Here's what happened around Campbell County this weekend. All calls took place between 6 a.m March 11th and 6 a.m. March 14th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Arrests* *Lisa Deherrera, 56, Gillette,* arrested at Walmart for shoplifting and criminal trespassing. This is her third shoplifting offense, she has previously been warned not to return to Wal-Mart. *Meagan Harnish, 34, Gillette*, arrested for two municipal warrants, not having a valid driver's license, and being under the influence of drugs. *Mark Larvie, 24, Gillette*, arrested for a warrant. *Jenna Muniz, 35, Gillette*, arrested for contempt of court. *Wendy Palmer, 42, Casper*, arrested for DUI, cited with speeding and having an open container. *Jeffrey Rott, 52, Gillette*, arrested for DUI. Blood alcohol level at detention was .20. *Joseph Sorenson, 30, Gillette*, arrested for a warrant. *Barry Stroble, 18, Wright*, arrested for five counts of felony burglary
and five counts of felony
*Silver Creek Steakhouse* Friday night, Gillette Police responded to the
restaurant when a 58 year old man refused to pay the automatic 18% gratuity
applied to a party of 6 or more. There were 13 people in his party.
Eventually he paid his bill in full.
Friday morning a 20 year old woman reported that her car stereo had been
stolen from her unlocked car, some time overnight on Thursday.
Friday night on Harvest Moon Drive a 24 year old woman reported to Gillette
Police that a package that had been confirmed delivered to her by UPS was
not on her door step. UPS informed her call the company she had purchased
the item from. She also reported it to police. The package had $200 worth
of goods inside.
*Breaking and Entering*
Friday morning a neighbor reported to Gillette Police that he saw someone
breaking in to a house on Jim Court around 3 a.m. The homeowner reported
that there didn't appear to be anything missing, however the person did
leave behind some items of his own. There was no sign of forced entry.
Saturday afternoon, Sheriff's deputies took a report that a house that was
foreclosed on Friday, and had had its locks changed, had the sliding glass
door broken out some time on Saturday. Property had been removed from the
residence and a back door had also been damaged.
While he was helping security escort patrons from Boot Hill at 2 a.m.
Saturday morning, a 26 year old man reported that someone tackled him from
behind, but he wasn't sure who. Three men were eventually trespassed from
Friday afternoon the phone scam involving threats of arrest if you don't
pay an IRS fee was reported to the Sheriff's Office. The informed the
person to report it also to the FTC, and showed them how to block that
caller on their phone.
Saturday morning a woman reported she'd been receiving messages on her
tablet about a warrant she didn't have. Deputies told her to monitor her
bank account for any suspicious activity and to possibly have the tablet
checked by a computer expert if she continued to receive notifications from
*Destruction of Property*
Friday night an 18 year old at North Campus reported that her Chevy had
been keyed. $500 in damage.
A 22 year old man reported to Gillette Police that he had noticed his Ford
Taurus had apparently been hit some time last week. $600 damage was done.
Saturday night a woman reported that her Dodge Durango had its driver side
doors dented and scratched while her 16 year old daughter had it parked at
a friend's house. The vehicle looks like it had been hit with something
metal. Damage is over $1000.
Sunday morning at 1:30 a.m. a couple reported to Gillette Police that they
had witnessed a 21 year old slash another man's tires on his Ford F-250.
The suspect had reportedly been upset at having been asked to move out of
his apartment. $400 damage, police are still trying to locate him.
*Breach of Peace*
Sunday night a pair of young girls reported to Gillette Police that a 20
year old had been pointing a BB gun at them. The man was found and cited
with breach of peace.
*In total*, GPD responded to 245 calls this weekend. CCSO responded to 64.
*Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and Campbell County
Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds.*