Dispatch: Marijuana found at Twin Spruce; Accidental shooting

Here's what happened around Campbell County on Wednesday. All calls took place between 6 a.m April 5th and 6 a.m. April 6th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Arrests* *Mario Arguello, 25, Gillette*, arrested for a warrant. *Keegan Bailey, 18, Gillette*, was arrested Tuesday afternoon for domestic battery after reportedly shoving his father. *Austin Carson, 21, Gillette*, arrested for probation violation. *China Delfino, 22, Gillette*, arrested for unknown reasons. *Ross Gulley, 34, Gillette*, sentenced prisoner. *Michael Kimsey, 25, Moorcroft*, arrested for contempt of court. *Niki Strickland, 35, Gillette,* arrested for a bench warrant for failing to pay on a dog at large citation. *Sheldon Tracy, 46, Gillette*, arrested and being held for another agency. *Maranda Wilson, 34, Gillette*, arrested for two bench warrants. DCI also made another drug distribution arrest last night, as well as arresting a juvenile. *Calls* *Auto Theft *A man reported early Tuesday to the Sheriff's Office that his car had been stolen from his residence on Hannum Road. He called back later when he realized he'd given permission to his neighbor to use it. *Fraud* A man selling a flatbed truck online for $1000 received a check from a buyer for $2300, with the request that he cash it and return $1300 to the suspect "for shipping charges." The manager at Wells Fargo bank caught the scam before any money was lost. *Destruction of Property* 10:01 a.m. a 22 year old man reported to police that the two back tires of his Toyota had been damaged while parked in the city parking lot. There is a suspect, a man who was in the courtroom at the same time as him. He's had issues with this man in the past and police are still investigating. Damage is $100. *Threats* Tuesday afternoon Kohler Processing contacted the Sheriff's Office in regards to strange phone call they received from a Private Investigator. The P.I. claimed a lawsuit in Cheyenne required Kohler to provide a brand inspection certificate and the hide of a recently taken bull. The bull brand has been confirmed as authentic. The Sheriff's Office has been unable to re-contact the P.I. and so far has no reason to believe there is a lawsuit involving the ranch the bull was retrieved from. An investigation is ongoing. *Vandalism* 4:57 p.m. a 59 year old man reported that a new office trailer parked along Northern Drive had its siding damaged. The damages are estimated at $2500. *Mental Illness* A 35 year old man reported that a client of his punched him in the face and then attacked another female employee of Sol Domus, who was trying to give the client medication. She was allegedly pushed in to a wall and punched three times, then bitten on her left hand, breaking the skin. She was treated at the hospital. The man has reportedly become increasingly aggressive over the past month, but has the mental capacity of a child, so was not cited. *Suspicious Activity* 11:15 a.m. a 12 year old student at Twin Spruce Junior High reported that she received inappropriate images in a social media message from an unknown individual. Police are investigating. *Narcotics* 12:09 p.m. a 14 year old boy at Twin Spruce Junior High was found to have approximately a gram of marijuana and an e-cigarette in his backpack after school staff and the School Resource Officer conducted a search. The teenager's mother approved it. The 14 year old was issued a citation for possession of tobacco and possession of marijuana. 4:39 a.m. Officers responded to an EMS call on Warlow Drive. A 53 year old woman was reportedly laying on the floor, bleeding from the left side of her head. A 44 year old woman told officers that the older woman had been drinking a lot and had fallen over, hitting her head on the wall. While inside the apartment, officers noticed the smell of marijuana. The 44 year old admitted it was hers and was issued a citation for possession. The 53 year old was taken to the hospital for treatment and claimed the 44 year old woman had shoved her in to the wall. Police were unable to substantiate those claims. *Hit and Run* 12:40 p.m. a 32 year old woman reported her Chrysler minivan had been hit some time Monday or Tuesday while parked at Wal-Mart. Damages are $500. There were no witnesses. 5:33 p.m. a 55 year old male reported the driver's side door was damaged on his Chevy some time Tuesday morning in the alley behind Church Street and 12th. Paint transfer indicates that another car door hit it. Damage is less than $1000. *Theft *1:27 p.m. a 35 year old employee of Sage Valley Junior High reported that a Pearl 14" snare drum and stand had been stolen from the school. It was last seen March 25th. Its value is estimated at $500. *Shoplifting* 2:09 p.m. An unknown man took an iPad Pro from the electronics department of Wal-Mart on Monday around 5:45 p.m. The suspect had an employee check the price, then waited for the employee to leave the area, which is when he allegedly walked behind the counter and grabbed the iPad, and walked out. He was seen driving a gray sedan. He is a white male with short brown hair and a short beard. The value of the iPad Pro is $599. *EMS Call* Sheriff's Deputies responded to South Highway 59 late Tuesday night, after a 20 year old reportedly shot himself in the leg while handling his 1911-style .45 ACP. *Aggravated Assault* 10:15 p.m. police responded to Campbell County Hospital after a 30 year old woman reported that her 44 year old boyfriend punched her in the face while strangling her during an argument. He was reportedly upset when she refused to drink with him due to her probation restrictions, and approached her with a knife. She attempted to escape by running to the front door, but the boyfriend reportedly grabbed her by the shoulders and pushed her to the ground. She attempted to use her cell phone to call 911 but it was taken. She was able to escape out of the sliding door of her apartment and asked for help from a 60 year old man sitting in his truck in the parking lot. While receiving treatment at the ER, officers noted that the right side of her face and ear were extremely swollen, and there was physical evidence she had been strangled. They are trying to locate the boyfriend. *Bar Fight *11:17 p.m. A 38 year old man was reportedly trying to start fights with other patrons at Fireside Bar, according to several witnesses. Bar staff attempted removing the man from the bar themselves. A 23 year old was punched in the face and had a bloody nose when police arrived. He was cited for assault and battery and asked to leave the premises. *Criminal Trespassing *12:07 a.m. Officers responded to Good Times after a couple was reportedly fighting in the parking lot. A 23 year old man was trying to stop his 25 year old girlfriend from driving home. The man was reportedly intoxicated. An employee of Good Times wanted the man trespassed from the property due to prior problems at the bar. He was cited for trespassing and left. *Information provided by Campbell County Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds and GPD Sergeant Jason Marcus.* #county17 #news