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This week in crime ...

The Wyoming State Bar alleges former Teton County Deputy Prosecutor Becket Hinckley violated seven rules during the prosecution of Josh Black’s aggravated assault case.

No one can remember the last time Teton County’s communications center was fully staffed, and staffing levels have dipped so low that if one more dispatcher quits your 911 call could go unanswered. Read about why commissioners aren't ready to move forward with pay raises for dispatchers.

State troopers are beefing up patrols near big yellow buses following a spree of illegal passing of Teton County School District No. 1 school buses since the beginning of this school year.

In the blotter, a BB gun was found on Nov. 26 and turned into police. Officers think it was left on top of a car and fell into the road. You can claim it at the Jackson Police Department if it’s yours.

A collision Sunday in Lincoln County killed Jackson resident John Joseph Koerber. 

Thanks for reading,

Emily

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New evidence recovered in Lynch theft case

The massive theft case against contractor Michael Lynch is slowly working its way through the courts after a hearing this week. Read more

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State Bar files ‘formal charge’ against Hinckley

The Wyoming State Bar alleges former Teton County Deputy Prosecutor Becket Hinckley violated seven rules during the prosecution of Josh Black’s aggravated assault case. Read more

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Sheriff wants dispatcher raises; commissioners OK task force instead

No one can remember the last time Teton County’s communications center was fully staffed, and staffing levels have dipped so low that if one more dispatcher quits your 911 call could go unanswered. Read more

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Stop for school buses or get fined

State troopers are beefing up patrols near big yellow buses following a spree of illegal passing of Teton County School District No. 1 school buses since the beginning of this school year. Read more

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Blotter, Dec. 4

On Nov. 30 at 2:30 a.m. Jackson officers were dispatched to the alley behind Pinky G’s Pizzeria for a man who was lying in the snow. The man was in the travel lane and temperatures were close to freezing. When officers arrived the man sat up but fell backward when asked to provide his identification. The 34-year-old from New Mexico was arrested for public intoxication. He blew a .259% on a breath… Read more

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