Dispatch: Two hit and runs; Woman claims she was stabbed in the head

Here's Wednesday's report from law enforcement. All calls took place between 6 a.m March 16th and 6 a.m. March 17th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Arrests* *Michael Dye, 39, Gillette*, arrested for domestic battery *Stephanie Flores-Pena, 32, Gillette*, arrested for a bond revocation. *Robert Lara Jr., 42, Gillette*, arrested for failing to appear at an arraignment. *Jamie Lubken, 34, Gillette*, arrested for DUI, cited for failing to report an accident and failing to maintain his lane of travel. *Celest Wilson, 29, Gillette*, arrested for two warrants. *Calls* *Threats* 9:30 Wednesday morning a man reported to the Sheriff's Office that a 46 year old man threatened to burn down his trailer. The two are involved in a disagreement about money. The 46 year old left a threatening voicemail. *Fraud* A woman reported to deputies that someone claiming he was "Mike" was calling for "Uncle Wayne" -- her husband. As her husband has no nephews, she found the call suspicious and reported the number to the Sheriff's Office. They were unable to contact "Mike." *Thefts* A student at Twin Spruce Junior High reported to police that his hat had been stolen while at school on Wednesday morning. The hate was valued at $30. A 41 year old woman says she left the window to her Chrysler partway down while it was parked on 7th Street Wednesday around noon. She believes it was forced the rest of the way open, as the window pane was off its track. A Vizio tablet and a Samsung Galaxy S5, both valued at $300 each, were taken. *Child Abuse* A 22 year old mother reported the father of her two year old child for suspected abuse. The toddler allegedly was found with red marks to her arm, which police photographed. The 26 year old father alleges it was an accident, and that it's actually the mother who abuses the child. DFS is investigating. *Hit and Run* A 45 year old man in a Ford F-250 claims a woman in a Ford F-150 hit his truck while they were in the parking lot at the Chophouse on Wednesday around noon. The woman said she didn't have a driver's license, and as the man went inside the restaurant to get a piece of paper to write down her information, the woman fled the scene. He says there's less than $1000 damage to his truck, but that there was significant damage to the other truck. He claims the woman is in her 50's with brown hair. Around midnight on Madison Street, officers found the median on the area around Highway 59 had been struck. There was damage to the concrete and paint, damages totaling less than $1000. An anonymous caller has given police information in to a possible suspect. *Welfare Check* Around 3:45 p.m. police interviewed an adult man who had reportedly been making statements about harming himself. They found he was unable to care for himself and he was involuntarily admitted to the hospital. At 2:15 a.m. police received a call fro a woman who reported that a family member had stabbed her in the side of the head with a kitchen knife. When officers arrived on scene, the woman did not appear to have any injuries. She told police that the same family member who had stabbed her "killed a police officer" and "over 3000 other people." They took her to the hospital where she was involuntarily admitted. Information provided by Campbell County Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds and GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton. #county17 #news