Natrona County's Most Wanted - August 2013

August 18, 2013 6:00 am

DISCLAIMER: These warrants may or may not be valid at the time of your viewing. If you have any information on anyone listed in these warrants, please contact local law enforcement or Crime Stoppers at 307-577-TIPS. DO NOT attempt to apprehend them.

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  • Wanted for: Probation violation — possession of a controlled substance

    Year of birth: 1992

    Original Crime: Brandon Bernhardt was pulled over on Beverly Street in January after officers recognized him from an active arrest warrant.

    The officers instructed Bernhardt to exit his truck, and as he did so, officers witnessed him drop a small Ziploc bag onto the bed of the truck.

    Officers escorted Bernhardt to the patrol car and searched his person. They found a small glass pipe in his right pants pocket, according to Bernhardt’s arrest affidavit. Both the pipe and the substance inside the bag were tested with a NARCO field test kit, which indicated a presumptive positive for methamphetamine.

  • Wanted for: Probation violation — possession of a controlled substance

    Year of birth: 1992

    Original Crime: There is no additional information at this time.

  • Wanted for: Probation violation — DUI

    Year of birth: 1974

    Original Crime: A Natrona County Sheriff’s Office corporal pulled Gregory Jackson over on June 8, after a Jackson’s truck reportedly crossed over the center line on Casper Mountain Road.

    Jackson told the corporal that he had drunk three beers since noon, and the corporal could faintly smell alcohol on Jackson’s breath, the officials state.

    The corporal asked Jackson to do a nine-step walk test to prove he was not intoxicated. Jackson reportedly started the test but stopped and admitted he was too drunk to continue.

    Jackson was placed under arrest, and a later breathalyzer test revealed his blood alcohol level was at a .21.

  • Wanted for: Failure to appear — possession of a controlled substance

    Year of birth: 1981

    Original Crime: Casper police say on April 13, Samuel Redd flagged down officers after his vehicle stopped on the roadway on Ridgecrest Drive. He believed the transmission was out and requested help moving the vehicle.

    Redd initially lied about his identity, prompting the officer to ask to search Redd’s car, his affidavit states. A small plastic bag with white crystals was reportedly lodged underneath the lip of the front passenger seat. The officer tested the crystals and got a presumptive positive result for methamphetamine.

    The police dispatch additionally ran a check on Redd and found two prior convictions for possession of a controlled substance.

  • Wanted for: Probation violation — possession of a controlled substance

    Year of birth: 1991

    Original Crime: Smith was arrested on April 23, 2012, after Casper Police found items that tested presumptive positive for marijuana. Police had been responding to a call about a fight and found Smith passed out in the driver’s seat of a vehicle, his affidavit states.

    In 2011, police pulled Smith over for an improper lane change and searched his vehicle after reportedly smelling “burnt marijuana.” The officer reportedly found one glass pipe, several “Zig-Zag” rolling papers and 16 “Spice Containers.”

  • Wanted for: Probation violation — FVPA, probation violation — breach of peace, failure to appear — interference, breach of peace

    Year of birth: 1989

    Original Crime: Laramie Stamper was arrested twice at the beginning of 2013, once for allegedly slapping his girlfriend in February and another time for breaching peace in March when deputies responded to his Bar Nunn home for a fight.

    Stamper’s girlfriend told deputies she and Stamper got into a screaming fight on the evening of Feb. 13 that soon escalated into Stamper throwing an open beer can at her face and breaking the hallway window of their home.

    The two pushed each other, and Stamper’s girlfriend admitted to deputies that she punched Stamper in the face several times. She said she made a comment about Stamper’s mother, to which Stamper responded by slapping her across the face.

    On March 26, deputies again responded to a report of a family fight with Stamper. Deputies had not yet placed him under arrest, but Stamper became incensed and began screaming racial slurs at his girlfriend and her mother, the affidavit states. He was booked for breach of peace.

  • Wanted for: Probation violation, possession of a controlled substance

    Year of birth: 1991

    Original Crime: Smith was arrested on April 23, 2012, after Casper Police found items that tested presumptive positive for marijuana. Police had been responding to a call about a fight and found Smith passed out in the driver’s seat of a vehicle, his affidavit states.

    In 2011, police pulled Smith over for an improper lane change and searched his vehicle after reportedly smelling “burnt marijuana.” The officer reportedly found one glass pipe, several “Zig-Zag” rolling papers and 16 “Spice Containers.”

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  1. Bungus
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    Bungus - August 20, 2013 10:59 pm
    It is sad to see so many young people with their lives already flushed down the toilet.

    P.S: Is Gregory Jackson giving us "The People's Eyebrow?"
  2. Sassy
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    Sassy - August 18, 2013 7:49 am
    Note to Laramie-

    Don't throw a cheesy smile at the jailer for your mugshot. It will haunt you
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