Friday, March 29th
A deputy was asked by a Scranton resident to help with feral cats running at large within the city limits.
A deputy was asked to pick up a cat in a live trap at 903 8 th Street in Scranton. The cat was taken to the animal shelter in Jefferson.
Larry Winebrenner of Grand Junction asked a deputy to investigate a window that had been broken out of his business at 108 Main Street. The deputy photographed visible footprints and initiated an investigation.
A deputy was advised by a Grand Junction resident that several thousand dollars were deposited in her checking account. Upon further investigation it was found to be her Federal Income Tax refund that was an electronic deposit.
A deputy was advised of careless driving in Churdan.
The Boone Police Department advised a Greene County deputy of possible child abuse case in Rippey. An investigation was initiated at this time.
A deputy was asked to check for motorcycles being ridden within the city limits of Scranton. The deputy Spoke with Scranton City clerk and obtained a copy of the city code pertaining to ATV’s and motorcycles being ridden within the city limits. A copy of this code section was given to the owner of the property upon which the motorcycles are being operated.
A deputy was again asked to pick up a cat in a live trap at 903 8 th Street in Scranton. The cat was taken to the animal shelter in Jefferson.
A deputy was advised of a vehicle that may have been involved in illegal dumping of trash. The truck and driver were located and it was determined that the dumping occurred on private property and permission was given by the landowner.
A deputy was advised of a possible violation of a no contact order in Greene County.
A deputy was asked to remove a deer that was struck and lying on the roadway near Danger Hill west of Jefferson. The deputy was unable to locate the deer upon his arrival.
A deputy was advised of a possible traffic hazard on 4 th Street between Cartwright and Howard Street in Rippey.
The Greene County Law Enforcement Center received an E-911 call regarding a one vehicle accident that had just occurred on N Avenue between 140th and 150th Street. A 2005 Dodge Caravan SE that was being driven by Kirsten Ann St Clair of 2056 Neola Avenue, Jefferson was south bound on N Avenue when a deer ran onto the roadway. Kirsten swerved to avoid the deer and ran off the highway and into the west ditch. Other passengers in the St Clair vehicle were Caleb Christopher Byerly of Churdan, Jessica Amber Montoya of Jefferson, Dalton Allen Exline of Jefferson and Chey Anne Nunez also of Jefferson. Kirsten St Clair and all of the other passengers were treated at the scene and transported to the Greene County Medical Center by the Greene County Emergency Medical Services for treatment of their injuries and later released. The St Clair vehicle sustained an estimated $10,000 in damages and Kristen St. Clair was issued a citation for failure to maintain control of a motor vehicle.
Saturday, March 30th
A deputy was asked to check the area around the baseball field in Scranton for several youth shooting a BB gun within the city limits. The youth were advised by the deputy that it was illegal to be shooting the gun within the city and the youth agreed to stop.
A deputy was advised of cattle being out in the area of 110 th Street and W Avenue.
A deputy was advised of several youth playing around a propane tank at the Juhl Feed Store in Dana. The deputy spoke with several individuals that were concerned about the youth involved.
A deputy was asked to speak with a resident in Grand Junction about his receiving harassing text messages.
A deputy was advised of a transient person that was at the Greene and Carroll County line. The individual was not located upon the deputy’s arrival.
Sunday, March 31st
Jillian Rose Parker of Lohrville called the Greene County Law Enforcement Center to advise that she had struck a deer on 130th Street near C Avenue. Damage to the 2004 Chrysler 300M was estimated at $3000. Jillian Parker was not injured and the deer was not found.
A deputy was asked to help a female retrieve some of her personal property from a residence in Rippey. The deputy spoke with the owner of the residence and he did allow the female to remove some of her personal possessions while the deputy was present.
A deputy was advised of a possible domestic abuse assault in Scranton. Upon the deputy’s arrival one of the individuals in question was loading his personal property into his vehicle and stated that he would not be returning to the residence. The female was not hurt or touched in any way and did not wish to pursue this any further.
A deputy was asked to help a resident in Dana who is receiving harassing phone calls from a female. The deputy was unable to make contact the female at that time.
A deputy was asked by a Grand Junction resident to help with the retrieval of some medication that belonged to her daughter. The young female had just returned from a weekend with her father and he did not believe that she needed the medication. After talking with the deputy the father of the young female did meet the deputy at the Greene and Boone County line to relinquish the medication.
In all cases when a defendant has been charged, this is merely an accusation, and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.