Press Log
May 1-7, 2017

Here is a quick summary of what your police department did for the week.

1705P-0059 Reporting person called police to say a man with a warrant was in a business. Man was located and it was confirmed he had a warrant. Man was arrested.

1705P-0391 A juvenile took some food items from a store without paying for them and then ran when confronted, the juvenile was trespassed from the store's location.

1705P-0462 While in a private parking lot, a vehicle failed to back safely and collided with a parked vehicle. Both vehicles sustained minor damage with a total estimated at over $1000.

1705P-0570 Traffic collision. Vehicle vs. Deer.

1705P-0732 Medical Assist call for a semi-conscious female that fell and possibly hit her head. Witnesses are suspicious a male may have put something in her drink.

1705P-0746 Suspicious circumstance. Pipe submitted for destruction.

1705P-0858 Unrelated third party reported an intoxicated male was passed out on public sidewalk. Upon contact, subject was unable to articulate a reasonable plan to get home. Subject was arrested for PI and cleared at hospital. 0.30% PBT.

1705P-0180 Two vehicle collision. No injuries and the vehicles were not towed. Three citations issued.

1705P-0177 Plastic bag containing green leafy substance suspected to be marijuana found on private property. Taken for destruction.

1705P-0200 Vehicle struck while parked and unoccupied. Driver did not report.

1705P-0209 Female subject ran away from the youth home where she was staying.

1705P-0215 Officers responded to 911 call about intoxicated male. Officers found the subject unsteady on his feet, unable to care for self. Officers arrested him for Public Intoxication.

1705P-0264 Credit Cards opened in victim's names. Charges greater than $1000 charged to credit cards.

1705P-0283 Drug take back drugs given to the DEA

***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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