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Police Log: Recent calls for service

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. – 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’s Office.

09/20/2019 10:10
W Broadway Ave
•TRAFFIC ACCIDENT – HIT/RUN, VEHICLE DAMG
Comments: A driver was waiting for a stoplight to change inside of a commercial parking lot when a truck with Colorado plates backed into her left front fender. The driver of the truck got out, spoke with the other driver and then left without providing state required information. No leads, case inactive.

09/21/2019 07:57
Garaman Park
•ABANDONED – BICYCLE
Comments: Three bicycles left at Garaman Park for a week, one pink, one purple and one red.

09/20/2019 19:24
W Broadway Ave
•PUBLIC INTOX – PUBLIC INTOXICATION
Comments: Officers responded to a report of a subject lying on a sidewalk. Officers arrived and found the subject was so intoxicated they were unable to walk. The subject was arrested for public intoxication. PBT .330%

09/20/2019 22:33
E Broadway Ave
•AGENCY ASSIST – ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
Comments: Officers received a report of a stolen vehicle. TCSO Deputies, JPD, and WHP worked together to locate the stolen vehicle and recover two stolen firearms and a stolen boat. 3 subjects were arrested.

09/21/2019 16:57
Redmond St
•ABANDONED – BICYCLE
Comments: Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of Redmond street for a report of a green Raleigh abandon bicycle that had been there for at least a week.

09/22/2019 07:09
N Millward St
•FAMILY DISTURBANCE – VERBAL ARGUMENT
Comments: Parking complaint call turns into cold disturbance call. Neighbor states that an argument happened last night and personal belongings are strewn everywhere in parking lot. Verbal altercation so far, nothing physical at this time.

09/22/2019 11:38
W Broadway Ave
•DRUNKENNESS – DRUNKENNESS
Comments: Officers dispatched to intoxicated male subject attempting entry into a hotel room. Officers made contact with subject and took him into custody.

09/22/2019 12:03
E Deloney Ave/N Cache St
•MEDICAL – TRAUMATIC INJURY
Comments: Woman was trying to move out of the way on boardwalk for people to take pictures. She fell and most likely broke or dislocated her wrist. She was transported by EMS to the hospital for treatment.

09/22/2019 12:40
W Pearl Ave
•ABANDONED – BICYCLE
Comments: Unsecured found bicycle. Impounded.

09/22/2019 16:34
Center St
•THEFT – SHOPLIFTING

09/20/2019 01:33
Albertsons/105 Buffalo Way
•TRAFFIC PROBLEM – TRAFFIC OFFENSE
Comments: A vehicle was stopped for driving without headlights or taillights after dark. The driver of the vehicle, a taxi, had consumed an alcoholic beverage recently. The driver was cited for having a measurable amount of alcohol in his system.

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