Dispatch: Thefts; DUIs; Biker eludes police; Alleged pill theft

This is your law enforcement report for Tuesday. All calls took place between 6 a.m April 12th and 6 a.m. April 13th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Arrests* *Jordan Callender, 22, Gillette*, served a warrant in detention. *Joshua Fronk, 27, Gillette*, arrested for DUI. *Dalton Gotschall, 20, Gillette*, served with a bond revocation and a felony possession warrant while in detention for other felony drug charges. *Ambrocio Jaramillo, 25, Gillette*, arrested for a bench warrant. *McKayla Lang, 26, Gillette*, arrested for a probation violation. *Haylie Mills, 21, Gillette*, arrested for a bench warrant when his ex-girlfriend reported him to the Sheriff's Office for repeatedly sending her texts. *Michael Pearce, 52, Gillette*, stopped for failing to maintain his lane, arrested for a DUI. He was a .10 at detention. *Nikolay Schwaesdall, 23, Gillette*, sentenced prisoner. *Jennifer Study, 32, Gillette*, arrested for a warrant. *Alvin Tallman, 36, Rock Springs*, arrested for felony destruction of property and littering. *Aracely Villegas, 25, Gillette*, arrested for a bench warrant. *Ashley Voegele, 24, Gillette*, arrested for probation violation and a bench warrant. *Calls* *Accident* 9:04 a.m. a Sheriff's deputy was unable to make a left turn on Sunny Slope Road and ran over a barbed wire fence. Damage to the patrol vehicle is in excess of $1000. *Hit and Run* 10:55 a.m. a 21 year old woman reported that her car was hit on the 10th of April in the Wal-Mart parking lot. There was more than $1000 damage to the front bumper. *Theft* 12:50 p.m. a 36 year old woman reported to Gillette Police that approximately 20 hydroxizine and 20 chlordiazepoxide pills were missing from her prescription bottles. When asked to sign a prescription theft form she refused. She was directed to someone who could help her manage her medications. 4:55 p.m. a 48 year old man reported that two people have been squatting in a trailer on East 5th Street. He gave them an eviction notice on April 9th. When they moved out on April 12th, they allegedly took a 12 foot dog kennel. $150 loss. 6:37 p.m. a 37 year old woman reported that her cell phone had been taken from the Rec Center. $400 loss. 10:41 p.m. a 32 year old man was seen by witnesses at Fireside bar stuffing a bottle of Black Velvet under his sweater. The bottle reportedly fell from his sweater and hit the ground, and staff saw him try to conceal it. They took the bottle and put it back on the shelf, but he is out on bond and is not supposed to violate any laws. He was trespassed from the property. *Destruction of Property* 2:42 p.m. a 31 year old woman reported the rear window of her Ford Expedition had been shattered either at her apartment or her place of employment. Damages are $500. *Child Neglect* 2:45 p.m. a 32 year old man reported to the Douglas Police Department that his two year old son had blisters on his cheeks, that allegedly happened when the boy was with his 24 year old mother, who is a Gillette resident. The mother was interviewed by Gillette Police, who determined the blisters were caused by a sunburn. She told police her son had seen a doctor about it. Police are still investigating. *Breach of Peace* 2:59 p.m. Twin Spruce Junior High two 14 year old boys were in a fight after school. There were no injuries and they are going to be talked to by the school resource officer today. *Juvenile Problems* 5:37 p.m. a man wanted his 16 year old daughter arrested to "scare her" in to behaving. Sheriff's deputies informed him they do not do that. *Eluding* 3:23 p.m. Police attempted to stop a motorcycle that was allegedly speeding, 42 in a 30 mph zone, on Prairie View Drive. The biker sped away from officers and was reportedly weaving in and out of traffic, passing cars in no passing zones at high speeds. A Sheriff's deputy spotted the bike turning in to the Hitching Post Trailer Court, and was able to stop him the 26 year old man. He claimed that he never saw or heard officers, and he did have headphones in. He was cited for eluding, passing in a no passing zone, failing to maintain his lane, and speeding. *Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and CCSO Captain Eric Seeman.* #county17 #news