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.
April 11 (7:44 am) – Runaway
Officers received a report of a juvenile who was supposed to be staying with a friend, but apparently stayed elsewhere. A short time later the juvenile was located and returned to a parent.
April 11 (4:02 pm) – Suspicious Circumstances
Officers assisted St. John’s Medical Center security staff with a patient who had left the hospital while still requiring medical care. An officer located the patient who agreed to return to the hospital.
April 11 (7:09 pm) – Domestic Violence
Officers received a third-hand report of a person who had been the victim of domestic violence. When contacted the alleged victim refused to provide information about the alleged assault. The investigating officer believes enough evidence exists to charge the suspect with domestic battery when located.
April 11 (9:16 pm) – Threats
A subject reported receiving threatening texts and photos of violent acts. The subject does not know the person the texts are coming from or why they are being received. Follow-up is ongoing to attempt to determine who the sender is.
April 12 (8:03 am) – Suspicious Circumstances
The subject in the threats case previously, received additional, similar messages. The messages appear to be coming through an app.
April 12 (11:29 am) – Theft
Officers took a report that a subject had rented and returned a rental vehicle. When the subject returned the vehicle, he did not return the key. The next day, staff of the rental care company observed the subject who had previously rented the vehicle inside the vehicle on the property. It was determined that the subject had returned to the business after it closed and had taken the vehicle a second time without renting it, apparently driving it into Grand Teton National Park without authorization or the intent to pay for it. As a result, Andref Tringer, 34, transient, was charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle.
April 12 (7:58 pm) – Domestic Violence
Officers responded to a report of domestic violence. The investigation determined that while arguing a male shove a female. When she attempted to call 911 the subject took the phone from her to prevent her from calling. He then fled the scene. When contacted, a 26-year-old male was charged with unlawful contact and interference with an emergency call.