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Move it and lose it: On Thursday at 2:12 p.m., police received a report of a theft. A 42-year-old Jackson resident reported $8,000 worth of guns were missing after he had moved his belongings out of his current home to his new home. The items missing were two shotguns and an AR pistol, accor…

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Not now, Mom: On Saturday at 3:23 a.m., police arrested a 32-year-old Colorado man for driving drunk. His 50-year-old mother was a passenger in the car. She herself was quite intoxicated and began to interfere with the arrest, drunkenly yelling at officers and repeating, “He’s not resisting,…

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APB on patio furniture: On June 14 at 1:44 p.m., law enforcement was contacted by Albertsons with a report of theft. Albertsons had video footage of a man who had stolen $300 worth of patio furniture. “He paid for one chair but took 10,” an Albertsons’ employee said. A 44-year-old Buffalo Va…

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Partners in crimes: Sunday night, officers made contact several times after midnight with two men, a 37-year-old Wyoming resident and a 40-year old Georgia resident. The officers originally contacted the Wyoming man to assist staff of the Cowboy Bar to remove him from the breezeway, at which…

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Arson deemed negligence: The investigation into what Jackson police believed to be arson last week at a local business at 380 S. Highway 89 is now inactive and has been qualified as negligence. “It looked like the fire was likely set by an unhoused person trying to stay warm,” Detective Phil…

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Arson: On Monday at 2:25 p.m. police received a 911 call that a structural log at a local business was on fire. A man was walking by and saw the interior of the foyer, located at 380 S. Highway 89, was filled with smoke. When officers arrived they saw what looked like a bunch of papers, some…

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Send us a fortune: Annoying bored kids are the likely culprits in two calls to Jackson police on May 15 asking for an emergency medical response to Jackson Trading Company. The first clue for cops was that the calls came in at 4 a.m. and 5:20 a.m. and that it was obvious to dispatchers that …

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Dude, where’s my car?: On May 4 at 1:43 p.m., police responded to a report of a stolen vehicle. The man, who manages a local business, said his 2005 Cadillac was missing as of three weeks ago. He told police he was unsure of the exact date he noticed it was missing and wasn’t sure if it was …

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Starting something: On April 27 at 9:24 p.m., police responded to a call of a fight. The reporting party said a 37-year-old Seattle man was trying to participate in the barbecue he was having with four friends. The group said the man appeared to be high on something. They asked him to leave,…

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Screaming: On April 20 at 5:11 a.m., police responded to a report of a disturbance. The person who called the police knew the woman who was screaming and said the 40-year-old Jackson resident had been outside her house screaming for three hours. Police discovered that the woman had a warrant…

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Carolina whistleblower: At 11:56 p.m. on April 13, police responded to a report of someone digging through a trash can after a witness spotted the action while watching the livestream webcam of the Town Square from the comfort of their home in North Carolina. Officers contacted the man and v…

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Lighter luggage: On Friday police responded to a report of a theft. Two Jackson residents, a husband and wife, took a trip out of the country. When they arrived home March 27 their bag was missing. The airline tracked down the bag, which was valued at $1,300, and delivered it to the resident…

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H&R blocked: At 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, police responded to a call from a local H&R Block. The employees said a female suspect was harassing workers after the business told the woman they wouldn’t do her taxes. The woman refused to leave, then left, then came back. Officers issued the w…

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A couple beers later: Around 12:35 a.m. Friday, police received a tip from the Report Every Drunk Driver call line. The reporting party left her name and phone number and said that she knew someone was about to leave a particular area. She claimed the male was really drunk and he was en rout…

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Donut look in my pants: On March 18 at 9:13 a.m., police received a report of a shoplifting that had occurred at 1:30 a.m. that day at a local convenience store. The employee of the store had discovered the shoplifting by reviewing their surveillance footage, which showed a man who appeared …

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Swatting: On March 9 around 1 p.m., officers responded to a business on Town Square. An anonymous person had reported to police saying he had placed a bomb there. Nothing was located. The FBI has been notified, and this is still under investigation. Jackson police Sgt. Tony Matthews said cal…

