Police Blotter

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 (cavalier King Charles spaniel + poodle hybrid) was gone. The dog was later spotted in Teton Village, and a witness saw a white Jeep Cherokee speeding away. Detectives are reviewing video from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort security to see if they can find a description of the person or a license plate. There are a variety of things the suspect could be charged with, including felony theft. Peyton was OK and reunited with his owner.

A man who thought he was overdosing on the street drug Molly called 911 on Sunday night and ended up being cited for possession and DUI, according to the Teton County Sheriff’s Office. Turns out the 20-year-old said he also had some cocaine. The Jackson man was taken to St. John’s Health and cited.

A 33-year-old South Carolina man was arrested for DUI just after midnight on Friday, Teton County sheriff’s Sgt. Clay Platt said. He was pulled over for swerving on West Broadway. He admitted to having one drink at The Rose, reports stated, but did poorly on field sobriety testing.

Read the full police blotter every week in the Jackson Hole News&Guide or online at JHNewsAndGuide.com.

Contact Emily Mieure at 732-7066 or courts@jhnewsandguide.com.

Emily Mieure covers criminal justice and emergency news. She also leads the News&Guide’s investigative efforts. She has reported for WDRB TV in Louisville, Ky., WFIE TV in Evansville, Ind., and WEIU TV in Charleston, Ill.

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