Dispatch: Public intoxication at the Fairfield Inn; Drugs reported at the Howard Johnson's; Missing boots

Here's what happened around Campbell County this weekend. All calls took place Saturday, February 6th, through early morning February 8th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *John Adams, 35, Gillette*, arrested late Friday night for public intoxication. *Andrew Brown, 30, Rozet*, arrested late Friday night for public intoxication. *Andrew P. Brown, 35, Colorado*, arrested for public intoxication. Employees at the Fairfield Inn found Brown by the pool, naked, and gave him a bed sheet to wrap up in. After he was cleared by EMS he was taken to detention where he was found to have a .32 blood alcohol level. *Raleigh Brown, 30, Gillette,* arrested for a contempt of court warrant and a bond revocation. *Cody Ivanoff, 24, Gillette,* arrested for a contempt of court warrant. *Kyhla Lawver, 22, Gillette,* arrested for a warrant out of Campbell County and a warrant for theft out of Laramie County. *Kyle Locken, 30, Gillette,* arrested for a probation/parole violation. *Jeremiah McCoy, 37, Gillette,* arrested for unknown charges. Being held for another law enforcement agency. *Cassie Miller, 36, Gillette,* arrested for contempt of court warrant. *Jason Vigil, 19, Gillette,* arrested for warrants for failing to appear for a driving under suspension charge and failing to pay the fee on a stolen property charge. *Bryan Walach, 29, Gillette,* arrested for a driving while intoxicated. *Drug Calls at Howard Johnson's*: Police were called to Howard Johnson's on Sunday morning on a reported breach of peace. K9 units did not detect the presence of drugs, but at 34 year old man and 32 year old woman consented to a search of their room. Officers found needle caps, a used syringe in the nightstand, and a makeshift light bulb meth pipe in the trash, with the help of K9s. They also found a scale and 2 syringes. Neither occupant was charged. While investigating the above, K9s indicated the possible presence of drugs on a GMC truck belonging to a 25 year old man. He consented to a search and officers found a urine kit that the man claimed he forgot was in there, as well as the marijuana pipe he gave to police before the search of his truck. When K9s searched the man's room they found an e-cigarette which allegedly had been used to smoke hash oil. The 22 year old woman that was with the man, Kyhla Lawver, had several arrest warrants (cited above) and was arrested. The man was not charged. *Assault:* officers responded to a family fight in the Fox Park area. There were five adults present and they were all allegedly very intoxicated and uncooperative with law enforcement. A 38 year old woman had an injury to her face that she refused to discuss. A 40 year old man had presumably been fighting with a 44 year old man when they tumbled off the porch together, resulting in a serious injury to the 40 year old's eye. He was flown to Denver for medical attention. No citations were issued. *Sexual Assault:* Two sexual assaults were reported this weekend. Both are under investigation. *Campbell County Sheriff's Office:* *Braiden Bergeman, 18, Gillette, *arrested for two probation violations. *Christopher Blankenship, 38, Gillette,* arrested for a bond violation. *Cathy Chafin, 50, Gillette,* was arrested for a DUI. She has had three DUIs in the past 10 years. While in detention she was allegedly found with a pill bottle containing THC pills, approximately 1.6 grams worth. She was charged with possession of a controlled substance, as well as not having a valid driver's license. *Gregory Fisher, 30, Gillette,* arrested for driving under the influence. *Alexis Milani, 28, Casper,* arrested for a contempt of court warrant. *Tyler Rudolph, 20, Gillette,* arrested for a warrant. *Fraud:* A 76 year old Recluse woman reported that someone had been repeatedly calling her, telling her she had won $350 million. She kept hanging up on them. *Missing boots:* Sunday night a 34 year old man reported his wife's Size 8 boots had been swapped for a size 9.5 in another brand. He'd called all the neighbors and couldn't figure out who had swapped the shoes. Early Monday morning it was discovered that his son's friend had mistakenly worn the wrong-sized shoes home the night before. *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