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A bartender at Hole Bowl was cited for simple assault by the Jackson Police Department over the weekend for throwing pool cue chalk at a customer who refused to wear her mask. The bartender said he had asked the woman “25 times” to wear her mask when she wasn’t eating or drinking, but she ig…

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Six people were criminally trespassed from Astoria Hot Springs after a manager saw hot pool poachers on a surveillance camera. The Teton County Sheriff’s Office responded just after 9 p.m. Thursday and found two men and four women soaking in a pool. “They admitted to climbing over the fence,…

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Town and county police worked 18 collisions and assisted 20 motorists over the weekend who either slid off the road and got stuck or were in fender benders in snowy and icy conditions. Some were on Teton Pass and Highway 390, and others were throughout the town of Jackson. “Conditions have b…

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A one-eyed shih tzu who had run away from home on Christmas Day was observed “wandering down the road” and apprehended by an off-duty Teton County jailer. The dog wasn’t talking but had official ID on him that revealed he was “Mr. Pickles.” The dog, owned by someone vacationing in Mexico, ha…

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Using his skis like a baseball bat, a man shattered the back window of a START bus last week when it started to take off without him, police said. Detectives are still working the case but said it happened just after 4 p.m. Dec. 16 at the Miller Park bus stop. They think the man had taken a …

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A rolled-up bill stuffed with suspected cocaine was found on a baggage ramp at Jackson Hole Airport. The 10 grams likely fell out of a passenger’s bag, police said. It was taken for destruction.

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A guy has been calling a local clothing store from a private phone number and acting creepy, police said. Clerks think the man masturbates while asking them questions over the phone. The calls started over the summer and the store got another one this week.

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Officers were called to several disturbances related to masks last week. On Friday town officers were called to High Country Outfitters because employees there had asked a man to put on a mask, and he became belligerent, so they asked him to leave and he wouldn’t. He took off when he realize…

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On Nov. 17 just before 1 a.m. police stopped a car after they got a complaint from someone saying a drunk couple was being belligerent inside their business before driving away. Officers saw the car swerving before it stopped abruptly in the middle of the five-way intersection. The 41-year-o…

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Someone stole a dog out of an unlocked car that was parked in front of the Healthy Being Cafe & Juicery on East Broadway, police said. Jackson police Sgt. Russ Ruschill said the dog’s owner left the dog in the car for a few minutes and when she came back Peyton, a young cavoodle (cavalie…

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A Texas man was cited Nov. 2 for possession of less than 3 ounces of marijuana. The Teton County Sheriff’s Office stopped the 54-year-old around 6:45 p.m. at the roundabout on North Highway 89 for having only one working headlight. While speaking with the driver the deputy noticed a glass ma…

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On Monday a woman went to the Jackson Police Department and requested a stolen item be mentioned in this police blotter. The stolen item? A deer mount with a red Rudolph nose. The woman said it was stolen off her East Simpson front porch. “If the thieves knew that I am missing it they might …

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Some teens ripped down a flag supporting President Trump around 6:15 p.m. Oct. 19 that was on the back of a pickup truck near Jackson Hole High School. Witnesses called police. They’re looking into it as a destruction of property crime.

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A concerned driver called 911 Sunday night on a suspected drunk driver who was going the wrong way around the Hoback Junction roundabout. The truck was also driving without headlights, according to Jackson Police Sgt. Russ Ruschill. Police eventually found the truck at Smiths where the drive…

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A California man got drunk on Oct. 6 and became lost on the way back to his hotel room. Someone saw him stumbling down East Hansen Avenue and called police. When officers responded, the man had a bloody lip from falling down. The 49-year-old was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.

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A mail carrier intercepted a package with 22 grams of marijuana in it. It was addressed to a Wilson man from his mother. The Wilson man denied that his mother mails him drugs. The marijuana was taken for destruction, Jackson police Sgt. Russ Ruschill said.

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More vegetables mysteriously appeared on car windshields on East Kelly Avenue over the weekend. We told you last week about random vegetables — carrots, broccoli and cucumbers — that someone has been placing on cars in a residential area in East Jackson. More vegetables appeared on car hoods…

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People who live on East Kelly Avenue and park on the street woke up Monday morning to various vegetables on their windshields. Yes, you read that right. East Jackson residents report having carrots, broccoli and cucumbers under their car’s windshield wipers and they have no idea where they c…

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A report of a man “screaming and acting erratically” brought two Jackson officers to an East Jackson house where they found the fellow “acting in a strange and exaggerated manner,” Sgt. Ruschill said. At one point the man “rolled around in a ball” on the ground. Police found some drug paraph…

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In the “get away first” category is the man from Idaho who was seen by several witnesses near the Wilson Boat Ramp hitting a parked vehicle while driving his mini-van and hauling a trailer. Jackson officers — who responded because deputies were busy — were told that the man stopped, examined…

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After a long stretch with surprisingly few DUIs in town, members of the motoring public turned things around in the past week.

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Police are investigating after a man reportedly passed some counterfeit $100 bills at Smith’s Food and Drug. The store’s accountant found the fake bills Aug. 20, the day after the suspect used them in the store, at Starbucks inside the store and at the gas station in front of the store. Jack…

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Police are looking into some mysterious gas cans that someone lit on fire Saturday around 1:30 a.m. They’re investigating the incidents as arson but aren’t sure yet if the two calls are related to each other. One of gas cans was burning at the intersection of Redmond and Simpson. The other w…

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A man was cited Friday evening after police said he was upset about dueling lines in the McDonald’s drive-thru and punched someone through his open car window. The 49-year-old Teton Village man was reportedly tired of waiting, got out of his car, yelled at a fellow customer and then punched him.

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Officers are looking for a woman who reportedly ripped off another woman’s mask and punched her in the face. The assault was reported Saturday evening, police said. “We are working to identify the suspect and will be issuing a citation if we are able to do so,” Jackson Police Lt. Roger Schul…

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On July 22 at 10:18 a.m. police responded to a burglary. Four fly rods worth nearly $6,000 were stolen from a car, police said. If you know anything about this incident, you’re asked to call the Jackson Police Department.

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On July 15 around 1:30 p.m. police responded to a stalking allegation. The victim told police a man was following her, leaving her notes, getting in touch with her family and parking by her house. Police identified the man and told him to knock it off.