Officers took the fugitive into custody after a chase that reached speeds of nearly 80 mph, Mills police said in a statement.
A lawyer in the Wyoming Attorney General's office will be Natrona County's next district judge.
The Wyoming Supreme Court rejected the latest legal claims of former Casper gynecologist Paul Harnetty, who was convicted of sexually assaulting two of his patients.
Two contractors will have to pay a total of around $2 million to the family of a man killed as a result of poor traffic control during construction on an Evansville intersection.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to the suspect's arrest.
The man who'd barricaded himself in the Evansville home wanted to kill police officers, leaving them little choice, the prosecutor concluded.
The bullet appeared to leave exit and entry holes in the walls of a first-floor apartment building in east Casper late on May 30. No injuries from the stray bullet were reported.
A Casper man shot by police Monday had stalked his wife and pointed a gun at her in the days prior to his encounter with officers, newly filed court documents allege.
A Casper police officer shot and wounded a man while serving an arrest warrant in a domestic violence case on Monday, the department says.
As temperatures in Natrona County rise, car thefts are going up with them.
The opening of a Casper clinic that plans to offer abortions will likely be delayed by "at least several weeks" after a fire that police believe was intentionally set.
The Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday denied the appeal of a former Casper man now serving a 62-year-prison sentence for sexually assaulting multiple women.
"I have a lot of emotions," clinic founder Julie Burkhart said, following a fire that police suspect was intentionally set. "Anger is probably at the top of the list."
The new home will accommodate a growing force, rapidly expanding evidence database and foster a better relationship with the public, Casper police say.
A nominating commission chose lawyers Joshua C. Eames, Eang M. Man-Heimann and Cynthia K. Sweet Howe as finalists for the post.
Casper attorney Nichole Collier is set to become Natrona County's next circuit court judge.
Casper will move forward with the $8 million purchase of a downtown office building to serve as the city's new police headquarters, following a vote Tuesday from city council.
The transition to the new police building, including renovations, is expected to take two to three years if approved during a special meeting tonight.
Two of the suspects are 17, but have been charged as adults.
Blaine Clutter, 29, was barricaded inside an Evansville home for around 18 hours in March, after officers attempted to serve him an arrest warrant related to narcotics and narcotics distribution ordered by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
Letters from the board of directors and executive director of Art 321 allude to instances of verbal harassment, and misinformation being spread about the organization, though plaintiffs in an ongoing lawsuit have said those allegations are "baseless."
A former Casper police officer will serve one year of unsupervised probation, and no jail time, after pleading no contest to a reckless endangerment charge Thursday.
The 84-year-old received probation rather than prison time, his lawyer said in court, in part because of his old age and “serious health conditions.”
A jury found Ryan Hilyard guilty of two counts of child abuse in November. An affidavit states he and his wife, Sarah, drugged, beat and kicked a child in their home.
Police chased a suspected stolen vehicle through two counties at speeds that sometimes reached over 100 mph.
A DCI commander based in Casper said the agency was serving both an arrest warrant and a search warrant tied to drug distribution on Blaine Clutter prior to the standoff.
The package was brought to the Natrona County Sheriff's Office as evidence in an ongoing investigation, according to a sheriff's spokesperson.
Andrew Steplock is still set to serve the rest of his life in prison, a judgment filed last week in Natrona County District Court says.