Rash of thefts reported; Man stranded in snow on Horse Creek rescued; Arrests

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center received 138 calls for service in the past 72 hours ending at 7 a.m. Monday morning. Ambulances were dispatched 39 times and there were three calls for a county fire department. Thirteen persons were booked into the detention center, which as of Monday morning had 187 inmates, two of which are being housed outside of the county.

All persons arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law

From the call log:

The theft of medications was reported from a location on Wagon Hammer Lane in Lander.

A resident on Paradise Valley Road outside of Riverton reported some dogs got into her property and killed all of her chickens.

A Dubois resident reported dogs were chasing deer through his property on Rhodes Street.

A hit and run crash occurred in a mobile home park on East Monroe in Riverton.

A Break in is being investigated at a residence on Green Street in Riverton.

A person on East Monroe called to report that other people were selling his belongings.

At Garden’s North near Riverton, a woman reported that someone drove up to her residence and smashed the windows in her vehicle and then sped away.

A theft from a storage union just off of Mortimore Lane in Lander was reported.

A man driving near the switchbacks on Horse Creek Road out of Dubois got stuck in the snow and was walking the 15 miles back into town when he was able to use his cell phone to ask for a ride home. The ride was provided.

Three grass fires were reports, two in the Dubois area and one outside of Riverton.