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Inmate roster
Inmate roster

Inmate roster


Following are the new additions in the Natrona County Detention Center at 6:17 a.m. October 12, 13, and 14, 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 October 12, 13, and 14, 2019, visit

Saturday additions:

  • Marcus Morris, 39, CPD, controlled substance possession; Seth Burrer, 18, CPD, marijuana possession; Lanaya Driftwood, 27, CPD, suspended/reveoked driver’s license enhanced; Samantha Spicer, 28, MPD, fail to appear; Korbin Hinkle, 18, CPD, suspended/revoked driver’s license revoked, no insurance, improper registration; Daniel Valenzuela, 31, CPD, public intoxication; Cristian Curry, 24, EPD, DWUI; Caswey Brown, 22, CPD, disturbance.

Sunday additions:

  • Justin Nitcy, 19, CPD, felonious restraint, MIP-state, DWUI, driver’s license, aggravated assault, domestic battery, probation revocation by police officer; Anthony Salazar, 27, CPD, interference with peace officer; Leslie Simon, 27, MPD, compliance auto insurance, fail to comply, controlled substance possession meth; Guy Weakland, 60, MPD, criminal warrant; Misty Fleetwood, 46, CPD, controlled substance possession meth, fail to comply, controlled substance possession (times 2); Kimberly Montoya, 48, EPD, unauthorized use of motor vehicle; Ray Farley, 37, NCSO, criminal warrant; Jordan Maly, 26, CPD, marijuana possession, public intoxication; Bradley Sheets, 41, NCSO, domestic battery; Sergio Gomez, 28, MPD, open container in public, DWUI.

Monday additions:

James Perea, 55, CPD, fail to appear; Brenton Livermore, 27, MPD, criminal warrant; Adrian Martinez, 20, CPD, public intoxication; Matthew Mitchell, 26, NCSO, serve jail time; Sheila Snapp, 43, CPD, DWUI, open container in vehicle, driving without interlock device.

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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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