Here’s Thursday's law enforcement recap from around the county. All calls took place between January 19th and early January 20th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *Michelle Carrizales, 32, of Gillette*, was arrested for obtaining $500 in goods under false pretenses. *Jesse Critel, 24, of Gillette*, was arrested Tuesday morning following a break-up argument he was having with his 24 year old girlfriend. The woman tried to call 911, but the man grabbed her cell phone and put her in a wrist lock. Critel was arrested for breach of peace, interference with a 911 call, and domestic battery. *Domingo Martinez, 41, of Gillette*, arrested for failure to pay child support in the amount of $3011. *Levi Wazelle, 25, of Rozet*, was arrested for a warrant during a traffic stop. He was also cited for driving without a license and not having proper car insurance. A 35 year old man staying at the Budget Inn found that over $500 worth of electronics had been stolen from his room while he was incarcerated. Police are investigating a possible suspect. A Twin Spruce Junior High resource officer was talking to some students in the cafeteria when he noticed one student had an object that looked like a vape pen in his pocket. The object turned out to be the tank to a vape pen, and cigarettes were found in his backpack. The student was cited for underage possession of tobacco. GPD received a complaint that the owner of a Ford Escape was driving erratically. Witnesses say the 42 year old was passing over the double yellow line, speeding, and ran a red light. He was stopped at South Campus and the case is being forwarded to the county attorney. Two employees of Wagon Wheel Elementary had their iPhones stolen. A teacher had her iPhone 5 taken around noon, and a library worker had her iPhone 5s taken around 2pm. A doctor at Campbell County Memorial Hospital received a call from Walmart saying a 55 year old female was trying to obtain oxycontin from a fraudulent prescription. The woman had already obtained over 700 oxy pills in the last two months from two other pharmacies and three different doctors. *Campbell County Sheriff's Office* A drug bust Tuesday morning led to a police chase late Tuesday night. There were ultimately four arrests. More here
*Shaynee Gibbs, 17; Jeffrey Talley, 22; Eric Tuttle, 33*, were all arrested
for bond revocation.
*Kacie Ploszag, 26,* was arrested at VOA for parole violation.
*Giovanni Santos, 21, of Wright*, was arrested for failing to appear.
*Nicholas Weise, 29*, arrested for a warrant.
*Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and Campbell County
Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds.*
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