County 10 Law Enforcement Log: Riverton Police Department – April 5, 2024

    All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.

    Below are the most recent arrests and call blotters from publicly available reports provided directly by the Riverton Police Department. Click here for more details about the law enforcement logs.

    RPD Arrests:

    • Hill, Russell, 30, Riverton, Disturbing the Peace, Available Narrative: RP advised of a fight in City Park; “Officer on patrol saw Russell Hill, 30 yoa from Riverton, shoving a sixteen year old girl in City Park and arrested him for Disturbing the Peace”
    • Tucker, Kia, 42, Riverton, Probation and Parole, Available Narrative: “Kia Tucker, 42 yoa from Riverton was arrested on a two day hold for Probation & Parole”
    • Shavehead, Tory, 25, Domestic Battery, Available Narrative: RP advised of male and female subjects shoving each other and arguing: “Officers located the two and arrested Tory Shavehead, 25 yoa for Domestic Battery when it was determined he had shoved a 23 yoa household member”
    • Monroe, Virgil, 58, Riverton, Municipal Warrant, Available Narrative: RP advised of people yelling in the alley; “Officers contacted Virgil Monroe, 58 yoa from Riverton and arrested him on an active Riverton Municipal warrant”

    RPD Citations and Other Notable Calls:

    • Drug Use: W Sunset Drive, 11:05 AM, Available Narrative: “A 14 yoa Riverton girl was cited for possession of marijuana in the form of a THC vape pen and released to her mother”
    • PD Accident: E Washington Ave. 11:21 AM, Available Narrative: RP advised a city bus backed into her vehicle; “The bus was backing from a driveway and struck Chevrolet truck where it was parked across the street. Minor damage to the bus and moderate damage to the Chevrolet – No injuries”
    • Trespassing: E Lincoln Ave., 1:54 PM, Available Narrative: RP advised of a subject “layed out” next to a building; “37 yoa male was awakened and issued a No Trespass notice for the involved business and then moved along”
    • Burglary: Rainbow Drive, 4:26 PM, Available Narrative: RP advised the door was open when they got home, where they discovered missing items and a hole in the wall; “$50 worth of food was gone and the apartment had been gone through. A report was taken and the area placed on extra patrol”
    • Indecent Exposure: College Hill Drive, 5:04 PM, Available Narrative: RP advised of a naked man near an office; “George O’Neal, 73 yoa from Riverton was located, clothed and then cited for Indecent Exposure”
    • Suspicious Circumstance: College Hill Drive 5:07 PM, Available Narrative: RP advised someone defecated on her porch; “Report taken”

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