The Lander Police Department received 41 calls over the past 48 hours ending Friday at 7 a.m. Four individuals were cited for various violations and three arrests were made.
From the call log:
The LPD Code enforcement officers were out and warned three local residents about violations on their property including violations was for grass that had not been cut, and weeds growing out of control.
A fight between two women on North 4th was broken up by officers. The parties were separated, no citations issued.
Two abandoned vehicles parked along Poor Farm Road were towed.
A tan Chevy Tahoe failed to yield to a youth in a crosswalk, police were unable to immediately locate the vehicle, but a witness did provide a license plate number.
A house burglary on Washakie Street is under investigation.
Another threatening call came in to the LPD, this time from the Wyoming Catholic College about someone who left threatening messages on the college’s coffee shop Facebook page.
Fraudulent charges on a credit card were reported by one city resident and a report was taken.
A theft of property from a residence on Grand View Drive was reported. A report was made.
Lander Valley High School reported the theft of a Chromebook laptop computer.
Neighbors complaining about each other on North 6th Street were to stay away from each other.
A vehicle on Main Street was reported to be vandalized. The incident is under investigation.
Arrests and citations:
Gary Gretty, 58, Lander, cited for No Valid Registration, No Proof of Insurance
George Alksnitis, 73, Lander, cited for Failure to Maintain Lane of Travel
Herman Addison, 36, Lander, cited for Dog at Large x2
Ann Swift, 39, Lander, cited for Improper Backing
Reed Mader, 23, Lander, arrested for Interference
Melvin John, 38, Riverton, arrested for Public Intoxication and LPD warrant
Wanita Day, 37, Fort Washakie, arrested for Public Intoxication
All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.