Dispatch: Felony drug arrest at Budget Inn; Felony drug arrest at County Jail

Here's what happened around Campbell County on Wednesday. All calls took place between 6 a.m March 30th and 6 a.m. March 31st. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Arrests* *Corey Bentson, 27, Gillette*, was arrested for DUI after being questioned by deputies at Big D. He was reportedly showing some strange behavior and it was presumed he was under the influence of a controlled substance. His blood alcohol level was not tested at detention as they were unable to find a vein. *Kasey Boon, 18, Gillette*, arrested for a warrant for failure to pay DUI fines. *Dustyn Bryne, 25, Gillette*, arrested at the Budget Inn after an anonymous report to police claimed he had drugs with him. He had a Campbell County bench warrant for probation violation, as well as two municipal warrants for aiding and abetting, and speeding. He reportedly jumped out the window as police tried to get him to open the door. When he was caught, marijuana and meth were found on his person, and a search of his room turned up more meth and more marijuana. In total 7.7 grams meth and 1 gram marijuana were found. He was charged with felony possession of meth, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, probation violation, interfering with an officer, and the bench warrants. *Aaron Gebauer, 37, Sturgis*, arrested during a traffic stop late Wednesday night. He had a Crook County warrant for arrest and his license was suspended. He was arrested for the warrant and issued a citation for DUS, and a citation for no insurance. *Velvet Lovell, 34, Gillette*, was arrested at Adult Probation Wednesday morning on an arrest and hold order. She has a warrant out of Illinois for probation violation and dangerous drugs. Her bond is $30,000. She was made aware that bringing drugs in to the jail is a felony, and after acknowledging that, was found with 2.8 grams of heroin in her bra in detention. She was then charged with felony taking controlled substances in to the jail, as well as the felony warrant out of Illinois. *Steven Marsh, 30, Gillette*, arrested for a bench warrant. *Lyndsy Tracy, 23, Gillette*, was driving north on Gurley near Warlow when she was stopped for a non-working turn signal. She was served a trespass notice from a prior incident, and arrested for a county warrant for driving under suspension. A K9 sniff of the car indicated drugs may be present, and a search of her car turned up two syringes. She was arrested for the warrant and cited for DUS and not having insurance. A 40 year old Rozet man was arrested at the Lakeway Kwik Shop Thursday morning for two bench warrants and a felony charge for conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance. *Calls* *Shoplifting *9:45 a.m. the owner of Value Villa reported that a 54 year old man stole two brown and gray clay birds, valued at $7.50 each. When police contacted the man, he denied taking the items. He was cited for shoplifting because surveillance video showed him putting the items in his coat pockets. Threats Wednesday morning a woman reported to the Sheriff's Office that her soon-to-be-ex husband had been sending messages on Facebook that she found threatening. She was told to forward the messages to her attorney. A 29 year old man reported to police on Wednesday afternoon that he'd been receiving harassing phone messages from a 24 year old man, asking him to meet up with him at a certain location. He doesn't want to take the meeting because he's been trespassed from that location. Police informed the 24 year old to stop calling the 29 year old. A 53 year old man reported to the Sheriff's Office that his daughter's 35 year old male friend, who may or may not have a protective order against him, has been calling him. He wanted to know if that violated the protection order. Deputies are looking in to it. Theft A 35 year old woman told police her Ruger SR9 9mm handgun has been stolen. She thinks it was taken from her home on Church Avenue some time in late November of 2015. She didn't report it until Wednesday because she thought she had misplaced it and was trying to locate it. There are suspects and police are investigating. *Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and CCSO Captain Eric Seeman.* #county17 #news