Press Blotter
March 12-18, 2018

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Case Number CFS # Reported Date/Time Case Comments
PDP180300045 1803-1099 03/12/2018 0:38:00 Report of a male individual passed out on the sidewalk. Male subject displayed indicators of intoxication and was physically unable to care for his own needs. PBT .242%. Subject arrested.
PDP180300046 1803-1101 03/12/2018 1:42:00 Male subject was spotted attempting to open rear door of a locked patrol car, parked on the street. Male subject displayed indicators of intoxication and stated he was looking for his friend. Male subject's friend was arrested for public intoxication earlier on the same night. Male subject PBT is .227%. Subject arrested.
PDP180300047 1803-1131 03/12/2018 6:30:00 Woman discovered fresh scratches to her car after it had been parked in an apartment parking lot for about 30 minutes. Woman suspects someone may have been upset because of her parking location.
PDP180300049 1803-1132 03/12/2018 10:46:00 Non injury two vehicle collision on private property. One driver cited for no driver's license and unsafe backing.
PDP180300050 1803-1156 03/12/2018 12:59:00 Subject refused to be properly screened at the Jackson Hole Airport. Subject became disorderly and disruptive, and was arrested.
PDP180300051 1803-1161 03/12/2018 13:48:00 An unknown vehicle hit a parked and unoccupied pickup truck somewhere in Teton County or the Town of Jackson, Wyoming. The owner of the truck drove it for about two days over the weekend before noticing the damage. There are no suspects.
PDP180300052 1803-1242 03/13/2018 10:44:00 Subject struck in the face but refused to file charges against the suspect.
PDP180300053 1803-1293 03/13/2018 16:33:00 Traffic collision.
PDP180300055 1803-1325 03/13/2018 22:02:00 Suspicious circumstances at middle school. Under investigation.
PDP180300054 1803-1330 03/14/2018 0:02:00 Call for a Protection Order Violation leads to Warrant arrest.
PDP180300056 1803-1344 03/14/2018 8:54:00 Vehicle hit and run in parking lot of local business.
PDP180300058 1803-1358 03/14/2018 10:45:00 Debit card was used fraudulently to purchase goods in local business's.
PDP180300057 1803-1395 03/14/2018 15:22:00 Woman passed out in her car found during parking rounds. Arrested for DUI.
PDP180300060 1803-1548 03/15/2018 23:46:00 Suicidal subject called police asking for help for mental health issues. Subject was transported to St. John's Hospital for evaluation.
PDP180300061 1803-1561 03/16/2018 2:24:00 Officer responded to a residence for the report of domestic violence. After investigation Officers discovered that a domestic assault had occurred between ex-boyfriend and girlfriend and a domestic battery occurred between two house mates. The primary aggressor in both incidents was taken into custody.
PDP180300062 1803-1619 03/16/2018 16:13:00 Man called to report he had been hit in the face with a closed fist at a local motel.
PDP180300063 1803-1661 03/16/2018 21:53:00 Contacted 3 intoxicated male subjects in front of the Cowboy Bar. One male became difficult and would not follow directions. Unable to find means of getting to hotel in Teton Village. He had slurred speech, glassy eyes, smelled of alcohol and had difficulty standing. PBT .297% BrAC.
PDP180300064 1803-1672 03/16/2018 22:47:00 A man was found intoxicated in a public place, he had been observed wandering around for some time prior to being contacted. The man did not know where he was staying. The man was arrested for public intoxication.
PDP180300065 1803-1675 03/16/2018 23:10:00 Pedestrian stop for public intoxication. Subject urinating on wall. Arrest. PBT .26%
PDP180300066 1803-1687 03/17/2018 1:33:00 A man was asked to leave a business by the manager but would not. The man was then told by Officers to leave the business and not come back until the morning when he was sober. The man initially left the business, then returned and entered after Officers left the area. The man was arrested for trespass. The man was found to be in possession of controlled substance after he was arrested.
PDP180300067 1803-1691 03/17/2018 2:05:00 Two males arrested for public intoxication and urinating in public. One of the males was found to be in possession of methamphetamine.
PDP180300069 1803-1831 03/18/2018 0:28:00 Report of a fight at a local hotel. After investigation one party arrested for JMC 9.16.020 Assault and Battery.
PDP180300070 1803-1835 03/18/2018 0:51:00 Two females were contacted by police when officers observed one female trying to help another female who was laying in the road. Both females were found to be under the influence of alcohol and under the age of 21. One of the females also had a fake ID. The females were booked into jail.
PDP180300071 1803-1838 03/18/2018 1:25:00 Female subject stumbled into traffic, began taking her pants down and urinated on the wall of a restaurant. Female subject was highly intoxicated and was arrested for urinating in public and for public intoxication.
PDP180300072 1803-1851 03/18/2018 4:33:00 Contacted pedestrian who was staggering while walking in a public parking lot. The subject was unable to give officers a valid hotel or room where he was staying for the night. The subject was taken into custody and submitted to a portable breath test at the jail which showed a .23%
PDP180300073 1803-1856 03/18/2018 7:41:31 Destruction of property resolved civilly.
PDP180300074 1803-1889 03/18/2018 14:21:00 Two unknown female subjects took items from a local clothing store and did not pay for them.
PDP180300075 1803-1898 03/18/2018 15:43:00 One couple was walking their dog while a lone female was walking hers. The two dogs met and were involved in a brief fight. While breaking up the fighting dogs, the lone female was bitten by the couple's dog. Information report only.
Total Records: 29

***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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