3 Fremont County individuals charged with delivery of methamphetamine

(Fremont County, Wyo.) - Two Fremont County residents have been charged with the Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine, and one Fremont County resident has been charged with the Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine. [image: 0 (15).jpeg] Joseph Elmer Moore, 32, has been charged with the Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine, a felony punishable by imprisonment of up to twenty years in prison and/or a fine of up to $25,000. In early February of this year, an informant working with the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) contacted DCI and advised of methamphetamine distribution activity in Riverton. The Confidential Informant advised that he/she could purchase methamphetamine from an individual that the CI identified as Joseph Moore. After DCI Agents picked up the CI, the CI told them that he/she had already contacted Moore and arranged to purchase approximately 1 gram of the methamphetamine for $150. The CI advised that the agreement was for the CI to meet at Walmart in Riverton. The CI said Moore indicated he was getting a ride to Walmart from Joseph Summerlin. Agents fitted the CI with a digital audio, recording/transmitting device. The CI was provided with $150 from Wyoming State Buy Funds. At Walmart, the CI got into a Dodge Ram with Moore and Summerlin. According to the CI and agent observation, Summerlin was driving and Moore was a passenger. They traveled to a location south on North Federal Blvd. Summerlin exited the vehicle at a residence, went to the front door and made contact with a male. Summerlin returned to the vehicle and handed 2 baggies of suspected methamphetamine to Moore. The CI gave Moore $150. Moore told the CI to pick a bag, which the CI did. Summerlin and Moore then drove the CI to the Good to Go in Riverton. The CI made contact with DCi agents at the predeterminded location. The CI handed the suspected methamphetamine to DCI agents. A search of the CI was conducted and no controlled substances, currency or weapons were located on the CI. The suspected methamphetamine was tested and returned presumptive positive for the presence of methamphetamine. [image: 0 (16).jpeg] Kevin Riley Cress has been charged with one count of Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine, a felony punishable by up to twenty years in prison, a fine of up to $25000, or both. On August 26, 2015 officers obtained and served a search warrant for the residence of Ricky Capellan, 38, Riverton. During the course of the search, agents located and seized approximately two pounds of Crystal Methamphetamine, along with various amounts of cocaine, marijuana, and US currency. Agents also located Cress and Caroline Tyler at the residence, however neither Cress or Tyler were arrested or interviewed. On October 7, 2015, Agents conducted an interview of Cress at the Riverton Office of the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation. Cress stated that in the last month he has sold methamphetamine to "Goofy" and "Ashley." Agents know "Goofy" to be Jayme Ybarra and Kevin Cress identified Ashley as Ashley Addison. Cress stated that he was approached by Ybarra in reference to obtaining methamphetamine. Kevein Cress further admitted to selling one half gram of methamphetamine to Ashley Addison in June or July 2015. Cress confirmed that the methamphetamine he sold came from Capellan. According to the affidavit, there are multiple reports of Kevin Cress selling methamphetamine on the following dates: October 9, 2015; and two on March 22. [image: 0 (17).jpeg] Caroline Joan Tyler, 34, is charged with one count of Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine, a felony punishable by up to twenty years in prison, a fine of up to $25,000, or both. During subsequent interviews and investigation it was determined that Tyler had travelled to California with Bobbi Steinfeld and obtained the methamphetamine at Capellan's residence. Upon further investigation and interviews, Capellan stated that he and Tyler were both business partners and in a romantic relationship. Capellan stated that Tyler had numerous customers who he identified as being "from the Rez" (referring to the Wind River Indian Reservation). At a later interview, Agents conducted a consensual interview of Kevin Cress. Cress stated that Capellan's girlfriend, Caroline Tyler, would bring people to Capellan's residence to purchase methamphetamine and/or marijuana. #county10 #news