Natrona County's Most Wanted - March 2013

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Natrona County's Most Wanted - March 2013

Natrona County's Most Wanted - March 2013

Natrona County's Most Wanted - March 2013

Donald Ray Sothan

Donald Ray Sothan

Donald Sothan and his alleged cohort were charged with stealing about $5,000 worth of pipe from Inter-Mountain Pipe and Threading Company.

Scott Anthony Seaman

Scott Anthony Seaman

Police say Scott Seaman stole a bank bag containing nearly $3,700 of cash and checks from the Powder River Veteran’s Club.

Tyler Christian Sims

Tyler Christian Sims

Police say Tyler Sims and a friend broke a window at the Western Grill and stole a gumball machine.

Shawn Patrick

Shawn Patrick

Shawn Patrick was charged with assault and battery by “touching another in a rude, angry, insolent matter by punching subject in the face.”

Quintin Ray Beekman

Quintin Ray Beekman

Quintin Beekman reportedly assaulted a woman whom he suspected of having other men in her apartment.

Matthew Bell

Matthew Bell

Matthew Bell allegedly violated probation by testing positive for methamphetamine and failing to attend probation meetings.

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  1. wyomingbrian
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    wyomingbrian - March 30, 2013 11:29 am
    Stealing a gumball machine? Give him the death penalty!!!!
  2. DK
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    DK - March 27, 2013 6:28 am
    After reading all the comments and the article, just confirms, casper is the little city that wants to be. Regardless, it has become the armpit of Wyoming.
  3. AFY
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    AFY - March 22, 2013 11:55 am
    That dudes name is Seaman.
  4. N3crix
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    N3crix - March 20, 2013 8:02 am
    Wait, dont we have all these new cops and cop cars and drones and stuff. Why do I need to do your freaking police work? Get bent CPD.
  5. Meg
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    Meg - March 19, 2013 9:57 am
    This is ridiculous. I thought your job was getting a news story. Not posting crap that is a misdemeanor violation.
  6. balloon boy
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    balloon boy - March 19, 2013 7:28 am
    This little feature is kind of dull in the light of what the real criminals in Natrona county are up to . Perhaps the trib could feature all of the all of antique car collectors that are violating the laws that were just made up by the county commission . Dana Jones could be shown spread eagle in cuffs across the hood of one of his 1970, SS, big block chevelles that is numbers matching , and original down to the hose clamps . They are now illegal to own in the county . Another good mug shot that county attorney Bill Knight is after would show Gale Zimmerman being arrested in front of one of his antique ford trucks he was planning on restoring , and getting a cavity search . Gene Wallace , and Wayne Laing would read him his rights , and haul him off to jail . The county commission can provide mug shots of rogue county residents for all to see . This will help the county clean up effort according to Commissioners Bill McDowell , and Rob Hendry .
  7. mr
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    mr - March 18, 2013 2:03 pm
    Yeah. It's just awesome. Please note that midemeanor warrants are usually only state-wide warrants . In some cases a surrounding state warrant and they may or may not extradite. If you are hooked up on a misdemeanor just move to North Dakota and get a job
  8. WyoJeff
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    WyoJeff - March 18, 2013 8:13 am
    I'm glad to see this. Please make it a weekly time in the paper form now on.
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