Police Log: Recent calls for service

JACKSON, 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.

June 22, 11:18 a.m.
Officer Ayling responded to a report of Destruction of Property. He learned that someone damaged two trees in planters outside a downtown business. The replacement cost of these trees is $100.

June 23, 9:08 a.m.
Officer Ayling responded to a Civil Dispute. He learned two divorced parents of a child were having a dispute over custody. Officer Ayling found there was a court order in this case providing direction. He determined it was possible a crime had been committed, but chose not to take enforcement action. Instead, he consulted with our county attorney’s office and determined the best course of action was to write this report and forward it to their office to be handled.

June 23, 9:32 p.m.
Officer Shreve responded to a report of Credit Card Fraud. The victim reported using their credit card in Jackson while here on vacation. When they returned home, still in possession of their credit card, they found someone had charged nearly $800 from their account at locations in the UK and Hong Kong.

June 24
Collision Hit & Run.

June 25, 3:39 p.m.
RO Swicegood contacted a 19-year-old Victor, Idaho man who had a local warrant for his arrest. He arrested the man without incident and had him booked into the Teton County Jail.

June 25
Collision Hit & Run.

June 26, 1:03 a.m.
Cpl. P. Smith stopped a vehicle for speed and failing to use its turn signal. When he contacted the driver, she appeared intoxicated and was slurring her words. She did poorly on her field sobriety testing and Cpl. P. Smith arrested her. The 31-year-old Wilson woman’s breath test was a .16%.

June 26, 8:47 a.m.
RO Swicegood responded to a report of a stolen vehicle. The victim left their unsecured vehicle in a parking lot while at work, with the keys in the center console. During that time, someone stole his vehicle.

The next day, Cpl. P. Smith was searching the town and found this stolen vehicle parked in the parking structure. It had fresh damage and some tools had been stolen from it. Police are still investigating this one and say they have some promising leads.

June 26, 1:50 p.m.
Officer Blair responded to a report of Theft. The victim reported leaving their unlocked bike in the bike racks at the Center for the Arts. When they returned a few hours later, their $300 bike was gone.

June 26, 4:19 p.m.
Officer Blair responded to a report of Fraud. The victim reported someone had filed an unemployment claim in their name. She will document the incident, but referred the victim to the Department of Labor in the state where the claim was made.

June 27
Traffic Accident.

June 27, 7:42 p.m.
RO Schmidl responded to a report of a Collision. It was reported a vehicle crashed into the walls of the Pine Glades Tunnel and was headed north into town. She quickly found the vehicle and attempted to stop it. The vehicle would not stop. What followed was a slow-speed pursuit that ended when Officer O’Donnell blocked the way to prevent the vehicle from entering the area of the square. When they contacted the elderly driver, they found him to have a suspended license and advanced dementia.

RO Schmidl decided arresting the 82-year-old Montana man wasn’t the right solution but had him taken to the hospital to be evaluated, though she did write him some citations for the suspended license and leaving the scene of an accident.

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