JACKSON, Wyo.\u00a0\u2014 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. August 5, 10:43 a.m. Police responded to a report of Domestic Violence. This case is what cops call a "cold" report, meaning that it happened some time ago and are just learning about it now. A patrol officer took an initial report and a detective will follow up on it as soon as the victim can come in to speak with us. Until then, police won't be saying anything more to protect the integrity of the investigation. August 4, 5:59 p.m. Police responded to a Disturbance. When officers arrived, they learned a husband and wife had been having an argument. The wife called the cops when she felt things were getting out of hand. \u201cThat's excellent. Not that there was an argument, but that she called before it devolved into violence,\u201d said Lt. Roger Schultz. \u201cWe were able to mediate, calm things down, and provide the woman with resources should she need them. No enforcement action was necessary on this one.\u201d August 5, 8:10 p.m. Police responded to the Cowboy Bar for a False ID. \u201cOnce again, the outstanding doorman at the Cowboy caught someone trying to get in with an ID that wasn't real,\u201d said Lt. Roger Schultz. The 18-year-old Fox Point, Wisconsin man admitted the ID was fake and was issued a citation. August 5, 2020, 10:18 p.m. Police responded by phone to a report of Public Indecency. They were told a man was behaving inappropriately during a massage; rubbing himself and asking for sex. Police have the man's name and intend on having a conversation with him about his behavior. \u201cIf this is you, please come talk to us so we don't have to spend valuable time tracking you down,\u201d said Lt. Roger Schultz. August 6, 9:00 p.m. Police were called to check on a man outside Bud's Liquor Store. When they arrived, they found the man described and noted he was heavily intoxicated. A witness told officers the man had been outside the business for about two hours, reportedly waiting for a friend to pick him up. Police learned that he had been consuming alcohol while waiting. By the time cops showed up, his friend hadn't arrived, he couldn't give an address, didn't have a place to go, or any way to get there. \u201cHe was so drunk, in fact, the man was unable to stand on his own or respond to simple questions,\u201d said Lt. Roger Schultz. The 31-year-old Fulton, Missouri man was arrested for Public Intoxication. \u201cWe'll give him a safe place to sleep it off where detention officers can check on him at regular intervals to make sure he's okay,\u201d Schultz added.