Dispatch: Homicide investigation in Oregon; Stolen rental car

Here's Thursday's preliminary 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* *Albert Cheatham, 45, Gillette*, arrested for a bond revocation. *Jeremy Culey, 28, Pueblo CO*, arrested for a bench warrant. *Herman Dieckmann, 61, Gillette*, arrested Thursday morning on Gillette Avenue after reportedly being belligerent and asking for money. A 38 year old witness told officers that he came in to the Avenue Mall and was trying to sell a clock for money. Officers reported the man had slurred speech and seemed confused. He was detained for public intoxication. *Joshua Fronk, 27, Gillette*, arrested for DUI during a traffic stop when he failed his field sobriety test. Blood alcohol at detention was .18. *Myra Goode, 39, Rapid City*, arrested Thursday night at the Shell Station on Highway 14/16. She was reportedly unruly on a Jefferson Bus Line bus, allegedly using the bus restroom with the door open. According to reports, she did not know which town she was in or where she was going. She also did not appear to have a bus ticket. Due to her level of intoxication, police took her in to custody, as they weren't sure she could care for herself. *Kaylee Heppner, 29, Edgemont SD*, arrested at the Arrowhead Motel for a warrant, and for possession of a controlled substance. Detectives were at the motel Thursday afternoon for followup with a 19 year old man on an unrelated matter. Consent was provided for a search which led to officers discovering methamphetamine paraphernalia. Heppner was also present in the room and in her purse was allegedly .25 grams of meth. *William Jones, 35, Gillette*, was arrested Thursday afternoon for a bench warrant and a bond revocation. *Terry Marso, 61, Gillette*, was arrested for a warrant. *Kurtis O'Donnell, 31, Wright*, arrested for a warrant. *Calls* *Theft* Thursday morning the Sheriff's Office took a report from Hertz that a 37 year old woman with an Alabama driver's license had rented a car from the airport on March 1st, with a rental agreement to return it March 8th. She still has not returned the car. Hertz attempted to contact her at the Gillette address she had given, with no luck. Sheriff's deputies had a record of her address being in Moorcroft, and contacted police there. They have issued a BOLO for the car, a red Chevy Trax. *Hit and Run* 6:30 a.m. Thursday morning a 57 year old woman reported that someone had hit her Jeep Wrangler while it was parked on Robin Drive. The impact pushed the car up into the front yard of the residence at that location. Less than a thousand dollars in damage was done to her vehicle. Pieces of the suspect car left behind indicate it may be a tan 1980s model GMC truck. There were no witnesses and the case is still under investigation. *Fraud* A 77 year old woman reported to the Sheriff's Office that she had received a call telling her she'd won a large sum of cash and a brand new car. She was instructed to pay the taxes on the car via Western Union in order to claim her prize. She realized this was a scam and no money was lost. *Trespassing *Sheriff's deputies received word of two people trespassing on Lariat Court Thursday night. It turns out the pair had permission to be there, but they were trying to tow a camper that was too heavy for their truck, and were stuck. *Domestic Violence* Thursday at 2:16 p.m. Gillette police responded to Lodahl Ave when a 37 year old man -- who is the primary caregiver of a 22 year old man -- believed that the 22 year old was going to attack him. He grabbed the younger man in a bear hug in order to control him. During the struggle a kitchen window was broken. There were no injuries reported and no one was charged. *Runaway* Thursday night, a 14 year old was reported missing from the YES House. She was was taken to the detention center after her father located her at South Campus. She is a ward of the state and there were instructions to detain her if she left YES House supervision. *Information* Thursday at noon Gillette Police received a call from Eugene, Oregon requesting a DNA sample to be collected from the witness of a homicide that occurred in Eugene. Detectives are investigating. *Information provided by Campbell County Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds and GPD Sergeant Jason Marcus.* #county17 #news