The Riverton Police received 49 calls for assistance on Tuesday. From the call log… Riverton Police had numerous calls regarding domestic and wild animals on Monday. The calls including a raccoon caught in a trap, baby skunks in a shed, an injured pigeon, a bat inside a bank building, plus several dogs at large and a cat and kittens in an apartment that didn’t allow pets.
From the It’s not always what it seems department, a resident reported a group of Native American people passing a bottle around near the restrooms in city park. It was a bottle of water.
A resident called in to report finding a narcan syringe in the canal near North 5th East. It was an epi pen.
A delivery truck hit a 2011 GMC Sierra pickup in the 1300 block of South Federal Boulevard.
A report is pending on a citizen complaint that a “young looking” person was playing basketball with a firearm strapped to his side in the 1100 block of North Broadway.
A person reported to be missing from Riverton was located in Worland. The person was not missing they knew where they were.
A resident in the College Hill Apartments called police at 3:28 a.m. this Tuesday morning to complain that their neighbor keeps bothering them and they wanted an officer to talk to the neighbor. A report is pending.
At 4 a.m. this Tuesday morning, a fight between two people was reported in the Gardens North Subdivision on Elder Lane north of Riverton. A report is pending.
Arrested 54-year-old male from Riverton, Eldon Antelope for Public Intoxication
Arrested 57-year-old male from Ethete, Eugene Ridgley for Public Intoxication
Arrested 32-year-old male from New Mexico for Larceny after he allegedly stole $90 from a person giving him a ride.
Arrested 34-year-old male from Arapaho, Leonard Brown for Public Intoxication
Arrested 34-year-old female from Riverton, Delain Sunrhodes for Public Intoxication
Arrested 33-year-old female from Riverton, Susie Yawakia for Driving While Under the Influence and Possession of a Controlled Substance
All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.