Busted on the job: A man who was here from Colorado to deliver kitchen appliances was caught with marijuana and arrested.
Winter woes: Someone who left their camper parked in Jackson for four months came back and noticed the wires for the taillight hookups had been torn out. Police estimated $250 in damage.
High Kitty: A woman who was pulled over for speeding had marijuana in a Hello Kitty jar. The 34-year-old was cited for possession.
Angry drunk: An intoxicated woman checked into a hotel, but the cops were called on her because she was drunk and had a child with her. When another woman suggested she go to her room and not walk toward the highway, the drunk woman slapped her across the face. When police arrived, the woman was sitting on a curb swaying back and forth. The 37-year-old Pocatello, Idaho, woman was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.
Little red Jaguar: A woman was stopped for speeding after she passed a cop on Broadway on Thursday morning. She failed field sobriety tests. The 29-year-old was driving a red Jaguar and when asked if she had been drinking the night before, she answered, “At night we drink champagne and wine.” She was arrested and charged with DUI.
Whiskey drunk: A man was pulled over for speeding at 2 a.m. Friday. He said he had been at The Rose and had a few whiskeys and a couple of beers with dinner. The 31-year-old from Texas was arrested on a DUI charge.
Hit and run: A man heard a loud crash at 5:30 a.m. Saturday and assumed it was a garbage truck. But when he went to his truck at 7 there was significant damage to the front end. A suspect admitted to hitting the car but said she left the scene because she had a child with her. The truck sustained an estimated $3,000 in damage.
Inside job: Police linked a former Amangani employee to thefts at the resort. A key drawer was damaged and several Bose speakers, a drill, various keys and a camera were stolen. Police found most of the items in the man’s car. The 30-year-old was charged with burglary, destruction of property and felony theft.