Dispatch: Arrests; Hit and Run vehicle left license plate; Shoplifter got away; Mailbox vandalized

Here is the weekend law enforcement recap from around the county. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *Lance Lajeunesse*, 18, Riverton, Minor Under the Influence, Resisting Arrest, Breach of Peace and Criminal Trespassing. Lajeunesse was in a yard in the 200 block of East Monroe with a group of people and refused the request from the resident there to get out of her yard. *Dustin Bigmedicine*, 35, of Arapahoe, on a Failure to Appear warrant *Charlene Yellowfox*, 50, Riverton, Public Intoxication *Travis Fried*, 39, Riverton, Child Abuse. Fried is alleged to have assaulted his 14-year-old son by throwing him against a wall and then pinning him there by his throat. The father allegedly became upset because his son would not divulge the security code for his cell phone. *Marie Cornell,* 32, Riverton, on a Failure to Appear Warrant and Interference. *Cassandra Goggles*, 43, Kinnear, Public Intoxication *Jarilyn Yellowbear*, 19, Riverton Minor Under the Influence and Child Endangerment. Yellowbear was left in charge of her younger juvenile siblings but began drinking. When the mother returned, Yellowbear was reported to be "flipping out." *Jennifer Teran*, 30, of Arapahoe, Driving While Under the Influence (0.09% BAC) *Kristen Antelope*, 22, of Arapahoe, Probation Revocation and Interference for lying twice to police about her name. *Tyle Potts,* 30, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Felony Child Abuse and Domestic Violence. Potts is charged with assaulting his 6-year-old son by slamming him to the ground after grabbing him by the throat. When the boys mother, and Potts' wife intervened, he allegedly grabbed her by the hair and drove her head into a wall, creating a hole in the sheet rock. He then allegedly grabbed a knife and put it to her throat before running out the back door. He was caught soon thereafter near the West apartments at CWC. *Calls* *There were 38 calls on Friday* A 25-year-old Littleton, CO, man reported that he had been bitten by a dog the previous day up at a residence along the Airport Road. He wanted a report made. A missing person report is pending. A man said he wife has been working in Riverton, but her employer phoned to say she failed to show up for work. A woman who was not identified allegedly was making racial slurs at skateboarders at the Tyler Apodaca Memorial Skatepark at City Park. The woman left in a red van. A man in the 1100 block of East Main complained that his brother had assaulted him and had dislocated his shoulder. He was taken to the emergency room. He did not want to pursue any charges. A woman called police at 7:22 p.m. to report she was assaulted at Smith's Food and Drug and that someone had broken out a window of her vehicle. She said she was chasing the suspect back onto the Wind River Indian Reservation where the BIA Wind River Police investigated the incident. A student reported losing a $500 cell phone on the shuttle bus. A report was taken. Police officers assisted the Sheriff's Office in the search for a 17-year-old female runaway. *Saturday* *There were 36 calls for service* At 6:05 a.m. a man reported someone had stolen a tool box out of his truck that contained $150 worth of Craftsman tools. The theft was reported in the 400 block of Elizabeth Drive. Police were called over a Facebook dispute between two parties. Each was told to stop harassing the other. A vehicle parked overnight in the Smith's parking lot was vandalized. No damage estimate was provided on the white 2000 Honda Civic. A man and a woman were arguing over $20 that the man allegedly owed the woman. It was a verbal argument. Police mediated and the two went their separate ways. A vehicle crashed into a chain link fence in the Wind River Estates causing over $1,000 in damages. Police have a lead on the hit and run motorist. The vehicle's license plate was found lodged in the busted fence. Two males found on the pathway near East Pershing Avenue were taken to the emergency room with high blood alcohol levels. Police received a complaint from a mother who had dropped off her children at her former husband's house for a visitation, only to learn that he was allegedly doing meth in front of the kids. The information was turned over to the man's probation officer. An officer involved in an arrest near Safeway heard a crash that was believed to be a hit and run. Upon investigation, it turned out that someone had slammed a shopping cart into others at a cart collection point. There was no wreck. *Sunday* *There were 18 calls for service* Walmart reported seeing a woman come into the store with an empty bag but leave with a full bag. It is not known if the woman was a shoplifter. She got away. at 11:52 p.m. a two-vehicle crash was reported in the 700 block of East Pershing where a white 2010 Jeep Compass slammed into a silver and black 1999 Subaru Forester. Damage was over $1,000. Two females alleged grabbed some cosmetics valued at $34 and ran from the store. They got away. A man who had been dating a woman since August told police he had recently broken off the relationship and when he came home on Sunday, someone had smashed his TV set. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *A 17-year-old Riverton female* was arrested for Underage Consumption of Alcohol *Drew Blackburn*, 29, of Arapahoe, on a Bond Violation *Christopher Emery*, 36, Riverton, Domestic Violence Battery, Reckless Endangering and on an arrest warrant out of the state of Missouri. *Johnnie Hutchings*, 44, Lander, on a Probation Revocation *Pendleton Martinez*, 42, Ethete, Possession of a Controlled Substance and on a Probation Revocation *Lynx Osterkom*, 56, Riverton, on a Failure to Appear warrant *Truman Piper*, 22, Ethete, Driving While Under the Influence, Open Container and No Valid Drivers License. *Eugene Ridgley*, 54, Ethete, Pedestrian Under the Influence *Lacie Snyder*, 27, Riverton, on two arrests warrants including Failure to Appear and Probation Revocation. *Calls:* *There were 149 calls for service* A one-vehicle rollover was reported on South Pass Friday at 8:22 a.m. A vandalism to a mailbox was reported Friday at 12:13 p.m. in the 7300 block of Highway 789 near Lander. A verbal argument between a man and wife was reported on 11:14 p.m. in the 2100 block of the Missouri Valley Road. It was verbal only. A hit and run crash reported at 7:55 a.m. on Saturday is under investigation in the Riverton area. A shed caught fire on Weaver Vane Lane near Riverton at 1:15 p.m. Saturday. *Lander Police Department* A report from the LPD had not been received by 12:30 p.m. It will included when it is received. *Fremont County Emergency Medical Services* There were 68 calls for a county ambulance from Friday to Monday morning. *Fremont County Fire Departments* There were 14 fire calls from Friday to Monday morning, including two vehicle crashes, a shed fire and grass fires. There were also 11 controlled burns reports, eight fire drills and inspections, *Fremont County Coroner* There were two deaths investigated by the coroner that were reported over the weekend. [image: Inline image 1]