Dispatch: Teachers' phones stolen; Teen caught with vaping accessories; Woman trying to fraudulently buy Oxycontin

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.* #county17 #news -- *Brenda Kirk* Community Maven for | 614.940.7121 Twitter | Instagram | Facebook PitchEngine™ | *Connecting Communities* | Twitter | Facebook