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Dispatch: Arrests; Man knifed; Bank Bag stolen from store; Parents don't pick up child from school, argued with officer;

Here is Friday's recap of law enforcement action from Wednesday and Thursday. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrest/Citations* *Randy Weber,* 25, Aggravated Assault. Weber is accused of stabbing a 49-year-old male from St. Stephens. Weber, and three others, were sleeping in an unlocked SUV at a used car sales lot in the 200 block of North Federal when the victim opened the door, got in and woke everyone up. An altercation ensued and the victim was stabbed in the stomach. It was not a life-threatening injury. *Benjamin Piper*, 50, of Arapahoe; *Lester Dewey*, 41 of Riverton and *Rosetta Hutchinson*, 38, Ethete were all charged with Criminal Entry in connection with the arrest above. *A 74-year-old man *was cited for battery after fighting with an employee of the Center of Hope. During the altercation, the man injured his leg and was taken to the hospital. After discharge, he was cited and taken back to the detox center. *Eldon Antelope*, 51, Riverton, Public Intoxication *Michael Jones*, 56, Shoshoni, Driving While Under the Influence. *Angela Littlethunder*, 36, of Arapahoe, on an Albany County warrant *John Chavez*, 33, Riverton, Public Intoxication *Travis Lincoln*, 32, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence. *Two juveniles *were cited at Riverton High School for Possession of Tobacco *Wednesday * *There were 32 calls for service* At 2:07 a.m. a cold and intoxicated man was given a ride home. The Wyoming Indian Schools called for a welfare check on a teacher who abruptly quit on Tuesday, leaving her keys at the school. The officer who performed the check said the woman was reportedly tired of the job and decided to leave. A gray 1987 Chevrolet Blazer collided with a green 1997 Oldsmobile Achieva at the college. Damage was over $1,000 A woman in the 800 block of East Adams came home to find the locks on her apartment had been changed and the door knob has been changed. Police contacted the landlord and informed him that he could not evict a person that way. He was advised of the proper way to evict a tenant. The woman was allowed back into her apartment. An employee of the Jackson Hewitt tax service who has a table at Walmart left the table to go to the restroom and came back to find a bank bag containing $181 was gone. Surveillance video is being reviewed. *Thursday* *There were 29 calls for service* An incarcerated man called the RPD from jail to report that when checking on his family, his kids said they could not get their mother to wake up. Police responded to the home and found everything was okay. A man called police to report that he found $900 worth of unauthorized charges on his card. The charges were made at Walmart. A motorist complained that another vehicle bumped into theirs breaking the license plate holder. A man called police at 10:39 a.m. to report he saw a mountain lion in a field south of the Riverton Middle School heading towards corrals to the east. The middle and high schools were put on a stay put basis while the game and fish investigated. The “lion” turned out to be a house cat. Game and Fish spokesman Rene Schell reported it was the fourth time that a house cat has been mistaken for a mountain lion recently, two in Riverton and two in Lander. A two-vehicle collision between a silver 2001 Ford Expedition and a red Pontiac Sebring resulted in damage over $1,000. The crash was reported at Major and Sunset at noon. At 3:17 p.m. in the 1200 block of West Main Street a gray Pontiac G6 crashed into a tan Ford Ranger. Damage was over $1,000. At 3:40 p.m. in the 600 block of East Monroe Avenue, an off-duty RPD Sgt. Noticed an 8-year-old child who was crying and crossing the street. The officer contacted the upset boy who said his mother and father didn’t pick him up from school. The off-duty officer contacted the parents who allegedly became belligerent with the officer. A child abuse and neglect report was then filed against the couple for social service agency follow-up. A School Resource Officer was contacted by the school district about two children who have missed a cumulative total of 20-days-at school. The SRO will contact the parents to find out why. The school District noted that a child cannot learn if they are not at school. A 13-year-old boy who became combative and threw a fit outside of the emergency room was turned over to Northern Arapaho DFS who took the child to the Boys Group Home. The woman who had been fostering the child said she could not longer do it as he has become aggressive and has been punching her. The last fit resulted in the woman receiving a black eye. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* None. The Fremont County Detention Center is currently responsible for 154 inmates. Of these, 136 are being held in the detention center, 16 are in substance abuse treatment programs, and two are being house out of the facility. *Calls:* At 10:17 a.m., a caller in the Shoshoni area reported that there was a possible drunken driver on Highway 789. No arrests or citations were issued in connection to the call. At 3:48 p.m., a caller on Robin Road near Lander reported trespassers, who the caller did not know, on his property. Deputies assisted Wyoming Highway Patrol with a slide-off on Highway 287 near Lander at about10 p.m. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Hart Hedges*, 24, Lander, FCSO Warrant. *Calls:* At 9:50 a.m., a caller on the 600 block of Main Street reported that someone hit their van and then left. A report was taken. At 4:38 p.m., a caller on Jefferson Street reported that someone had shot at her dogs while she was in Riverton. Police found no evidence to suggest there had been a shooting. An unruly and intoxicated subject on South First Street was advised to stay inside and keep to themselves. At 11:31 p.m., a caller at an apartment said there was a strange odor coming from the space below. Police could find no odor and suggested the caller contact their landlord. *Fire Departments* Firefighters responded to four calls for service: two wrecks, a smoke investigation and a gas leak. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 20 calls for service Thursday into Friday morning. [image: Inline image 2] #county10 #news