Dispatch: Counterfeit money; DUIs, and a Rollover Crash

Here's what's happening with law enforcement around Campbell County. All calls took place January 30th, 31st and early February 1st. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *Bryan Korogi, 37, of Montana*, taken in to custody at the Campbell County Jail for burglary and forgery. *Chad Pippen, 44, of Gillette*, continued to call 911 on Saturday morning, despite not having an emergency or a crime to report. He was incoherently rambling at dispatchers, who told him to not call again unless there was an emergency. He continued to call anyway. Police showed up at his house and arrested him for public intoxication. His blood alcohol level was .375, more than four times the legal limit. *Robert Pock, 57, of Gillette*, arrested Saturday night for public intoxication. A 62 year old male reported on Saturday morning that he believed the $50 bill he had was counterfeit. Law enforcement confirmed it was fake. The man thinks he may have received it from a fast food restaurant he visited two weeks ago. At 10:30pm Saturday night, a couple heard a noise outside their home. The husband found their car door was ajar and the vehicle had been rummaged through. The 21 year old woman's wallet had been taken, but no cash was inside. On Sunday, police responded to several suicide threats. One man found in his car in a parking lot was involuntarily hospitalized. Another man who had been texting suicidal comments to his friends told police he was just seeking attention and wasn't actually trying to kill himself. *Campbell County Sheriff's Office* *Tyler Clover, 22, of Gillette, *was the passenger in a car that was pulled over on Sunday afternoon. He had two outstanding warrants and was arrested. The driver of the car, *39 year old John Miller*, had a loaded meth pipe in his car door, and was driving on a suspended license. He was also arrested. *Nathaniel Coffee, 25, Gillette*, arrested for contempt of court. *Cody Groombridge, 37*, arrested for driving with a suspended license. *Art Huber, 33, Gillette*, arrested for contempt of court. *Angela Lewis, 39*, arrested for bond revocation. *Joshua Neathery, 29, Gillette*, arrested on a criminal inquiry. *David Oster, 32, Gillette*, arrested at the court house for bond revocation. *Zachary Strong, 28, Gillette*, arrested for strangulation of a household member. *David Tillman, 33, Gillette*, was swerving in and out of his lane when he was pulled over by deputies. His blood alcohol level was .095 and he was arrested for driving while intoxicated. At around 7 am on Sunday morning, law enforcement discovered a Jeep Cherokee that was on its top at the Force Rd exit of Interstate 90. The rollover crash had taken out two fences and the fence posts, but the driver could not be found. Eventually law enforcement contacted the car's owner by phone. He claims he was on his cell phone when the accident happened, was not injured, and had spent the night with a friend. Police cited him for failing to report a crash. 8:00 am Sunday morning, three people from out of state were pulled over by Wyoming Highway Patrol on Highway 50. K9 units found an ounce of marijuana. The occupants were cited for possession. At 10:40 on Sunday night deputies responded to a 60 year old man who had fallen in the parking lot of Hank's Bar. The man had hurt his face and hands and was transported to the hospital. *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