JACKSON HOLE, WYO \u2013 Here are some recent calls for service in Teton County\/Jackson from the dispatch log. Names may be withheld at the request of law enforcement. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filing from the Teton County Attorney\u2019s Office. 01\/04\/2018 9:45:00 Cold Theft\/Missing Property. 01\/04\/2018 13:29:00 An unknown vehicle struck the victim's truck while it was legally parked. 01\/04\/2018 14:05:40 Collision hit and run. 01\/04\/2018 14:17:00 Female passenger on the START Bus tripped and fell on the floor of the START Bus. Female passenger declined any medical treatment. 01\/04\/2018 14:39:08 Victim's credit card was used without authorization. 01\/04\/2018 18:22:00 Hit and run collision. Suspect located and cited. 01\/04\/2018 19:54:00 Fake ID was confiscated by security guard at local business. The ID was taken into police custody and destroyed. 01\/04\/2018 21:12:00 REDDI report\/ driving complaint. SFST performed. Arrest. PBT .12%. Additional charge of PCS. 01\/04\/2018 21:22:10 Traffic collision. 01\/04\/2018 22:29:00 Driver stopped for speeding and erratic driving, officer smelled marijuana, officer located marijuana inside of vehicle, driver arrested for marijuana and no driver's license. 01\/04\/2018 22:52:00 Officers respond to disturbance which leads to domestic assault arrest. 01\/03\/2018 10:28:00 Hit and run collision. Unknown vehicle collided with a parked vehicle in private parking. 01\/03\/2018 16:47:32 Victim left purse at one of several retail establishments. Purse was stolen. 01\/03\/2018 18:59:00 Females used false ID to enter a bar. Female was cited. 01\/03\/2018 20:55:00 Hit and run in parking lot of local business. Awaiting photos of the damaged vehicle 01\/02\/2018 8:43:00 Two men fought in a hotel lobby. Victim received an injury to his face, but didn't want to press charges. 01\/02\/2018 8:58:00 Took report of unauthorized use of a credit card totaling approximately $6,000 in purchases from an on-line retailer. Reporting party believes ex-girlfriend is the culprit. 01\/02\/2018 10:03:00 Credit card used fraudulently to obtain services, forwarded to investigations for follow up.