Here's what happened around Campbell County on Thursday. All calls took place between 6 a.m February 11th and 6 a.m. February 12th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *Matthew Adler, 26, Gillette, *was arrested 4 a.m. Friday morning at his apartment for a failure to appear bench warrant regarding a DUS. Police received a report of a man locked in his bathroom who was possibly unresponsive. When they made contact with the 22 year old woman who called, they found Adler in the bathroom, unable to unlock the door. Officers forced the door open. Adler was checked and cleared by EMS, then transported to detention without incident. A blew a .236 during a breathalyzer test. He was also charged with vandalism. *Bret Colvin, 48, Gillette*, was arrested on a bench warrant. His bond is $54,686. (See related post
A 14 year old boy at the YES house was arrested for two charges of breach
of peace, and destruction of property. He became upset Wednesday night when
sanctions were issued to him. He threw a chair, denting a wall, and
continued to act out of control. He spit in a 22 year old employee's face.
Officers were called Thursday morning because he was still upset and
attempting to throw things and punch holes in the wall. He was taken to
*Drugs* Thursday morning, a 41 year old man was cited for being under the
influence of a controlled substance. He had called 911, claiming he was
having a heart attack, and admitted to the dispatcher that he had been
taking methamphetamines. At the hospital he also allegedly admitted to
officers that he had used meth about two hours before his emergency call.
*Breach of Peace *A 37 year old man was cited for breach of peace when, on
Thursday afternoon, he approached a 43 year old man who recently fired him
from his construction job. The 37 yea old was apparently trying to buy a
pickup truck from the 43 year old, which was why he was at the older man's
residence. When he got upset, he allegedly took out a folding razor blade
knife. He was about 15-20 feet away from the 43 year old, when the older
man took out his 9mm handgun. The man with the knife fled, and was found
later by police and cited.
At 6 p.m., a 42 year old woman reported that there were people in the
Church Avenue alley fighting. Police found a 30 year old woman and two
teens, ages 15 and 13, that had been yelling at one another. Video footage
taken by a 10 year old witness allegedly showed the 30 year old and the
boys swearing at each other and calling each other names. There were other
witnesses to confirm this. All three were issued citations for breach of
peace. The 15 year old was taken to the YES house at the request of his
mother. The 13 year old was turned over to his parents.
8:48 p.m. on Warren Avenue, a 33 year old woman reported that her 14 year
old son had become angry for not following house rules, throwing items
around in his room and swearing at his parents. He was cited for breach of
10:16 p.m. near Taco Bell, a 22 year old female reported that her 25 year
old ex boyfriend was allegedly following her. She says he almost hit her
car, then yelled profanities at her. There was a 16 year old female witness
with the woman that corroborated these statements. Officers called the man,
and he admitted to yelling at her. He was later cited for breach of peace.
*Theft* A 17 year old at North Campus reported Thursday afternoon that
someone took $260 from his wallet while his wallet was in the boy's locker
*Counterfeiting* A female employee at Sundance Lounge told officers
Thursday night that a 36 year old man had turned in a suspected fake bill
to her. He reportedly had won a $25,000 jackpot in Casper, but upon
inspecting one the $100 bills later on in Gillette, it appeared counterfeit
to him, and he turned it in.
*Campbell County Sheriff's Office*
*Clay Amen, 35, Rock Springs*, was found guilty of DUI and two counts of
child endangerment. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail.
*Leann Francis, 20, Gillette*, was arrested Thursday morning for a failure
to appear warrant.
*Joseph Halder, 28, Gillette*, arrested for a probation violation.
*Allyn Heidorn, 30, Gillette*, arrested at the VOA Thursday afternoon.
*Sean Horne-Spencer, 23, Gillette*, was stopped Thursday night for going 36
in a 30 mph zone. He had an outstanding warrant for failing to appear on a
DUS charge. During his arrest, officers allegedly found a baggie of
marijuana, totaling 3.4 grams, in his pocket. He was cited for possession
and not having a current registration.
*Hallie Stratton, 20, Colorado*, was arrested in Converse County for
forgery, theft, and unauthorized use of an automobile.
*Samantha Taylor, 19, Gillette*, was arrested for a bond revocation.
*Joshua Thompson, 29, Gillette*, was sentenced to jail.
*Fraud* A 54 year old employee of Antelope Valley Improvement received a
check for a copier the company was selling. They suspected it was
fraudulent and the buyer was possible a scammer, and called law
enforcement. No money was lost.
*Shouting Match* Thursday afternoon, Sheriff's deputies in Wright responded
to reports of a fight between three people. A 24 year old man, a 21 year
old man, and a 22 year old woman had all been arguing about barking dogs.
All three were issued breach of peace citations. 3 a.m. Friday morning,
deputies were back to the residence, as the same neighbors were again
yelling obscenities at each other over the dogs.
*Cows* Thursday night a resident in Rozet called about a suspicious noise
outside their house. It was reportedly the sound of someone coughing.
Deputies did not find any people lurking around the home, but did find a
*James Hewett, 27, Wright*, was arrested early Friday morning by Wyoming
Highway Patrol. He had crashed his car on Highway 59, and was subsequently
charged with a DUI. He also had a suspended license and was cited for
failing to maintain his lane.
*Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and Campbell County
Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds.*
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