This week's local crime and court updates from Casper Star-Tribune.
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Police suspect the missing woman's finance had stolen money, changed her banking password, used her credit card without permission and deleted her Google account.
The new home will accommodate a growing force, rapidly expanding evidence database and foster a better relationship with the public, Casper police say.
Police have arrested a man considered a person of interest in the case of a Gillette woman who went missing under suspicious circumstances.
The trial of a man accused of killing a 2-year-old and putting his body in a dumpster was rescheduled for a second time over the objections of the prosecutor.
A nominating commission chose lawyers Joshua C. Eames, Eang M. Man-Heimann and Cynthia K. Sweet Howe as finalists for the post.
Francis Eckman was serving a 15- to 20-year sentence at the Torrington prison on a 2014 conviction of second-degree minor sexual assault.
Casper attorney Nichole Collier is set to become Natrona County's next circuit court judge.
A missing child kidnapped from Alaska has been found by the Gillette Police Department and local U.S. Marshals, officials said Friday.