The Sublett County Sheriff’s Office reported 183 calls between Oct. 17 and Oct. 23, including at least six accidents, 16 citizen assists, fights, two thefts, three juvenile problems, three medical emergencies, nine suspicious incidents, 16 livestock problems, two search and rescue operations, 27 urine tests and 23 vehicle identification number checks.
At 2:08 a.m., a person developed abdominal pain.
At 6:56 a.m., a dark truck with no tail lights was traveling northbound on Highway 191.
At 8:44 a.m., a hotel employee said the man’s credit card had been charged for a reservation in his name, but he had not made a reservation. It was about the theft of personal data.
At 10:56 a.m., the man began to have convulsions.
At 11:27 a.m., a man asked if he could get in his car to get its registration while the license plates ran out.
At 12:24 p.m., three black cows entered Hobuck Canyon.
At 12:26 a school employee reported a problem with minors.
At 1:27 p.m., an injury report was received.
At 1:43 p.m., a caller reported smoke about 20 miles northwest of McDougal Gap.
At 1:50 p.m., a suspicious person was reported.
At 5:29 a.m., the dead deer was in the middle of the track.
At 5:37 a.m., a rancher said he was moving 239 head of cattle to Daniel Junction and asked for traffic control.
At 7:27 a.m., a Subaru Crosstek hit a deer.
At 8:31 a.m., a red Honda was parked overnight outside the business; the owner moved it. parked on school grounds.
At 8:55 a.m., a county employee backed into another car
At 9:10 a.m., an operative requested a search warrant.
At 10:02 a.m. the person was unconscious.
At 10:39 a.m., a man reported an email scam involving a local company.
At 1:27 p.m., the owner of the ranch complained about the intrusion of neighbors.
At 2:16 p.m., a person was wondering about one Hereford bull near the Burnt Lake Elk Feedlot.
A theft is being investigated at 3:00 p.m.
At 3:43 p.m., six black cows were near Hobuck Canyon and two crazy yearlings were running down the highway.
A theft is being investigated at 4:47 p.m.
At 6:15 p.m., an emergency medical service was reported.
At 7:36 p.m., a man’s Dodge Ram was struck by a Toyota 4Runner with a U-Haul trailer; he took himself to the clinic.
At 20:16, a blue car with one headlight hit a deer.
At 7:14 a.m., a cowboy transporting cattle near Farson accidentally called 911.
At 10:30 in the morning, one black cow was running in the middle of the track.
At 12:13 a calf with a sore leg looked like it had been hit.
At 13:04, the antelope that got into the fence was still alive.
At 1:59 p.m., a man asked about an abandoned vehicle.
At 4:49 p.m., a rancher transporting about 650 cattle near Bondurant requested traffic control.
A teenage driver was speeding around Marbleton at 6:36 p.m.; the caller asked for more patrolmen.
At 7:01 p.m., a man reported that someone refused to return his brother’s ashes.
At 8:52 p.m., the man felt the threat of harassment.
At 8 o’clock in the morning, someone wanted to let someone out of the house.
At 9:06 a.m., a woman contacted about a violation order.
At 9:14 a.m., a driver ran out of gas in Hobuck Canyon and went to Bondurant, but the store was closed. He asked if someone could bring him a gas cylinder.
At 10:16 a.m., a man asked for civilian duty.
At 12:06 a.m., the man began to have convulsions.
At 12:10 a.m., a Dodge Ram and a Ford Ranger collided at the Big Piney stop.
A problem with minors was reported at 12:21 p.m.
At 12:40 a school employee reported an active incident with minors.
At 1:51 p.m., the truck and camper were parked in the unloading area.
At 1:55 p.m., a woman asked a deputy to check someone’s well-being.
At 3:01 p.m., the debris was a traffic hazard.
At 3:44 p.m., a woman asked if a minor could carry a gun during hunting season.
At 17:07, the caller was worried about a friend who could not be reached.
At 5:39 p.m., the man was arrested on a warrant.
At 7:21 p.m., a suspicious van was parked with its headlights on; the caller was concerned.
At 7:41 p.m., a man complained that the neighbor’s cattle were breaking through the fence.
At 10:16 p.m., a howling cat got stuck on a pole.
At 22:42, the fire alarm went off.
At 12:58 a.m., the Wyoming State Highway Patrol reported a black Dodge truck with no headlights and all over the road.
At 01:29, the fire alarm went off.
At 7:08 a.m., a rancher was transporting about 2,000 head of cattle across the highway when it dawned.
At 8:19 a.m., a school employee reported a problem with teenagers.
At 8:32, the security alarm went off.
At 9:22, the security alarm went off.
At 9:58 a.m., the cat found itself on a power line.
At 10:22 a man reported theft and vandalism.
At 10:34, about 20 cows passed through the man’s territory and destroyed the fences.
At 1:01 p.m., a man reported fraudulent charges on his credit card.
At 1:28 p.m., three black cows were on the highway near Hobuck Canyon.
At 2:26 p.m., a bank security officer was concerned by an employee’s apparent concern over printer problems. Everything was fine.
At 4:01 p.m., a brand inspector said a cattle truck had broken down and asked for traffic control while they moved the cattle off the truck.
At 16:57, a brown hound without a collar was running.
At 5:40 p.m., half a dozen men fired high-powered rifles in the chain area.
At 5:52 p.m., an SOS message was received that a man tried to shoot a grizzly attacker and injured his leg.
At 7:01 p.m., a Campbell County deputy reported a domestic dispute in Gillette involving a Sublette County resident.
At 8:55 p.m., the man’s phone accidentally dialed 911 and hung up.
At 9:49 p.m., an emergency medical service was reported.
At 7:09 a.m., someone opened the library to exchange skis and accidentally set off the entry alarm.
At 7:54 a.m., suspicious vehicles may have stopped to shoot a moose. A deputy went to the scene.
At 8:25, the deputy took the motorist to the auto parts store.
At 8:56 a.m., a caller asked about the legality of tobacco sales.
At 12:51 a ruptured gas pipeline explodes into the air.
At 14:19 someone was loading a truck onto a trailer. It was a misunderstanding.
At 3:02 p.m., a red and orange Jeep continued to cross the lane.
At 3:23 p.m., the couple went hunting and caught a moose; their fellow hunters were several hours late to meet them. The parties were reunited.
At 17:53, the subscriber received information about a threatening situation.
At 6:09 p.m., the “city girl” was worried that the black cow that had been grazing on their property all day might climb onto the old porch and fall through.
At 9:28 p.m., the driver, who was later arrested for the accident, crashed into another vehicle.
At 11:41 p.m., two belligerent men in orange hats got into a fistfight in front of the Coral bar. They were separated.
At 11:51 p.m., three people tried to drive away, and the drunk driver wanted to get behind the wheel.
At 10:05 a.m., the man was arrested on a warrant.
At 10:25 a cow moose became confused.
At 2:48 p.m., an emergency medical service was reported.
At 18:32, the caller reported a domestic dispute.
At 19:08, “Dodge” took out a moose weighing three quarters of a ton.
At 7:09 p.m., the caller’s dogs were acting strange; the deputy found an antelope near the house.
At 9:11 p.m., a freelance deputy reported a white Chevy truck driving erratically. The driver was not intoxicated, he was just very careful.
At 9:25 p.m., another jump-start vehicle was blocking a lane.
At 11:51 p.m., a single-engine Piper plane failed to confirm landing at Pinedale Airport, and the caller asked if a deputy could check. The plane landed safely.