intoxication *Jessica Cooley*, 33, Riverton, Public Intoxication *Tamara Harris,* 39, Riverton, Resisting Arrest. According to an RPD report, a 10-year-old child called 911 to report a fight between her mother and her stop-mother. While taking down information, Harris allegedly jumped off a couch and tackled an officer at the scene. A sheriff’s deputy assisted getting the woman off of the officer. *A 23-year-old Fort Washakie man* was charged with Property Destruction after breaking a $200 mirror at the Comfort Inn. *Bart Molash*, 46, Riverton, on three counts of Aggravated Assault with a knife. During a party at Molash’s residence the allegedly picked up a sharp kitchen knife and stabbed three people, one who went to the emergency room for stiches on a finger, one man who had been stabbed in the face who was sleeping at the residence and a third person who was allegedly stabbed but left. The incident remains under investigation. *An 11-year-old male student* at Riverton Middle School was cited for kneeing another male in the groin at the school. *Joseph Medicine Top,* 49, Riverton, on a Failure to Appear warrant Calls There were 31 calls for service on Friday Police responded to an incident in the 100 block of West Adams where a man was found unresponsive. He was taken to the hospital and then taken by air ambulance to another regional hospital. Police received a report of a possible drunk driver at 8:48 a.m. The drive was not intoxicated, but was texting. The motorist was warned about distracted driving. A 2015 GMC pickup was reported stolen off of the lot at Fremont Motors. The vehicle was located on the Wind River Reservation a short time later and the dealership came and got the truck. There are no suspects. At 1:04 p.m. the Sears Store on North Broadway reported that a couple had made a purchase at the store the day before, and then decided to return it. They allegedly became belligerent when the store clerk said there was not enough money in their till to refund them in cash, and offered instead a prepaid card. The couple was unhappy about that transaction and raised a ruckus. A motorcycle parked in a handicapped spot in the 2150 block of North Broadway was moved to another parking spot after police contacted the owner. A follow-up is planned in the 700 block of Spencer where two children were allegedly abusing a puppy. There was no one home when police went to the address. *Saturday* *There were 36 calls for service* A parent called police when their 15-year-old male child was refusing to get out of bed and go to school. He was gone by the time police arrived. A woman reported a possible burglary of items from her apartment that she was moving to a storage unit. She will inventory her belongings and report back if anything is missing. A man in the 100 block of Apache Avenue found a plastic grenade on his porch. He wanted it documented. A called at 3:48 p.m. reported a five-year-old child walking unattended down the 1300 block of East Park. That call was followed a short time later by a frantic parent who said their child was playing in a fenced yard, but escaped. Mother and child were reunited. A woman in the 200 block of North 9th East returned home to find a backpack in her yard that was filled with new and unopened clothing. The backpack was logged in to the RPD. *Sunday* *There were 24 calls for service* A 16-year-old boy from Fort Washakie reportedly ran away from the Wind River Job Corps Center. Police were called to the 200 block of East Main where an employee and his employer were arguing over whether he quit his or was fired. The employee insisted he did not quit, and the employer said he was not fired. No action was taken. A woman called in a noise disturbance on her next door neighbor for loud music, which was turned down. The man called back to report that someone had just broken out two windows in house, valued at $500. The woman then called back and said the man was making threats at her. An investigation is pending. A couple in the 400 block of East Monroe said they left their home for about 30 minutes and came back to find someone tried to kick in their garage door. The door frame was broken, but entry was not gained. Police were called to the 200 block of Shamrock where two males were allegedly fighting over a female over Facebook posts. Police told the two to knock it off. There was no information about a possible hit and run in the alley behind the 200 block of East Adams where a boy on a skateboard allegedly fell underneath a vehicle that ran over him. The boy was taken to the hospital by his parents. No further information was reported. *Monday * *There was 34 calls for service* Police were called to the 700 block of East Fremont where a man was allegedly being abusive to a three-year-old child after she allegedly spilled a cup of water. Police contacted the man and talked to him about his outburst The owner of a 2015 Ford F-150 reported that someone had taken a 9mm stainless steel Beretta from his vehicle, valued at $200. He said the vehicle was locked but that the window had been cracked open. Police are reviewing video of a school bus fly by reported in the 700 block of East Jackson around 3:30 p.m. A black Dodge Ram slammed into a power pole knocking the street light heads off of the top of the pole in the 1700 block of West Sunset. Damage was over $1,000. Rocky Mountain Power was called to the scene. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to nine calls for service Monday into Tuesday morning. *Fremont County Fire Departments* There were 14 fire calls around the county on Monday. Additionally, there were 30 controlled burns reported. Th fire calls were for grass fires and one vehicle wreck. [image: Inline image 1] #county10 #news