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February 18, 2020
If you didn’t know, Officer Lancaster received a Medal of Bravery award at last night’s council meeting for running into a burning building not too long ago to evacuate everyone inside. The video is still available if you haven’t seen it and it’s a great example of the kind of dedication our officers have to their profession and the citizens and visitors of Jackson.
20021911: On February 18, 2020, at about 2:15 p.m., Officer Osmond responded to the Probation & Parole office to help out one of the state probation officers. Looks like one of their people got themselves sideways with the rules and had to be arrested. Officer Osmond was happy to help.
20021945: On February 18, 2020, at about 7:47 p.m., Officer Lancaster responded to the Virginian Saloon for a Disturbance. It was reported that a male subject was being aggressive, screaming at the bartender and refusing to leave. Officer Lancaster took some time to explain to the man the Virginian Saloon was a private business and that he could be asked to leave. He took time to explain the consequences for not leaving. We even told him we didn’t want to arrest him. The man heard all this and made the informed decision to stay and face the consequences of that decision. That being the case, Officer Lancaster had to arrest the 71 year old Surprise, AZ man for Trespassing.
20021958: On February 18, 2020, at about 11:11 p.m., RO White responded to a report of Theft of Services. An intoxicated subject apparently got a taxi ride (good for him) to the bar, but then only paid half the fare (not so good). RO White contacted the man and determined he didn’t have money or means to pay the rest of the fare. He also had a warrant for his arrest. RO White had to arrest the 37 year old Boise, ID man for the warrant and Theft of Services.
That’s all we have from yesterday. Be safe today and hang in there. Spring is coming…someday.