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One loaf short of a robbery: On March 4 at 5:07 p.m., a local resident called dispatch from his car to report a robbery in action. The reporting party had just left a business on North Cache Street and as he was leaving, he saw a young man walk in and thought he heard the young man say “put …

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Smelly mail: On Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. officers were dispatched to a local mail facility. Employees suspected a package they received may have contained marijuana due to the smell of the package. An officer employed his dog which gave a positive alert on the package. The package was seized, and t…

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Wrong office: On Feb. 17 a man paid to do paper service, known as a “private process server,” entered an office on South Cache Street and demanded to know where a person was. The occupants of the office refused to give that information to the man, at which point he refused to leave the offic…

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Rebel yell: Officers responded to a call at 12:15 a.m. on Feb. 14 of a male screaming and banging on windows. The man was wearing all dark clothing. No property damage was done, but officers contacted someone who matched the description provided and gave him a courtesy ride to a hotel.

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A fake punch too far: On Feb. 5 at 10:49 p.m. officers responded to a local motel where a 63-year-old male Jackson resident reported that he was kicked out of a local bar, sustaining an injury to his right shoulder and his back. The man told officers that the bouncer “threw him on the ground…

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Zipped up: On Jan. 24 at 1 a.m., officers responded to a call about a man facedown in a local parking lot. Upon their arrival, a 21-year-old male from Rancho Santa Fe, California, appeared to be pulling up his pants after urinating and started to stumble across the parking lot. When asked wh…

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Stop, thief! You forgot something! A 26-year-old woman from Teton Village parked near the Town Square on Jan. 12, ate at Jackson Drug and returned to her pickup to discover she’d been robbed. Missing: three skis. The unknown thief either is very poor at counting, doesn’t understand the conce…

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Wet and sodden: At around 2 a.m. on Saturday, a 26-year-old male Jackson resident was arrested after being thrown out of The Rose. He called 911 in an attempt to be connected to the helpline. When officers located him, they observed signs of intoxication. Officers saw that the man looked as …

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One man, lots of trouble: Guests at Motel 6 called police Dec. 24 around 10 p.m. after a 23-year-old Jackson male, referred to in this blotter as That Same Man, screamed outside of their hotel rooms. Police arrived soon after and located the man, who was not wearing pants — only boxers, Jack…

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Lying under the influence: An officer came across a man lying in the middle of the road at Glenwood and Pearl Dec. 18 around 2:20 a.m. When the officer approached the 36-year-old male Jackson resident, the officer quickly noticed that the man smelled like alcohol, couldn’t maintain his balan…

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Early season slide-off: An officer noticed a gray sedan on the hillside in the snow off Snow King Avenue Dec. 12 around 7 a.m. Upon approaching the car, the officer noticed that nobody was in the vehicle, and that the property the vehicle was on as well as the tree the car was wedged against…

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Do you know why I pulled you over? A deputy was traveling on Highway 89 on Dec. 4 at 3 a.m. when he saw an SUV traveling southbound with a busted taillight. The deputy stopped the car and, upon approaching the vehicle, smelled alcohol, according to Teton County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Clay Pla…

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The worst kind of T-bone: A Jackson Police officer was dispatched to a car crash that resulted in injuries at the intersection of Highway 89 and South Park Loop Road Nov. 26 around 8:30 p.m. According to witness reports, a 30-year-old Jackson male was driving his Jeep Grand Cherokee south on…

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An officer conducting a bar check at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar noticed a 24-year-old Kansas City, Missouri, resident whom a cab driver and bar security reported was belligerent. As the officer checked the scene, the 24-year-old walked up to him and said, “And then we have this c---sucker…

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Dispatch received a call from Hole Bowl at 11:15 p.m. Nov. 12 with a report from a staff member who said an East Jackson man was falling down in the parking lot and not cooperating with staff. The employee reported that the 27-year-old was shirtless and attempting to walk toward West Broadwa…

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Jackson Police Department officers responded to a town address around 6 p.m. Nov. 5 after receiving a call about a stolen vehicle. A couple had recently bought their son a light blue Jeep Grand Cherokee, which he parked near their house around 1 p.m. that day, Lt. Russ Ruschill said. When th…

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The Teton County Sheriff’s Office received a call after a person heard a gunshot and saw a bird fall out of the sky on West Bluebell Trail. The investigation into the case is ongoing, according to Sgt. Clay Platt.

