(Fremont County,  Wyo.) – Here is the Tuesday’s law enforcement recap from around the county over the weekend. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.

Riverton Police Department


Jason Moon, 38, Ethete, Public Intoxication. Moon had been taken to the Center of Hope, but could not get along with others there and was finally taken to jail.

Lois MedicineCloud, 49, Riverton, Failure to Appear Warrant. Police were called to Riverton City Park for some intoxicated individuals there. After contacting the subjects, it was discovered that MedicineCloud had an outstanding warrant, and she was arrested.

Eldon Antelope, 48, Riverton, Public Intoxication. Police were again called to City Park for intoxicated individuals. Two were taken to the Center For Hope but Antelope was arrested.

A 18-year-old Riverton man was cited for Driving Roadways Laned For Traffic following a personal injury two-vehicle crash that was reported at 12:03 p.m. at the intersection of West Sunset Drive and Major Avenue. The teen, driving a 1991 Ford Ranger, hit a silver 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix. EMS was called for the driver of the Pontiac who was complaining of neck pain at the scene.

One of the vehicles involved is pictured. (Josiah Sifuentes photo)

One of the vehicles involved is pictured. (Josiah Sifuentes photo)

A 16-year-old Riverton male was cited for Entering A Roadway and Failing to Yield to Traffic following a two-vehicle crash that was reported at 9:07 p.m. at the northwest corner of Walmart Monday night in the 1700 block of North Federal. (see photo) The vehicles involved were a treen 1995 Mitsubishi and a blue 2007 Toytota RAV4. There were no injuries.


The Riverton Police and Fire Departments responded to a smoke alarm at a residence on Sage Drive at 10:02 a.m. Monday. It turned out to be burned food on a stove and no active fire.

The U-Haul lot at the South Federal Pit Stop has been a dangerous place lately. The second crash in as many weeks to a U-haul vehicle parked there was reported Monday when a gray 1988 International Semi Tractor struck a 2007 Ford Econoline U-Haul van.

Police were called to a residence in town where an individual looking after another person’s residence while they were away arrived to find all the doors open. Police swept the home and found no one inside, and there did not appear to be anything missing.

Police were called to the American Laundry and Drycleaners on Webbwood Road at 3:38 p.m. where a former employee there was attempting to cash out several pre-paid laundry cards with remaining balances totaling $40. The manager on site could not find any documentation that the cards were purchased by the former employee. Police asked if any cards were missing, and it was determined they were all accounted for. No crime having taken place, police left the scene.

A man called police after a collection agency contacted him and told him he owed $2,780.88 to Chase-Manhattan Bank for a credit card the man said he had never owned. The reporting party was concerned because the caller, identified as Portfolio Recovery Associates, also had the last four numbers of his social security number and his date of birth, but they had his middle name wrong. The credit agency also indicated that he had filed for bankruptcy, which again was not true, according to the man, who wanted the information documented. Police took a report and will follow-up with the credit agency.

Bealls Depatment Store on West Main called police again to report another driver and vehicle was loitering in its parking lot. Police contacted the driver and asked them not to loiter there.

A fight was reported outside of the Cedar Bar on East Fremont at 7:19 p.m., but when officers arrived, no one was outside. A check of the area did not reveal any people in the area.

A vehicle that tried to drive from the Kmart parking lot down an embankment to the Wendy’s parking lot at 10:09 p.m. became high centered and police were called. The vehicle was dislodged and moved. There apparently was no damage, either to the vehicle or to the landscaping.

A fight between a girlfriend and a boyfriend about what friends the woman was communicating with on Facebook resulted in a family fight call at 1:40 a.m. to an address on Commanche Court. The boyfriend would not drop the argument, so police were called to bring order to the household. The girlfriend agreed to go spend the night at her brother’s house to end the arguing.

An employee at the Good 2 Go store in the 200 block of North Federal called police and asked for assistance at 3 a.m. when reporting for work there. An alarm had been tripped. Police cleared the store and found no one inside nor any signs of a break-in. The employee reported some difficulties with the alarm system there recently.


Fremont County Sheriff’s Office


Clifford Henry, 63, Kinnear, Driving Under the Influence and No Insurance.

Rodney Littlemouth, 37, Fort Washakie, Simple Assault and Interference with Police.


At 10:24 a.m., deputies were called to Pavillion for a report of a juvenile runaway. Additional details were not released.

At about noon on Monday, a woman reported reported a dog that was tied up without protection from wind. Deputies determined the dog was OK.

At 12:28 p.m., deputies were called about a a dead domestic dog dumped and skinned off Squaw Creek Road near Lander. Deputies determined the animal was a coyote not a dog.

A report of “very threatening” dogs on the 400 block of Barber Street in Dubois was unfounded. No dogs were located by deputies.

A report of a sex offense that happened in the Boysen Reservoir area is under investigation.

The suspicious relocation of a large log in Dubois was determined to have been caused by the wind. Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin’…

A caller on Vessel Road near Lander wanted a deputy to speak to someone who stole her daughter’s iPod.


Lander Police Department


None in the past 24 hours.


Lander Police are asking for the public’s help with a hit and run that occurred early Monday morning on Garner Drive. The suspect vehicle is a red Ford F-series pickup with driver’s side damage.

LPD Chief Jim Carey said his officers took a couple reports of phone and Facebook harassment. No charges have been filed in either case.

Ambulance crews were called twice, and LPD assisted, with instances of people slipping and falling on ice. One was on the 200 block of North First Street, and the other was on South Fifth Street.

A report of items reportedly taken from a house on the 700 block of Cascade Street is under investigation.

Cash was reported stolen out of an unlocked vehicle on the 500 block of Washington Street. The report is under investigation.

At 8:59 p.m., police were called to an address on Dabich for a welfare check on a man who hadn’t been heard from for a while. Carey said officers saw in one of the windows a man lying on the floor, busted in the door and got him help. The man was reportedly unresponsive but breathing. EMS transported the man to Lander Regional Hospital.