The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office reported 183 calls from Oct. 17 through Oct. 23, including at least six vehicle crashes, 16 citizen assists, a fight, two thefts, three juvenile problems, three medical emergencies, nine suspicious incidents, 16 livestock problems, two search-and-rescues, 27 urinalyses and 23 vehicle identification number inspections.
At 2:08 a.m., a person had abdominal pains.
At 6:56 a.m., a dark-colored truck with no taillights was driving north on Highway 191.
At 8:44 a.m., a hotel employee said a man’s credit car was charged for a reservation in his name but he did not make the reservation. It was a case of identity theft.
At 10:56 a.m., a person had convulsions.
At 11:27 a.m., a man asked if he could drive his vehicle to get its registration while the plates were expired.
At 12:24 p.m., three black cows were walking into the Hoback Canyon.
At 12:26 p.m., a school employee reported a juvenile problem.
At 1:27 p.m., traumatic injuries were reported.
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., a dead deer was in the middle of the highway.
At 5:37 a.m., a rancher said he would be moving 239 cattle at the 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 at a business; the owner moved it.parked in a school lot.
At 8:55 a.m., a county worker backed into another vehicle
At 9:10 a.m., a detective asked for a search warrant.
At 10:02 a.m., a person was unconscious.
At 10:39 a.m., a man reported a scam email linked to a local business.
At 1:27 p.m., a rancher complained about neighbors trespassing.
At 2:16 p.m., a man was curious about a single Hereford bull near the Burnt Lake elk feedground.
At 3 p.m., a theft is under investigation.
At 3:43 p.m., six black cows were near Hoback Canyon and two crazy yearlings were running around on the highway.
At 4:47 p.m., a theft is under investigation.
At 6:15 p.m., a medical emergency was reported.
At 7:36 p.m., a man’s Dodge Ram was sideswiped by a Toyota 4Runner with a U-Haul trailer; he was taking himself to the clinic.
At 8:16 p.m., a blue car with one headlight hit a deer.
At 7:14 a.m., a cowboy moving cattle near Farson accidentally called 911.
At 10:30 a.m., one black cow was running down the middle of the highway.
At 12:13 p.m., a calf with a bad leg looked it had been hit.
At 1:04 p.m., an antelope caught in a fence was still alive.
At 1:59 p.m., a man asked about abandoned vehicles.
At 4:49 p.m., a rancher moving about 650 cattle near Bondurant asked for traffic control.
At 6:36 p.m., a teen driver was tearing around Marbleton; the caller asked for more patrols.
At 7:01 p.m., a man said someone refused to return his brother’s ashes.
At 8:52 p.m., a man felt threatened by harassment.
At 8 a.m., a caller wanted to keep someone away from his house.
At 9:06 a.m., a woman asked about trespass orders.
At 9:14 a.m., a driver ran out of gas in the Hoback Canyon and walked to Bondurant but the store was closed. He asked if someone could bring him a gas can.
At 10:16 a.m., a man requested a civil standby.
At 12:06 p.m., a person had convulsions.
At 12:10 p.m., a Dodge Ram and Ford Ranger collided at the Big Piney bus barn.
At 12:21 p.m., a juvenile problem was reported.
At 12:40 p.m., a school employee reported an active juvenile incident.
At 1:51 p.m., a truck and camper were parked in an unloading zone.
At 1:55 p.m., a woman asked a deputy to check on someone’s welfare.
At 3:01 p.m., debris was a traffic hazard.
At 3:44 p.m., a woman asked if a juvenile can carry a weapon during hunting season.
At 5:07 p.m., a caller was concerned about a friend she couldn’t reach.
At 5:39 p.m., a man was arrested on a warrant.
At 7:21 p.m., a suspicious van was parked with its lights on; the caller was concerned.
At 7:41 p.m., a man complained about a neighbor’s cattle breaking through his fence.
At 10:16 p.m., a howling cat was stuck on top of a utility pole.
At 10:42 p.m., a fire alarm went off.
At 12:58 a.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol reported a black Dodge truck with no headlights and all over the road.
At 1:29 a.m., a fire alarm went off.
At 7:08 a.m., a rancher was moving about 2,000 cattle across the highway when it got light.
At 8:19 a.m., a school employee reported a juvenile problem.
At 8:32 a.m., a burglar alarm went off.
At 9:22 a.m., a burglar alarm went off.
At 9:58 a.m., a cat was on a power line.
At 10:22 a.m., a man reported theft and vandalism.
At 10:34 a.m., about 20 cows went through a man’s property and destroyed the fences.
At 1:01 p.m., a man reported fraudulent expenses on his credit card.
At 1:28 p.m., three black cows were on the highway near Hoback Canyon.
At 2:26 p.m., a bank security officer was concerned about an employee’s apparent distress with printer issues. Everything was okay.
At 4:01 p.m., a brand inspector said a livestock hauler broke down and asked for traffic control while they moved the cattle off the truck.
At 4:57 p.m., a brown hound without a collar was running around.
At 5:40 p.m., a half-dozen men were shooting high-powered rifles in a chain-up area.
At 5:52 p.m., an SOS alert came in after a man tried to shoot at an attacking grizzly and injured his lower 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., a man’s phone accidentally dialed 911 and froze up.
At 9:49 p.m., a medical emergency was reported.
At 7:09 a.m., someone opening the library for the ski swap accidentally set off the entry alarm.
At 7:54 a.m., suspicious vehicles might have stopped to shoot a moose. A deputy went to the scene.
At 8:25 a.m., a deputy took a motorist to a car parts store.
At 8:56 a.m., a caller asked about the legalities of selling tobacco.
At 12:51 p.m., a broken natural gas line was spraying into the air.
At 2:19 p.m., someone was loading a truck onto a trailer. It was a misunderstanding.
At 3:02 p.m., a red-orange Jeep kept crossing traffic lines.
At 3:23 p.m., a couple was out hunting and got an elk; their fellow hunters were several hours late meeting them. The parties were reunited.
At 5:53 p.m., a caller had information about a threatening situation.
At 6:09 p.m., a “city girl” was worried a black cow grazing on their property all day might climb onto the old porch and fall through.
At 9:28 p.m., a driver later arrested for DUI rear-ended another vehicle.
At 11:41 p.m., two belligerent men in orange hats started a fist fight in front of the Corral Bar. They were separated.
At 11:51 p.m., three people were trying to leave and an intoxicated driver wanted to drive.
At 10:05 a.m., a man was arrested on a warrant.
At 10:25 a.m., a cow moose was tangled up.
At 2:48 p.m., a medical emergency was reported.
At 6:32 p.m., a caller reported a domestic dispute.
At 7:08 p.m., a three-quarter-ton Dodge took out a moose calf.
At 7:09 p.m., a caller’s dogs were acting strangely; a deputy found an antelope outside the house.
At 9:11 p.m., an off-duty deputy reported bad driving of a white Chevy truck. The driver was not intoxicated, just extremely cautious.
At 9:25 p.m., a vehicle giving another a battery jump was blocking a lane.
At 11:51 p.m., a Piper single-engine plane had not confirmed landing at the Pinedale Airport and the caller asked if a deputy could check. The plane had landed safely.