PRESS LOG

May 15-21, 2017

 

Here's a snapshot of the calls we took this week.

 

1705P-2130

Unknown person(s) entered into a parked and unoccupied car. Unknown if items were taken from the car, but items of value were left.

 

1705P-2342

Collision hit/run. Damage to vehicle less than $1000.

 

1705P-2354

A blue mountain bike was left leaning against a power pole at the south end of the Center for the Arts grassy area near the alley.

 

1705P-2444

Bicycle stolen from atop a vehicle. Lock was cut.

 

1705P-2448

Officer took report of female who doesn't want any contact from her ex boyfriend.

 

1705P-2536

Officers identified warrant subject. Confirmed warrant and subject arrested.

 

1705P-2589

Officers arrested juvenile after he violated the terms of his probation and his probation was revoked.

 

1705P-2563

Found silver "cruiser" bike.

 

1705P-2622

Guns held for safe keeping at request of gun owner who is undergoing counseling. Owner will contact police department when they are ready to have their guns back.

***Jackson Police Says: This brave person contacted a counselor when they recognized the darkness creeping in, and contacted the JPD to hold on to their guns until they can be safe with them.

Wyoming has one of the highest suicide rates in the nation; it is an issue which affects and touches everyone.  Nationally, firearms are used in more than half of all suicides, the percentage is even higher in Wyoming.  

We salute the courage and strength it takes to seek help when some feel so helpless.  It isn't easy, but there are people who care about you.  If you are having suicidal thoughts, don't face them alone; tell a parent, talt to a friend, contact a counselor, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255), or call 911.  you are important, there is always hope, and we can help. ***  

  

1705P-2645

During the boarding process at the airport a man is suspected of taking several items from the boarding agent without authorization. Investigation showed this was not the case and the property was lost elsewhere.

 

1705P-2656

Collision in private parking lot. No injuries, no vehicles towed. Over $1,000 damage.

 

1705P-2678

Two vehicle non injury traffic collision. Combined damage over $1000.00.

 

1705P-2710

Intoxicated male subject creating a disturbance. Upon contact, subject was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself. Arrested for public intoxication. Upon arrest subject admitted to being in possession of marijuana.

 

1705P-2744

Vehicle was towed for illegal parking, once at the tow yard a pipe was found in plain view through the window.

 

1705P-2827

Subject pushed other into rock wall, hit him and knocked him down, then left scene. Victim declined prosecution.

 

1705P-2050

Man was walking home when a large dog being walked by a female lunged and bit the man on the buttocks. Citation issued.

 

1705P-2143

Woman noticed her wallet was stolen out of her car this morning.

 

1705P-2167

Driver turned out of a parking lot and collided with a parked car on the side of the road.

 

1705P-2190

Collision hit/run. Damage <$1K.

 

1705P-2219

Saddles stolen from a property in another county were recovered at a local business.

 

1705P-2238

Intoxicated man causes a disturbance. Yells at patrons in front of local business. Yells at pedestrians using the sidewalk. Arrested for public intoxication.

 

1705P-2249

Subject called 911 and hung up, mother said he was a danger to himself, subject returned home, and was detained on a mental hold.

 

1705P-2294

Collision. Damage greater than $1000.

 

1705P-2300

Subject took vehicle to get repaired. Repairs were done. Subject took vehicle without paying and refused to pay. Subject does not agree with bill/services done. Subject owes $2,095.80. Subject paid pill after initial report was taken.

 

1705P-2319

Collision

 

***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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