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Following are the new additions in the Natrona County Detention Center at 6:17 a.m. April 28, 29, and 30, 2018. Along with the inmates’ names are the date on which they were arrested, 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 rosters dated April 28, 29, and 30, 2018, visit trib.com.

Saturday additions:

Gerald Finch, 49, NCSO, serve jail time; Thomas Moss, 38, USMA, contract hold/billing; Branden Robinson, 22, CPD, controlled substance possession, hold for probation and parole; Jonathan Wentz, 22, CPD, aggravated assault, controlled substance possession; Tyler Thomas, 34, NCSO, serve jail time; Rebecca Frontela, 20, NCSO, fail to appear; Jermiah Bagwell, 34, NCSO, DWUI; Melanie Wales, 21, MPD, controlled substance possession meth.

Sunday additions:

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Carlos Salazar, 43, MPD, criminal warrant; Brian Markowski, 62, CPD, DWUI, compliance auto insurance, open container in vehicle; Robert Butt, 42, MPD, DWUI, DWUS, compliance auto insurance, driving without interlock device; Luke Steensen, 31, EPD, DWUI, driving without interlock device, careless driving; Billy Carter, 39, CPD, NCIC hit; Sara Williams, 35, CPD, violate FVPA court order, domestic battery; Thomas King, 49, NCSO, county warrant/hold for agency; Rodney Stenzel, 21, NCSO, DWUI, driver’s license; Russell Frerichs, 41, CPD, public intoxication; Bryton Ramos, 23, EPD, public intoxication; Thomas Frech, 67, NCSO, DWUI; Laura Ouellet, 34, CPD, DWUI, open container in vehicle, controlled substance possession; Zachary Rausch, 19, CPD, loan ID to another, MIP-state.

Monday additions:

Bobby Davis, 29, CPD, controlled substance possession meth, fail to appear; Damiona Faulkner, 28, CPD, fail to comply; James Lumbert, 55, MPD, turn signal required, improper lane change signal, no driver’s license in possession, insurance liability, DWUI, county warrant/hold for agency; Dennis Harju, 61, CPD, public intoxication.

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Community News Editor

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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