Dispatch: Arrests; Utah felon caught here; Home break-in investigated; Marijuana plants discovered; Five vehicle vandalized at CWC

Here is the recap of law enforcement activity over the weekend. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Fremont County Sheriff's Office* *Arrests:* *Chelsie Romero*, 24, Riverton, Failure to Appear and Probation Revocation. *Calls:* At 11:43 a.m. on Friday, a caller at a Lander gas station reported that a man pulled up in a truck and tried to borrow money. The caller said the driver was intoxicated. No arrests or citations were noted in connection to this call. EMS was called to the jail on Friday afternoon for a man was suffering withdrawals. Wyoming Highway Patrol made an arrest in Shoshoni for a possibly intoxicated driver following a wreck while on a traffic stop. More information will be added when it becomes available. At 6:09 a.m. on Saturday, deputies were called to Bass Lake Road near Shoshoni for a report of a truckload of intoxicated people. Deputies were unable to find the vehicle. At 1:04 p.m., a caller in the Riverton area reported a window shattered out of her car. Deputies took a report at 6:10 p.m. of two vehicles racing on Highway 789 in the Hudson area. A subject at a home in the Riverton area reported cash stolen from his or her dresser. At 12:01 a.m. on Sunday, a caller in Riverton reported a suspicious vehicle pulled into the caller's driveway and then drove away. Deputies were called shortly after noon on Sunday to a church in Dubois where a woman was reportedly being physically threatening. A license plate was discovered stolen off a horse trailer on Sunday evening. *Lander Police Department* *Arrests/Citations:* *Shaw Whiteman*, 32, Lander, Unlawful Contact. Audrelia Jenkins, 29, Lander, Unlawful Contact and Interference. *Shanelle Friday,* 30, Lander, one FCSO Warrant and two LPD Warrants. The trio was arrested around 11:15 a.m. on Friday following a report of a fight at the residence on Black Boulevard. *Sherice Guina,* 33, Fort Washakie, Revoked Driver's License, Expired Registration and No Insurance. *John Keller*, 48, Lander, Driving Under the Influence, Stop Sign Violation and No Seatbelt. *A 16-year-old girl *was cited for Hit & Run following a crash Saturday evening at South Third and Cliff streets. *Kayla Ridgley*, 30, Lander, FCSO Warrant. *Michael Cousineau,* 36, Riverton, LPD Warrant served at the jail. *Evander Eagleroad*, 24, Utah, felony Warrant out of Utah, felony Strangulation of a Household member and Interference. *Mandy Eagleroad,* 36, Lander, FCSO Warrant. The pair were arrested following a 9:40 a.m. call on Sunday for a report of domestic violence and thefts. Additional information about Evander's warrant out of Utah was not immediately available; however, he is expected to be extradited. *Autumn Anderson*, 18, LPD Warrant. *An 80-year-old Lander woman *was cited for Duty Upon Striking and Careless Driving following a Sunday afternoon hit and run in the Safeway parking lot. *Ian Armour*, 29, Ethete, FCSO Warrant. *Calls:* At 11:48 a.m. on Friday, police were called to a home on South Third for a report of windows and screens broken and a lock drilled out inside the home. Nothing was reported missing, but the situation is still under investigation. Lander Police's narcotics K9 assisted the Sheriff's Office and Wyoming Highway Patrol with with drug searches over the weekend. In both instances, the dog indicated to the presence of drugs, LPD said. Additional information about the calls was not immediately available. At 4:44 a.m., a caller on North Sixth Street reported that an unknown subject knocked on the door. Police found no one in the area. At 3:12 p.m. on Sunday, police were notified that a small black Nissan truck struck a fence on Buena Vista Drive and left the scene. Suspects are unknown at this time, and the damage to the fence was minor. At 7:19 p.m., police were called to a home on North Second Street where a man said an unknown male subject came to his door trying to sell stolen antlers. The subject was gone when police arrived and was not located. At 6:10 a.m. on Monday, police were called to Four Seasons Drive to assist EMS with a female patient who had a gash on her head. The circumstances around the injury are under investigation. *Riverton Police Department * *Arrests/Citations* *A 33-year-old man* in Riverton was cited for growing several marijuana plants in his mobile home in the 1300 block of South Federal. The plants, named after Star Wars characters, were confiscated. *A 23-year-old Riverton woman *was cited for No Drivers License after her vehicle was reportedly driving erratically on North Federal. *Gentry Redfield*, 21, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence *Daniel King*, 43, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence, Driving While Under Suspension and No Interlock Device *Eldon Antelope,* 50, Riverton, Disturbing the Peace *Michael Cousineau*, 36, Riverton, Shoplifting and on a Failure to Appear warrant. *Mona Blackburn*, 54, St. Stephens, Possession of Marijuana (under 3 grams) and on a Contempt of Court warrant. *Brent C’Hair,* 46, Ethete, on a Contempt of Court warrant *Georgia C’Hair*, 45, Riverton, Possession of Marijuana (personal amount) and on a Failure to Appear warrant. *Anita John*, 46, Ethete, on a courtesy hold warrant. *Walter Steele*, 29, Riverton, Driving While Under the Influence *Calls:* *There were 38 calls for service on Friday* A water line break at St. James Episcopal Church set off an alarm Friday morning at 4:03 a.m. A former employee of a business in the 1000 block of North Federal Boulevard returned to the business and was “raising a ruckus.” The ex-employee was moved along. A woman reported that her Per Capita check had been cashed by someone else. A report was also made to the BIA Wind River Police. A business reported a loaner vehicle for a customer whose car was being serviced was found crashed on the Wind River Reservation. The BIA Wind River Police are investigating. A 15-year-old male was reported as a runaway by his mother because the boy went to a high school dance without her permission. Police collected the boy at the dance and brought him back home. A caller complained that a vehicle had been parked on their street for 10 minutes and then left. No action was taken. *Saturday* *There were 24 calls on Saturday* The Center of Hope reported a client left without wearing shoes and with another person’s coat. Police were unable to locate the man. Two individuals who started fighting each other inside the Pizza Hut Restaurant declined to file charges against one another. They were moved along. A person served with an eviction notice had the locks on her rental changed. She crawled in through an open space and reported that someone had stolen a carton of cigarettes an a Bearcat .22 pistol. A parent called police because their 13-year-old daughter would not listen to them. The call came from the 1300 block of West Park. Police assisted an elderly female whose vehicle had become stuck in the snow free her vehicle. *Sunday* *There were 26 calls for service* A slew of property destruction report were received on Sunday, all from the Central Wyoming College West Residence Hall where five vehicles each had a window busted out of them. The vandalism is under investigation. Damage is over $1,000. A resident in the 800 block of Rainbow Drive said someone not authorized was dumping refuse in his trash container. *Fremont County Ambulance* EMS crews responded to 43 calls for service Friday into early Monday morning. *Fire departments* Countywide, firefighters were called out 12 times. Most of the calls were for various alarms or possible gas leaks. *Coroner* There were three coroner calls over the weekend. All of the deaths were presumed natural with nothing unusual reported. The deaths were those of a 67-year-old female from Shoshoni on Friday, and an 87-year-old female and a 64-year-old female, both of Riverton, on Sunday. One other death was reported at SageWest Health Care, but it was an expected death and not a coroner case. [image: Inline image 1] #county10 #news