Dispatch: Shoplifting at Sportsman's Warehouse; Search and Rescue; Dead turkeys

(Casper, Wyo.) – Here is a recap of law enforcement activity from around Natrona County from over the Christmas Holiday. 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* Michael D Baird, Casper, public intoxication, interference, petite larceny. Monika C Gibson, Casper, DWUI,New Mexico, failure to appear. Christina D Moon, Casper, FVPA Assault. Tony L Nash, Tennessee, breach of peace. Angela E Obert, Casper, domestic battery, interference w/PO. Andrew R Steele, Casper, failure to appear. Travis J Stevenson, Cheyenne, shoplifting, possession of controlled substance. Casper Police Officers responded to Sportsman's Warehouse for a report of a male who had stolen $94.98 worth of knives. He was arrested for shoplifting and possession of a controlled substance. *Total Arrests Reported: *10 *Calls:* Casper Police Department responded to *249* calls over the Christmas break including fifteen accidents, three animal noises, six assaults, four disturbances, three drugs, five family fights, nine fire assists, two frauds, four hit and runs, three public intoxication, and two shoplifting. *Arrests:* *Natrona County Sheriff's Office* Chad C Lopez, serve jail time. Loren E Fender, two failure to complies. Dakota L Hawkins, failure to comply. Delight H Brown, hold for CAC. Jason D Pietrzak, serve jail time. Kenneth E Cooper, serve jail time. Tyler L Moore, two failure to appears. *Mills Police Department* Jessie R Jones, failure to comply, two failure to appears. Marshal C Gonzales, DWUI. *Wyoming Highway Patrol* Matt B Kimball, DWUS, District Court Bench Warrant. Terry D Dickey, DWUI, DWUS, open container, no insurance. *Total Inmates Reported: *224 *Calls:* Natrona County Sheriff's Office responded to* 95 *calls including a report on Shady Lane of a neighbor dispute where a man shot his neighbor's dog after the dog ate several of the other man's turkeys. It was reported to Deputies that the owner had twenty-three turkeys and they were only able to locate nine alive. One of the neighbors commented, "We're both losers in this one." Deputies also responded on Christmas day to a structure fire on Geary Dome, on Christmas Eve they responded to a 911 call where the daughter accidentally called 911, when Deputies responded they were told that everything was okay and the little girl showed Deputies her stuffed Scooby-Doo and she appeared to be happy and healthy. NCSO and Search and Rescue responded to Casper Mountain Road for a reported lost X-County Skier a the Trials Center Saturday, Dec. 26th. The skier was later found safe. #oilcity #news