This week's local crime and court updates from Casper Star-Tribune.
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Terry Lee Burch was initially charged with one felony count of burglary, but according to court documents the only thing police found he had taken from the home was a small china dish.
A driver was taken to a hospital with serious injuries after driving into a home Friday morning in Casper.
Court documents allege the defendant used the company’s signature stamp to write herself checks between 2012 and 2018, while she was employed as a secretary and accountant.
Natrona County law enforcement is looking for a man in connection to a shooting that occurred early Monday outside a local strip club.
A Casper man pleaded to three felonies in Natrona County District Court, admitting to sexually abusing an underage girl multiple times over several years.
The Albany County Sheriff's officer who shot and killed Robbie Ramirez in 2018 has resigned from the office.
A Natrona County woman is accused of threatening people with a gun and shooting at a man’s foot and motor home during a dispute over parking in Alcova on Monday.
Officers found a GPS tracker hidden in the victim's bumper, actively transmitting her location data, court records show.
Authorities continue to search for the suspect in a shooting at Northern Dreams Strip Club. Meanwhile, the victim remains hospitalized.
A heavy law enforcement presence was in the area. Officers appeared to be calling to someone inside an apartment and telling them to surrender.
The city of Casper is trying to end a years-long lawsuit over a police shooting that killed a man walking down 15th Street in 2018.
Bruce Charles Leslie, originally from Casper, was serving a life sentence in Torrington after being convicted of first-degree sexual assault invasion in 1999 in Carbon County.
Patrick Rose was hospitalized for psychiatric issues in SageWest Health Care in Lander on Thanksgiving Day 2020, when, according to hospital staff, he rushed out of his own room, into an elderly woman’s room, and gouged out the woman’s eye.