RPD investigating theft of phone, credit cards: unauthorized charges made

The Riverton Police were contacted 39 times on Thursday.

From the call log:

Police responded to the Walmart parking lot where a 2016 White Acadia collided with a light pole.

Police were called to the Fremont County Office Center where a customer was reportedly berating a clerk at the Treasurer’s window. A police report said the issue was resolved.

A woman who called police reporting that she had a puncture wound from a fight on the 700 block of North Federal, but officers discovered the woman only had superficial scrapes and the victim was uncooperative.

License plates were stolen off of a vehicle. Police said the number is 10-12443.

A two-vehicle crash was reported at East Sunset and North Federal at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. The crash blocked three lanes of traffic at the busy intersection. The parties involved declined medical attention.

A three-year-old child was found wandering alone in the 400 block of West Adams. He was taken to a nearby office. His mother came 45 minutes later to pick him up.

A resident on Eagle Drive called police to report someone broke out the windshield of his vehicle. He also said he had video of the vandalism. A report is pending.

A cell phone was reported stolen. There was a credit card compartment in the phone case. The cards were cancelled but not before someone charged $47 at McDonalds. A report is pending.

Arrests and Citations:

18-year-old female from Ethete issued citation for Minor in Possession of Alcohol

A 27-year-old female from Riverton, Kimberly Duran arrested for shoplifting a can of Red Bull and some pepperoni at Smiths

Arrested 41-year-old male from Riverton, Brian Shoup for Fremont County Warrant

Arrested 36-year-old male from Arapahoe, James Blackburn for Natrona County Warrant

Arrested 31-year-old female from Riverton, Lydia Hare for Domestic Battery

Arrested 27-year-old female from Riverton, Marie Donathan for Driving While Under the Influence

All persons cited or arrested are presumed to be innocent until convicted in a court of law.