There were 262 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between January 31 and February 6. Deputies performed 62 traffic stops and 60 security checks of local businesses. There were zero DUIs, two slide-offs, three accidents, and five ambulances dispatched to Grand Targhee Resort.
1/31 — There was a two-vehicle head-on collision outside of Victor. One driver was transported to the hospital, and was also cited for driving on the wrong side of the road and for not having liability insurance.
1/31 — A Victor caller complained of very loud music coming from a neighboring apartment. Deputies were on the scene at other calls and could not respond. Dispatch asked the caller to notify the sheriff’s office if the issue continued.
1/31 — Officers investigated an alleged sexual relationship between juveniles.
2/1 — A caller reported that she smelled a possible gas leak at her house. Units were dispatched but then canceled because the propane company had arrived and determined there wasn’t a leak.
2/1 — The manager of Broulim’s said there was a person at the store who was having trouble getting in contact with the Family Safety Network. A deputy assisted the person in getting to the organization’s office.
2/2 — A woman was arrested on a Teton County warrant for felony injury to child and child endangerment. She was transported to Madison County Jail.
2/2 — An individual was observed standing near Depot Street in Victor at 11 p.m. The person was just waiting for a ride home.
2/3 — There was a report of animal cruelty when a juvenile female struck a dog in the head so hard it became partially blind. The girl was issued a juvenile petition for animal abuse.
2/3 — There was a smell of propane at the Driggs City Center. Units determined an empty propane tank was giving off the smell.
2/3 — Debris was removed from a road in Victor.
2/4 — A deputy made contact with an individual whom he suspected was driving on a suspended license. The driver provided his permit.
2/4 — A Victor hotel manager reported that someone had been illegally using the business’s dumpster and said he would install a surveillance camera.
2/4 — A caller reported seeing a car upside down in a field outside of Tetonia. Deputies and EMTs arrived. One occupant was taken to the hospital, the car was towed, and the driver was cited for underage consumption. The property owner and the car owner agreed to work out payment for damage to the fence.
2/5 — There was a report of an injured deer northwest of Tetonia. A deputy located and dispatched the deer.
2/5 — A subject in court was taken into custody by order of the judge and transported to Madison County Jail.
2/5 — A Victor caller reported damage to a PO box. It appeared to have been pried open or the lock had been manipulated. A deputy inspected the box and determined a screw had fallen loose from the locking mechanism.
2/5 — A student reported that her ex-boyfriend wouldn’t leave her alone. A deputy took the report and is investigating the possible stalking.
2/6 — There was a report from the Idaho Department of Heath & Welfare about a pregnant juvenile female living with an adult male. She was placed in protective custody and the statutory rape charges are being processed.
2/6 — A man turned himself in on a Teton County warrant for violating the conditions of his release after original charges of felony possession and DUI.
2/6 — There was a report of a battery that had occurred at a work site. The victim and suspect were interviewed. The suspect admitted to fighting and was cited for misdemeanor battery.
2/6 — There was a skid steer vs. parked vehicle collision in Driggs. The driver agreed to contact the owner and work out the damage civilly.
2/6 — There was a report from H&W about an 11-year-old female that had become intoxicated and was sexually assaulted. Deputies made contact with the girl’s parents and are investigating the whereabouts of the person being accused.