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Dispatch: Two pedestrians hit; Alleged break-in at Mingles; Theft at Smith's

Dispatch: Two pedestrians hit; Alleged break-in at Mingles; Theft at Smith's

Here's what happened around Campbell County on Monday. All calls took place between 6 a.m April 4th and 6 a.m. April 5th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Arrests* *Branden Anderson, 36, Gillette*, arrested for a bond revocation. *Kevyann Cowley, 31, Gillette*, arrested for a bond revocation and contempt of court. *Rance Diede, 30, Gillette*, arrested for a probation violation. *Jeremy Geiser, 38, Gillette*, sentenced prisoner. *Michele Henderson, 42, Gillette*, served a warrant in county jail. *William Lara, 39, Gillette*, served a warrant in county jail. *Joseph Sorenson, 30, Gillette*, served a warrant in county jail. *Sheldon Tracy, 46, Gillette*, served a warrant in county jail. *Roman Vanberkom, 29, Gillette*, served a warrant in county jail. *Shanda Weinreis, 49, Gillette*, arrested for a bench warrant. *Calls* *Pedestrian Struck* At 1 p.m. an 18 year old reported to police that he was hit by an older Ford pickup while crossing the parking lot of an apartment complex on Desert Hills Circle. His right arm was injured and he was taken by EMS to the ER for treatment. A witness to the incident could not provide any other information about the truck. 3:20 p.m. An 8 year old in Wright lost control of her bicycle after the chain slipped off. She veered in to a passing car, driven by a teenager, which may have ran over the child's arm. She was taken to the hospital by ambulance. The teenager had originally left the scene of the accident but returned while EMS was treating the girl. The driver was cited for failure to remain at the scene of an accident. *Destruction of Property* 9:56 a.m. Enterprise Rent A Car reported to Gillette Police that a 2015 Chrysler Town and Country had been scratched during the night. $750 in damages. 11:53 a.m. A 44 year old man reported that the driver's side mirror of his Dodge Durango was damaged while it was parked at a residence on Arapahoe Ave. $100 in damages. 12:10 p.m. A 31 year old man reported his motor home had been vandalized while parked at his residence on Meadow Rose Avenue, some time between March 28th and April 4th. Burn marks on the ceiling and other damages were found inside, after the motor home had apparently been broken in to. Stolen were two pairs of snowboard goggles and a box of 8 track tapes. Loss and damages are estimated at $950. *Fraud *1:46 p.m. A Bank of the West employee reported that on March 7th, a 50 year old woman had deposited in to her account a check for $500 from an 83 year old man she allegedly has power of attorney over. His current caregiver was contacted and she reported to police that the check was issued without the man's permission, and his power of attorney has changed. Police are currently investigating. *Sexual Assault* 2:45 p.m. a teenager reported a sexual assault to school staff. It is under investigation. *Theft* 5:12 p.m. A 13 year old at Sage Valley Junior High reported that his phone was missing. He last saw it during gym class. Its value is $400. 10:34 p.m. A 35 year old woman reported to police that money had been taken out of her wallet while she was shopping at Smith's. She realized her wallet was not in her shopping cart and thought she left it in her car. When she couldn't find it in her car, she thought perhaps she'd dropped it in the store. It was found inside on a shelf in an aisle, with $230 in cash missing from it. Police are awaiting video surveillance from Smith's to continue their investigation. *Arrowed* At 7:17 p.m. an arrow reportedly landed in the road on Jim Court, nearly striking several children. Police found a 17 year old who admitted to accidentally releasing the arrow while drawing the bow back, but claims it was aimed upwards. It traveled two blocks before it landed near the kids. The teenager was cited for "dangerous missiles." *Domestic Violence* A 33 year old couple were reportedly in a verbal argument on Arapahoe Avenue when the wife left with the couple's two children. The husband alleged his wife was intoxicated. She was stopped by police in a car being driven by a 21 year old who had not been drinking, but did have a suspended license. The mother was reportedly highly intoxicated. The driver was cited for DUS, and not having children in child restraints. The children were left with a family member. *Narcotics* 10:42 p.m. Officers responded to an apartment complex on Camel Drive after a 19 year old moving in reported she'd found some drug related items. Officers found a glass meth pipe, a plastic container and a hollow pen with suspected meth residue inside. They observed that a roommate had a black jar from a marijuana dispensary on the floor of his room, and obtained a search warrant to perform a search. A K9 found a jar that smelled like marijuana but instead contained non-prescription pills. The roommate arrived home during the search, and was found to have had a suspended license. He denied the meth paraphernalia was his. He was cited for driving under suspension, and expired registration. *Alcohol Violation* At 3:50 a.m. on Tuesday, Gillette police received a call that someone was trying to break in to Mingles. When officers arrived, there were four people in the bar. Two people claimed they had left their credit card at the bar. The other two were the bartender and another man, the one who called 911. They pair had reportedly been inside the bar drinking after hours, when the two patrons returned and knocked on the door. The owner of the Mingles was contacted and revealed that the bartender is on probation with alcohol restrictions. A report was forwarded to the county attorney. The owner had the bartender trespassed from the property. She was cited for serving after hours. *Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and, Campbell County Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds.* #county17 #news