Dispatch: Man arrested for disruptive behavior in the ER after 'rough night'

(Casper, Wyo.) – Here is a recap of law enforcement activity from around Natrona County from the last 24 hours. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges filed are subject to change following official filing from Natrona County District Attorney’s Office. *Arrests:* *Casper Police Department* Buck T Bingham, Utah, shoplifting and possession of controlled substance. Andrew L Boyer, Gillette, disturbance. Casper Police Officers responded to the area of N. Elk Street and E. A Street in reference to a suspicious incident. The complaint came from a woman at a residence on Elk Street who advised dispatch that a man came to her residence, banged on the door aggressively, and "demanded for a jacket and shoes," according to police records. The male also told the resident to look out for police because they were in the area. The woman became very uneasy with the man's aggressive behavior and was fearful. She reportedly gave the man a sweatshirt and the man left the area. The woman called 911 and reported that the man was wearing her white sweatshirt and no shoes. Officers located the described and identified him as Andrew L Boyer. It was reported in court records that all Boyer would tell officers was he "had a rough night." Boyer could not locate his vehicle and did not have a jacket or shoes and could not recall the events from last night. He was evasive with answers to officers and would not tell officers where his car was or how he came to be without clothing. Boyer eventually said he had lost his jacket and shoes in the ER. Boyer submitted a portable breath test which registered 0.000 and reports indicate that he appeared tired however was coherent. Boyer was asked if he needed EMS and he reported no, and that he would walk to the ER on his own. Officers allowed him to walk to the ER. Later, officers responded to the Wyoming Medical Center ER in reference to Boyer being disruptive. Officers spoke with security officers at the ER who explained to them that they responded to the male walking around one of the floors looking for his shoes and jacket. The staff found a jacket hanging in the elevator and gave it to Boyer. Officers then spoke with another person working the triage station at the hospital who advised that Boyer had come in complaining of blackouts throughout the night before and had no recollection of his "rough night." He was then admitted to the ER and he was seen by a doctor. Boyer reportedly became agitated and refused to go to the room. Reports indicate that Boyer started becoming loud in the ER which caused other staff to look at him to ensure he did not become violent. He continued to get agitated and disruptive to other patients. Reports indicate that his behavior escalated to the point that the doctor asked him to leave the ER to ensure the safety of the staff and other patients. Officers met with Boyer at the security station. Reports indicate that Boyer was wearing a surgical mask. Boyer was asked by officers why he was wearing the mask and he said because he was sick. Due to Boyer's previous actions on N Elk Street, his disruption in the hospital and in the ER, he was arrested and transported to Natrona County Detention Center and arrested for Disturbance. En route to the detention center it was reported that Boyer remembered everything from the night before, but, "did not like talking to cops" and was not going to tell Police where his vehicle was or what happened from last night. Connie L Buck, Natrona County, two Criminal Warrants. Nathan A Check, Mills, public intoxication. David S Johnson, Casper, Civil Bench Warrant. Joshua R Trumbull, Casper, failure to comply. *Total Arrests Reported: *7 *Calls:* Casper Police Department responded to 145 calls including two animal noises, one disturbance, four drugs, four family fights, three hit and runs, one indecent exposure along 15th Street, and two shoplifting. *Arrests:* *Natrona County Sheriff's Office* Harley L Davis, bond revocation. Raven D Abbott, failure to comply. Randy J Seaberg, serve jail time. Stacie L Small, domestic battery. Trevor W Brinkerhoff, two failure to appears, failure to comply, two Criminal Bench Warrants. *Mills Police Department* Chad T Mulloy, failure to appear, reckless endangering, interference w/PO. *Calls:* Natrona County Sheriff's Office responded to 36 calls including one report of a weapon offense along 33 Mile Road. A woman reported that her dog was shot by the neighbor and the neighbor was shooting at her horses and chickens. The two parties worked through the issue and no further action was taken by NCSO. NCSO also assisted with Search and Rescue for juveniles reported lost on Casper Mountain, the group was found soon after the report was filed. #oilcity #news