(Fremont County, Wyo.) – Here is the weekend law enforcement wrap-up from across the county. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.

Fremont County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests:

Ambrosia Inez Antelope, 22, Arapahoe, Contempt of Court Warrant.

A 17-year-old Arapahoe girl for Juvenile Drug Court Warrant.

Calls:

A woman on the 200 block of Burma Road called deputies at about 7:17 a.m. on Wednesday to report a lost black horse with a faded halter.

Another report of someone fraudulently claiming to be from IRS and requesting money was reported Wednesday morning outside of Lander. The phone fraud scheme has been seen repeatedly throughout the county in the last month.

Deputies assisted Riverton Police with a report a death threats via text messages coming from somewhere in the Saint Stephen’s area.

At 10:41 a.m., a caller on Highway 789 near Riverton asked deputies to check on an older horse. The Sheriff’s Office reports that the property owner acquired an older horse in not-so-good condition, but it was being properly cared for. Wind River Police and Sheriff’s Deputies checked numerous times.

A woman on River Lane reported Wednesday afternoon that her brother attacked her the day before. The Sheriff’s Office reports that a domestic violence warrant is pending.

At about 3 p.m., a caller on David’s Way said a woman threatened to shoot the caller’s grandchildren if they didn’t get off her property. A follow-up investigation confirmed no firearm was actually involved.

At 8:40 p.m., a caller on the 200 block of South Main Street said a subject kept driving by and antagonizing the caller’s dogs.

 

Lander Police Department

Arrests:

Olivia Jorgensen, 44, Wolfpoint, Mont., Campbell County Warrant.

Calls:

At 11:09 a.m., a caller on Popo Agie Street reported that there was a 6-year-old boy playing at the park by himself. Police made contact with a responsible adult and determined everything was OK.

A caller on Cascade Street asked police for help with a neighbor’s dog. The caller said a German Shepherd has gotten out of its yard several times, and has pooped in the caller’s yard. The caller complained that their neighbor was doing nothing about the issue.

At 1:28 p.m., police were called about two juvenile subjects jumping around on roofs on the south side of the 100 block of Main Street. Officers were told the pair were last seen heading down the alley on bikes. Officers were unable to locate the two.

A caller in an alley off South Ninth Street reported finding some needles in the weeds.

A business on the 700 block of Main Street reported that a subject stole a bottle of alcohol by putting it in a backpack. No arrests or citations were issued in connection to the arrest, however police do have potential suspect information.

 

Riverton Police Department

Arrests/Citations:

Derrald Antelope 51, Ethete, Public Intoxication

Lawrencetta Addison 57, Lander, Public Intoxication

Juanita Brokenleg 38, Ethete, Municipal Warrants

Byron Lincoln 48, Riverton, Public Intoxication

The below listed individuals were issued Misdemeanor Citations and released with their promise to appear in Court at a later date.

33 year-old female from Riverton, Child Endangering. Police were called to the College Hill Apartments where a child, about 4 years-old and wearing only a soiled diaper was found wandering down a street unattended with the temperature around 90 degrees. The child could not communicate and was apparently autistic or had a learning disability. The parent of the child was eventually located and she was drunk, with a BAC level of .164 percent, twice the legal limit.

19  year-old male from Arapahoe, Minor in Possession of Alcohol

16  year-old female from Ethete, Minor in Possession of Alcohol

18  year-old female from St. Stephens, Minor in Possession of Alcohol

15  year-old male from Crowheart, Minor in Possession of Alcohol

 Calls:

A family fight was reported at 2:27 a.m. but the parties did not want to pursue charges, just to have the action documented.

Employees arriving for work at 7:23 a.m. Wednesday discovered an outbuilding in the 2400 block of Watt Court had been broken into. No other information was provided.

A vandalism was reported at 860 Day Avenue at 8:08 a.m. A report had not yet been filed.

An outdoor canvas painting on the gymnasium wall of Riverton Middle School was vandalized sometime overnight. At least five eggs were hurled at the mural, one causing a six inch cut in the canvas. No damage estimate was offered, however, school officials indicated they would attempt to repair the damage.

The driver of a 2015 GMC, white in color, was apparently the driver at fault in a property damage two-vehicle collision reported at 11:29 a.m. in the 600 block of South Federal. The second vehicle was a 2006 gray Ford passenger car.

An investigation is continuing into a shoplifting incident at Walmart reported at 11:30 a.m. According to the store’s loss and prevention officer, a female tried to push a loaded cart out of the store, but was stopped by security. The woman fled through the south doors, hopped into a small red four-door passenger car with the rear window broken out. Store officials did capture a photograph of the suspect and officials are trying to identify her now.

A report of a property destruction in the 800 block of Liberty is pending.

The driver of a black Ford pickup that was parked at Central Wyoming College reported that another vehicle apparently struck the truck, causing driver side dents in the front and rear doors. The incident was reported at 12:19 p.m.

There was no information today on a reported threatening that was reported from the 2400 block of Jade Circle at 12:31 p.m.

A third party reported that a dog was inside a truck at South 3rd East and East Main. Officers discovered the truck’s windows were rolled down and the dog was fine.

Two children who lived who lived in the area of the 1300 block of West Main were reported missing. The children were located at the Riverton Branch Library. The two went to the library and did not tell their parents in advance.

A woman who was feeling ill, complaining of headaches and of being light headed resulted in a call to the Riverton Fire Department at 4:03 p.m. to check the residence for carbon monoxide. Residents at the home were evacuated until the check was completed.

The theft of a purse reported in the 300 block of East Main is under investigation.

No information was available on a hit and run crash that was reported at 4:52 p.m. in the 700 block of North Federal.

Officers were called to Walmart at 5:16 p.m. after a complaint was lodged that a large dog was left in a car without adequate ventilation. Officers confirmed the complaint, had the owner of the vehicle paged to report back to their car, and then were advised of the dangers of leaving a dog along in a vehicle during a hot day. No citations were issued.

A client checking in at the Center of Hope alcohol detoxification center was found to be in possession of marijuana. The weed was seized and turned over to the police for disposal.

Police were called at 8:44 p.m. when a trio of boys walking along the 1500 block of Fir Street were apparently challenged by a number of males inside an older red-colored passenger vehicle with a sticker in the back window of a Joker. One of the males inside the car is alleged to have produced a gun and pointed it at the boys.

Police investigating a report of a person wearing all black who had entered an empty apartment in the 300 block of East Madison found instead a ring of keys from a local realty company. The door of the unit apparently would not close. Nothing appeared to be missing. The realty company was contacted about the keys.