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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…

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A graveyard shift Jackson officer suggested alternate camping locations to a bunch of people who awoke between 3:30 and 4:30 a.m. June 26 to the sound of knocking. The officer roused three Illegally Sleeping Beauties on South Cache and then five more within the luxurious parking garage. Lt. …

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After a letter from a dismayed tourist reported the South Millward parking garage was “in very bad shape, with urine and feces everywhere, trash cans overflowing,” Jackson police decided to step up patrols in the palace of vehicles. An officer in there about midnight June 18 called in that s…

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Just days after the Wyoming Department of Transportation raised the speed limit from 45 mph to 50 mph on sections of Highway 22, a Georgia man decided he wanted more. The 21-year-old was stopped about 1:20 a.m. June 12 for doing 61 in one of those zones. “He did not do well” on the usual roa…

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A man restriping Snow King Avenue about 1:55 a.m. June 5 — when traffic was light and heat not so hot — looked over and saw an inert figure next to the road and “didn’t know if he was drunk or hit by a car,” said Jackson police Lt. Russ Ruschill. The worker called police, who found the 22-ye…

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On Monday, a Jackson woman driving a Jeep Cherokee struck a parked Chevy truck in the Hidden Hollow parking lot, pushing it into two additional vehicles. The damage on each vehicle was over $1,000, according to Jackson Police Sgt. Russ Ruschill. After the collision, the woman parked on the l…

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An Albertsons employee found a loaded pistol on a sink in the men’s restroom last week, Jackson Police Lt. Russ Ruschill said. The store reported it to police. The man called several hours later, realizing he’d lost his firearm. Officers confirmed the gun wasn’t stolen before giving it back to him.

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Someone called Domino’s Pizza to report that their pizza never arrived just before midnight Thursday. Jackson Police Sgt. Tony Matthews said that’s because a 19-year-old intercepted the Domino’s delivery driver, took the pizza and ran off with it. Officers found the teen in his car in the Al…

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A Jackson man drove his mother’s car into a parked Jeep on Pearl Avenue. The Monday evening collision caused the Jeep to rear-end another parked car on the street, according to Jackson Police Sgt. Russ Ruschill. The 21-year-old initially denied being behind the wheel, saying there was a fema…

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More than a dozen people called 911 in response to the controlled burns on the National Elk Refuge in the past week. While the smoke was visible for miles, the fires were intentionally set and monitored by National Park Service firefighters to reduce available fuels ahead of the dry summer season.

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Someone called police around 9 p.m. Thursday because a drunk man followed them home and wouldn’t leave. Officers told the man to leave, and he did. But he returned about five minutes later because he forgot his cellphone there, according to Jackson police Sgt. Tony Matthews. They helped the …

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Last weekend a tourist left a handgun by the Taggart Lake trail in Grand Teton National Park. The man had a concealed carry permit from Utah but was cited for disorderly conduct and creating a hazardous condition. Just after noon Saturday someone found the gun and took it to park volunteers …

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Over the weekend a tourist left a handgun by the Taggart Lake trail in Grand Teton National Park. The man had a concealed carry permit from Utah but was cited for disorderly conduct and creating a hazardous condition. Just after noon Saturday someone found the gun and took it to park volunte…

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Grand Teton National Park rangers got complaints Saturday afternoon about a group of cyclists and roller skaters “playing loud music and partying” and possibly littering on the park road. According to spokeswoman Denise Germann, rangers spoke to the roller disco party crowd and gave people v…

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Deputies cited a 22-year-old Jackson man for possession of marijuana Saturday after he forgot to use a turn signal turning onto Broadway from the National Elk Refuge. They could smell marijuana coming from the car, Teton County sheriff’s Sgt. Clay Platt said. The driver handed the deputy a j…