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Dispatch: Arrests; Alarms triggered by snow: Reward for info on dog shooting; Bright yellow fishing boat stolen

Dispatch: Arrests; Alarms triggered by snow: Reward for info on dog shooting; Bright yellow fishing boat stolen

(Fremont County, Wyo.) - Here is Thursday's recap of law enforcement action around the county. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Glorietta Fightingbear*, 31, Riverton, LPD Warrant. *Calls:* A couple emergency alarms were triggered on Wednesday morning following a power bump caused by the snow storm. At 9:13 a.m., police were called to a vehicle v. pole wreck in the area of Capitol and South Second streets. There was no damage to the vehicle or the pole. A large pothole hidden by water was coned off on the westbound lane of Lincoln Street between Sixth and Seventh streets after someone hit it hard. A verbal argument at a home on South Second Street resulted in a peace disturbance call. The subjects were warned. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Jamie Groathouse*, 38, Riverton, Driving Under the Influence. *Heather Hill*, 21, Riverton, Breach of Peace. Hill was arrested following an altercation between subjects in a Riverton-area parking lot after 2 a.m. on Thursday. *Calls:* At 9:46 a.m. on Wednesday, a caller on Riverview Road reported that a snow plow backed into his vehicle. There were no injuries. At 1:05 p.m., a caller on Pebbles Lane reported that a physical altercation had broken out after a neighbor reportedly plowed snow so that it was blocking access to a hay stack. A report was taken, and no citations were issued. At 2:34 p.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers handled a situation where a vehicle went through a fence off Highway 789 near Riverton. At 2:36 p.m., a caller on Cherry Street in Pavillion reported that a cat had been attacked by a dog running at large. The dog's owner has been contacted, and the incident is under investigation. The cat was taken to a veterinarian. A report of possible animal abuse in the Lander area is under investigation. A $500 reward has been posted for information concerning the abduction and subsequent shooting of a dog in the Dubois area. The dog, known at Jackie, who was wearing a pink collar, was allegedly taken from a yard, shot between the eyes and dumped in a ditch. Call the Dubois Sheriff's station at 800-967-2304 if you have information. *Riverton Police Department* *Arrests/Citations* *A 33-year-old Riverton female* was cited for Shoplifting after attempting to take $60 in miscellaneous items from Walmart. Among the items was a pack of chicken and a bottle of anti-gas medication. *Hailee Rose Little Coyote*,18, Ethete, Driving While Under the Influence. *A 33-year-old Ethete man* was cited for Property Destruction. The man allegedly went to a friend’s house, who didn’t want him there, and in anger the man smashed a TV set while leaving. *Natasha Keele*, 29, Riverton, on a Failure to Appear warrant *Glorietta Fighting Bear*, 31, Riverton, Shoplifting and on a Failure to Appear Warrant.; and *Eddie G. Escobedo*, 18, Riverton for shoplifting. The pair tried to take $143 worth of men’s clothing from Walmart. *A 20-year-old Riverton male* was cited for Possession of a Controlled Substance – marijuana after a traffic stop. The officer could detect the odor of burnt marijuana in the vehicle. *Colleen Willow*, 28, Riverton on two arrest warrants, a local one for Probation Revocation and one from Natrona County for Failure to Appear. *Calls* *There were 26 calls on Tuesday* A REDDI report was called in on a vehicle. When contacted, the officer reported an elderly driver was having issues staying in the proper lane. No action was taken. Police provided a civil standby for the Water Department as they were turning off a residential water tap in the Wind River Estates for non-payment of fees. A man called police to report an attempted unauthorized use of his credit card in Florida. The man is working with his bank and the credit card company. A report was taken. A motorist who dinged a door of a vehicle at Smith’s and then refused to make good on the repair was followed home by the victim. There was no altercation. A reported drug exchange in the parking lot at Walmart turned out to be a grocery exchange. No action was taken. A man on the 800 block of Cindy Circle reported that someone had stolen his 10-foot bright yellow aluminum fishing boat valued at $200. The boat had been leaning up against the man’s garage. *Wednesday* *There were 29 calls for service* There was a false fire alarm at Wind River Healthcare and Rehabilitation center at 4:10 a.m. Police assisted an ambulance crew in gaining access to a residence on North 15th street where a woman had fallen the previous day, but could not get up. She was taken to the hospital. A woman who said she could not move her hands at 12:49 p.m. while at the Riverton Police Office was taken to the hospital. A man with a high blood alcohol level was taken to the emergency room from the 500 block of East Pershing. A man called police to complain that his ex has been cashing his Tribal checks. The man was unable to provide the amount of the checks or other information, so officers advised the man that he needed to show proof, and they also referred him to the BIA Wind River Police since the allegation occurred on the reservation. A bomb threat called in to the Walgreens store was a hoax from an out-of-country caller who told a dispatcher when they called him back that he was just scamming for money. The Center of Hope had a mild scare while trying to pat down an intoxicated man taken there Wednesday afternoon. Someone said the man had a gun, feeling a bulky object on him, so law enforcement was called and three agencies immediately responded, including the RPD, the FCSO and the Wyoming Highway Patrol. It was a bottle of vodka. There was no gun. *Fire Departments* Fort Washakie Firefighters responded to a wreck on Givens Road. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 13 calls for service Wednesday into Thursday morning. *Fremont County Coroner* The death of 34-year-old Mandy Cutshaw of Lander was caused by "Complications from end-stage renal disease due to Diabetes," according to a verdict and case docket. Cutshaw died on February 11th. [image: Inline image 1] #county10 #news