Dispatch: More phone scams; drug arrests; mysterious houseguest in Rozet

Here's what happened with law enforcement around Campbell County yesterday. All calls took place February 16th, through early morning February 17th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *Timothy Goergen, 24, Gillette*, arrested for possession of a controlled substance. *Joshua Horton, 25, Gillette*, arrested for a probation violation. He was in possession of a controlled substance. *Destruction of Property* A 31 year old woman reported that her front door screen had been damaged some time between 3 and 8 p.m. Tuesday. The damage was approximatlely $20. There are no suspects. *Hit and Run* A light pole on Westover Road was struck by a vehicle some time around 9 p.m. Evidence at the scene indicated to police that the car was a large white vehicle. The pole had been knocked off its base and was laying across the road. Damage is estimated at $2500. *Fraud* A 38 year old woman reported Tuesday night that she had been informed someone had transferred $1400 out of her banking account. Her bank requested an investigation. *Road Rage* A 32 year old man in his vehicle at the intersection of 59 and 90 reported that a young man with blond hair in a dark colored Dodge Durango allegedly pointed a silver handgun out the window at him. It may have been related to a perceived traffic complaint about the same Durango that had occurred near Boxelder and 59. The suspect was not found. *Campbell County Sheriff's Office* *Dillon Fuller, 27, Gillette*, was stopped on Tuesday night for driving with no headlights. He had a suspended license out of the state of Mississippi and was arrested by deputies. Fuller allegedly smelled like marijuana, and when they searched his car a misdemeanor amount was found. He was also charged with possession. *Hans Heller, 28, Gillette*, arrested for a municipal warrant. *Fraud* Another lottery scam was reported Tuesday morning out of Recluse. Someone claiming the victim had won money was requesting they cash a check and return the balance in order to claim winnings. The scam was reported and no money was lost. *Stolen Car* Deputies were checking VIN numbers at Red Rock Towing on Tuesday when they discovered a 2014 Toyota Tundra that had been reported by Billings police as stolen on November 25th. Gillette police had recovered the truck on November 28th and towed it to Red Rock. Sheriff's deputies contacted Billings police and brought the vehicle to their impound lot. *Harassment* A 20 year old woman reported Tuesday afternoon that some of her former roommates were posting her address online, accusing her of animal cruelty. *Stalking* A 55 year old woman was receiving repeated phone calls from her 46 year old ex-boyfriend, according to police reports. She blocked his phone number but was also seeking a protection order from law enforcement. *Bathroom Bandit* A Rozet homeowner contacted the Sheriff's Office to inform them that an unknown person had entered their home through an unlocked door to use the bathroom. The suspect left their underwear behind, and also quite a mess for the homeowner. *All information provided by GPD Sgt. Greg Brothers and CCSO Captain Eric Seeman.* #county17 #news