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    County 10 Law Enforcement Log: Riverton Police Department – May 29, 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:

    • Brown, Velinda, 50, Riverton, Trespassing, Interference, Warrant, Available Narrative: RP advised of an intoxicated subject yelling at customers in the lobby; “50 yoa female who refused to identify herself was asked to leave and did so. A short while later she returned to the business at which time they requested she be issued a No Trespass notice. The individual still refused to identify herself and was then arrested for Trespassing and Interference. She was later identified as Velinda Brown, 50 yoa from Riverton who also had a Riverton Municipal arrest warrant for Failure To Appear”
    • Oldman, Charles, 28, Arapahoe, DWUI, Available Narrative: “Officer on patrol in the 2000 block of Webbwood Road saw a vehicle swerve into a ditch and then back out on the road. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was identified as Charles Oldman, 28 yoa from Arapahoe who displayed obvious signs of alcohol impairment. Mister Oldman failed field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested for DWUI”

    RPD Citations and Other Notable Calls:

    • Property Destruction: E Main Street, 8:41 AM, Available Narrative: RP advised their windshield was busted out; “Sometime during the night of 5/27-28/24 someone kicked out the windshield of a white 2012 Chevrolet Cruz which was parked overnight on the 500 block of East Main Street. Damage was estimated at $300”
    • Warrant Service: N Federal Blvd., 10:58 AM, Available Narrative: “A Municipal warrant was served on Bernadette White, 44 yoa from Riverton in Riverton City court”
    • Theft: E Jackson Ave., 11:58 AM, Available Narrative: RP advised of stolen items; “Sometime during the night of 5/27-28/24 $50 in change and a flashlight valued at $75 were stolen from a red 2007 GMC truck which had been left parked and unlocked in the 500 block of East Jackson”
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