Sheriff’s report Fireworks scare area dogs

The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department received the following calls for the week of December 25 to December 31:
Dec. 26 09:22 a.m.- An injured deer was found at Highway 32 and Lane 13. The deer was evaluated by officers from the Sherriff’s Department and Wyoming Game and Fish and determined to have life-threatening injuries. The deer was euthanized to stop its suffering.
Dec. 27: 12:03 a.m.- A fatal car accident occurred at milepost 250 outside of Deaver. The driver was found halfway outside of his car in a rollover accident on the side of the highway. He died due to the accident. The man had been drinking at the Shoshone Bar earlier and was allegedly driving drunk.
12:09 p.m.- A person was spotted walking on the side of the highway at milepost 234 on Highway 310 outside of Lovell. After asking for the person’s ID, the officer offered the Wisconsin resident a ride to where he said he was headed, Basin. The person declined the ride.
12:19 p.m.- A man wearing a black mask and black glasses, who was following customers around with a hammer, was reported at Maverik. The Lovell Police Department responded to the incident.
Dec. 28: 3:02 p.m.- Officers responded to an alarm going off at Rocky Mountain High School. An officer went to the high school and found that nothing was wrong.
Dec 29: 11:21 a.m.- Vehicles were reported to be parked blocking the alley between Birch and Cedar in Frannie. Officers made contact with the owners of the vehicles and the cars were moved.
Dec. 31: 8:55 p.m.- A caller on Central Avenue in Deaver complained that fireworks being set off were too loud and were upsetting their dogs. The caller was advised that fireworks are not illegal.
11:41 p.m.- A caller on Road 6 and Lane 6 outside of Deaver called to complain about the fireworks. The caller was advised that fireworks are not illegal.

Note: The calls listed above were received by the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department. Persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney.