Following are the new additions in the Natrona County Detention Center at 6:17 a.m. July 23 and 24, 2019. Along with the inmates’ names are their age, the arresting agency and the charges for which they have been detained. Outcomes of cases are not included in this report. For the complete inmate roster dated July 24, 2019, visit trib. com.

Tuesday additions


Shaun Kiser, 33, NCSO, criminal warrant, fail to appear; Claus Bouska, 45, MPD, hold for probation and parole; William Presfield, 19, MPD, hold for probation and parole; Phillip Houser, 30, MPD, hold for probation and parole; Christina Parkhurst Zaragaza, 22, MPD, hold for probation and parole; Benjamin Macias, 35, CPD, attempts/conspire, drugs/conspiracy, domestic assault, interference with peace officer; Douglas Pope, 48, MPD, fail to comply; Leon Spoonhunter, 33, CPD, public intoxication; Cherylynn Grunwald, 24, CPD, fail to appear; William Manley, 48, CPD, burglary, possession of burglar’s tools, child endangering.

Wednesday additions:

William Annett, 34, EPD, burglary, criminal entry; Gerald Dehnert, 59, EPD, criminal entry, burglary; Dona Jacobs, 34, EPD, criminal entry, burglary; Marcos Montes-Castaneda, 29, INS, immigration hold; Wayne Lange, 53, NCSO, courtesy hold/other agency; John Gardner, 51, NCSO, courtesy hold/other agency; Dustin Burke, 40, EPD, domestic assault; Tyler Davis, 44, NCSO, courtesy hold/other agency; Jasper Half, 38, NCSO, courtesy hold/other agency; Timothy Duncan, 25, NCSO, courtesy hold/other agency; William Dinges, 23, NCSO, serve jail time; Kevin Goggles, 41, NCSO, fail to comply; Devon Morehead, 19, CPD, suspended/revoked driver’s license, no insurance; Deborah Hawes, 27, CPD, compliance auto insurance, DWUS, reckless driving, registration violation, interference with peace officer, attempt to elude, DWUI, vandalism/destruction of property.

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Sally Ann Shurmur arrived at the Star-Tribune to cover sports two weeks after graduating from the University of Wyoming and now serves as community news editor. She was raised in Laramie and is a passionate fan of Cowboys football, food and family.

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