Dispatch: Gun stolen from a car; Another check scam is caught by bank employees

Here's what happened around Campbell County yesterday. All calls took place between 6 a.m February 24th and 6 a.m. February 25th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *Corey Makeshine, 28, GIllette*, was arrested Wednesday afternoon at adult probation, for refusing to allow probation officers to search his vehicle as was part of his probation. A K9 searched the car and found what is suspected to be marijuana in the center console. *Tobacco Violations *9:30 a.m. at Sage Valley Junior High, a 12 year old boy was found with chewing tobacco in his coat pocket. His early age intervention officer and his mother were contacted. Three hours later at South Campus, a 16 year old was caught with chewing tobacco and was cited. *Drove Through* Wednesday about lunch time, a 54 year old woman was waiting in the drive thru of Taco Johns in her Ford F-150, when her foot slipped off the brake and rolled forward in to another car in front of her. *Theft *Wednesday afternoon, a 22 year old woman reported that someone in Cheyenne used her driver's license to commit a theft. She was advised by Cheyenne police to contact GPD about her purse being stolen in November from the Wal-Mart parking lot. *Assault* Wednesday afternoon at Twin Spruce Junior High, two 14 year old boys were fighting during class. One of the boys had injuries that were treated by the school nurse. Their parents were notified. *Hit and Run* Wednesday afternoon at the Best Western Tower West Lodge, a Ford F-350 was hit by unknown car while parked in the hotel parking lot. Damage to the truck's grill guard is estimated at $500. *Fraud* Around 2:30 p.m. a CAMPCO employee reported that the credit union received three fraudulent checks from a 56 year old woman. The woman had received the checks in a letter that told her she needed to deposit them and send a portion back to a certain address. All checks were in excess of $1000. Luckily the credit union employee recognized this as a scam and called police. No money was lost. *Criminal Entry* Around 3:30 p.m. on Green Avenue, a 31 year old woman and a 29 year old man reported that various items had been moved around in their apartment, but nothing appeared to be missing. There also didn't appear to be any damage to the residence. *Domestic Violence* At around 5 p.m. on Wednesday a 32 year old woman reported that her ex-husband knocked on the door of her residence on Kiowa Avenue, and forced his way in to the home when she answered. He allegedly struck her in the eye. When she pushed him out of the house, he reportedly kicked a window out of the screen door, throwing glass on to her, and causing scratches to her face. He fled when she told him she was calling police. Officers are still trying to locate the ex-husband. *Destruction of Property* Late Wednesday afternoon on Pathfinder Circle a 27 year old woman reported that a man drove over her fence while he was moving his trailer. This was allegedly part of an ongoing problem between the two. The woman requested a trespass notice against the man. *Burglary* Wednesday night at Fox Park a 33 year old man reported that someone had broken in to his home during the day while he was at work. One of his family members had texted him a photo of his door open with a screwdriver in the door. Thursday morning on Harder Drive, a 23 year old woman reported that her home had been broken in to. When she'd returned home from work, she found her house in disarray, and several items were taken, including a firearm and some jewelry. The estimated value of the stolen items is $1500. *Suspicious Activity* 2 a.m. Thursday morning on Commerce Drive a woman was found running down the street. She was upset, telling officers that she had been drugged, and indicated an occupied pickup in the area as the problem. A 39 year old and a 29 year old were in the truck, and the men claimed to be there to pick up the woman, but when they tried to help her she "freaked out." The woman was taken to the ER, and police are still investigating. *Campbell County Sheriff's Office* *Ricky Cole, 28, Gillette*, arrested for a bond revocation. *Richard Martinez, 37, Cheyenne*, was arrested for DUI when he failed to stop at a stop sign. *Anissa Pierce, 22, Gillette*, arrested on a bond revocation. *Justin Smith, 22, Gillette*, taken to detention from the court house as a sentenced prisoner. *Theft* A 61 year old woman visited the Sheriff's Office early Wednesday morning to report that she thinks her grandson took $43 from the "secret" spot where she hides her money. *Burglary* Wednesday afternoon a man reported that he heard someone closing the door of his car around 4 p.m. He checked his vehicle, which was parked outside his home on Crane Street, and found that his .380 Smith and Wesson had been stolen. *Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and CCSO Captain Eric Seeman.* #county17 #news