Press Blotter
November 20-26, 2017

Police Chief: 
Why do you spend all your 
time trying to hit flies?
Officer: You assigned me to the swat team, 
didn't you?

Besides swatting flies, here is what your police department did over the holiday weekend.

Case Number Reported Date/Time Case Comments
PDP171100057 11/20/2017 13:32:54 Theft of propane from gas station. Under investigation.
PDP171100058 11/21/2017 9:43:00 A group of employees at a local resort embezzled money from the resort. Investigation on-going.
PDP171100059 11/21/2017 11:18:00 Local financial institution requests a police report for insurance purposes. The issue was over fraudulent activity on a customer's debit card.
PDP171100060 11/21/2017 16:23:00 Unknown person(s) broke into an employee's room at a local hotel and destroyed their property while they were out of town. Items may also be missing from the room. Investigation is ongoing.
PDP171100061 11/21/2017 17:07:00 A black SUV stopped at a stop sign and then entered the roadway in front of a white SUV. The vehicles collided. Driver of white SUV taken to hospital.
PDP171100062 11/21/2017 23:03:00 Officers called to an intoxicated male subject disturbing the peace. Subject was contacted and arrested for Public Intoxication.
PDP171100063 11/22/2017 0:40:00 Traffic stop for headlight. Driver has had multiple contacts for no driver's license. Driver arrested for no driver's license.
PDP171100064 11/22/2017 5:53:00 Officers dispatched to a suicidal subject at local motel. The subject had injuries and was transported to the hospital.
PDP171100065 11/22/2017 7:06:00 Slashed tires. Unknown suspect. Value greater than $1000.00
PDP171100067 11/22/2017 22:41:00 Report of a fight and that males involved fled the scene. Four males matching the description detained nearby. After investigation, two males arrested: One for Minor Under the Influence of Alcohol, Use of False ID in order to obtain an alcoholic beverage, and Battery. Second Male taken into custody for Minor Under the Influence of Alcohol.
PDP171100068 11/23/2017 0:45:00 Anonymous reporting party alerted officers to a male who was falling down drunk who was too intoxicated to order a cab. Officers contacted a male who was too drunk to use his phone to get a ride. Male was arrested for public intoxication.
PDP171100069 11/23/2017 5:34:00 Intoxicated Male got into an argument about trying to live with his male friend and then he assaulted that male, and then tried to steal the male's down coat while he was leaving the house.
PDP171100070 11/23/2017 10:27:00 A man reported that his door was damaged in an apparent break in attempt.
PDP171100071 11/23/2017 12:56:00 A bike was found abandoned in the trees next to the airport.
PDP171100072 11/24/2017 8:35:00 Victim called to report of a bike that was last seen outside of his former employer's establishment. Last seen approximately 3 weeks ago. Retail value of $700.00.
PDP171100073 11/24/2017 17:13:00 A vehicle was stopped for expired temporary registration. Officer smelled marijuana, searched vehicle and located suspected marijuana and paraphernalia. Driver was cited for possession of controlled substance.
PDP171100074 11/24/2017 18:43:00 Male was driving a Mini Cooper with expired registration. Male driver did not have a driver's license, insurance, or valid registration. Male was arrested on all charges.
PDP171100075 11/25/2017 14:36:00 Man was reported to have been drunk and causing a disturbance. Property owner issued an eviction notice and wanted a trespass served as well. The subject was located at his residence and arrested for a prior warrant.
PDP171100076 11/26/2017 10:15:00 Unknown suspect struck victim's vehicle multiple times. Damages under $1000.00.
PDP171100077 11/26/2017 18:59:00 Officers received information about a Subject, with a Felony Warrant, staying at a local hotel. The Subject was located and arrested.

***JACKSON PD SAYS:  If you have any information related to any crime you see here (or any other), please contact the police department, or call CRIME STOPPERS at (307) 733-5148.  We rely heavily on you to direct our efforts.  You can remain anonymous.


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