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Jackson police responded to a bar Oct. 16 around 9:30 p.m. shortly after bouncers ejected two people from the establishment. On the call, one of the bouncers told law enforcement that a firearm was discharged from a vehicle that the bouncer saw the couple entering, according to Jackson polic…

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A Teton County sheriff’s deputy passed a vehicle stopped on Spring Gulch Road along Cattleman’s Bridge at a recycling bin area at 11 p.m. Oct. 4. The deputy approached the vehicle because overnight parking and camping are banned at the location, Sgt. Clay Platt said. The 22-year-old male dri…

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An unattended vehicle with significant damage on Saddle Butte Drive drew Teton County Sheriff’s Office deputies to the scene at about 8:30 p.m. Sept. 20. Eventually they saw a 26-year-old Jackson woman walking up the butte with fuel, according to sheriff’s Sgt. Clay Platt, who said the vehic…

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Police received a phone call Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. regarding a man lying face down on the pavement outside of a Chinese restaurant. The person who called police said the man had a bloodied face and was unable to stand, according to Jackson Police Lt. Russ Ruschill. Police then responded to the …

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A Teton County Sheriff’s deputy stopped a car on Fall Creek Road after detecting it going 51 miles per hour in a 35 zone at 2 p.m. Sept. 2. When the deputy approached the driver, he smelled marijuana but the driver denied having or smoking any marijuana, Sheriff’s Sgt. Clay Platt said. The d…

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A person called dispatch to warn them about three people walking along the sidewalk supposedly being loud, obnoxious and starting fights with strangers around 1 a.m. Aug. 28. When police responded to the call, two of the three men immediately cooperated and told police they wanted to take th…

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A person called dispatch saying they were being followed around Aug. 20 at 8:30 a.m. A deputy scanned through the registration of the person following the vehicle, and called the driver of that vehicle. The driver said he wanted to meet with the deputy, and stated he was following the vehicl…

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Two men with California addresses were charged with theft and conspiracy to commit theft after allegedly stealing at least two bicycles from in front of the Wort Hotel, throwing them in their minivan and punching a subject in the face, per court records. An officer encountered the men a coup…

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An officer was foot patrolling around The Rose just before midnight Aug. 6 when he heard a car alarm going off. Taking heed, the officer approached the car and noticed a highly intoxicated male in the driver’s seat, Jackson police Lt. Russ Ruschill said. The officer told the man not to drive…

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A reporting party called police and said his uncle had been jumped at the Teton County Fair just after midnight Monday, Jackson police Lt. Russ Ruschill said. The uncle didn’t know the four males who jumped him. Police recommended they call back if they found out anything, but the uncle chos…

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A Teton County Sheriff’s Office deputy stopped a 41-year-old female non-resident at 11 a.m. July 20 for going 67 mph in a 55 zone on Highway 89. During the stop the deputy observed the passenger attempting to hide what looked like a vape pen in her bra. The deputy asked the passenger if the …

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Police discovered at least two people in a group of six engaged in a fistfight by the trailer park on Gregory Lane after midnight July 18. The police took off after one man who, according to the police report, had been punching another man continuously with both fists. Officers chased the ac…

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A blue Jeep took a swim at Emily’s Pond Friday. According to the Teton County Sheriff’s Office, a woman had her car on the decline by the pond and failed to get it fully into park. The SUV rolled into the pond.

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Officers observed a Teton County Parks and Recreation vehicle July 3 around 3 a.m. that “shouldn’t have been out and about,” Jackson police Lt. Russ Ruschill said. It also shouldn’t have been driving west on Snow King Avenue going 45 in a 25. Officers pulled over the driver, observed signs o…