This week's local crime and court updates from Casper Star-Tribune.
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Detectives are recommending charges of aggravated child abuse and murder in the case.
Court documents state that on Aug. 6, Wollitz drove Robert Land and Darron Monroe to a residence in Mills to pick up a woman Land suspected of pocketing more than $100 from selling methamphetamine he had given her.
The one attacker who did not use a VPN was traced to a Maryland residential broadband connection.
Jason Ravnsborg, the state's top law enforcement officer, indicated he will not step down while he waits for the case against him to proceed.
Notes of condolence and dozens of stuffed animals were attached to a chain-link fence partially surrounding a dumpster at the apartment complex Monday.
Police suspect the pair were involved in stealing a black GMC Yukon, later found in Cheyenne by its owner. After the shootout, the two were taken to a hospital, where Hailey Stainbrook died.
A Casper woman died and an Evansville man was gravely injured in a shootout with police in Nebraska.
A widow is planning to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the South Dakota attorney general for fatally hitting her late husband with his car last September.
The highway patrol says no one was injured during the exchange of gunfire, which happened during a chase on Interstate 80.
Jackie Carabajal Jr. faces one felony charge of aggravated assault and battery to a pregnant woman and a pair of misdemeanors for interfering with an emergency call and his second domestic battery offense in five years.
Webster will also serve three years of supervised probation on a suspended two- to three-year prison sentence.
University of Wyoming police said Thursday the FBI is helping to investigate the incident.
South Dakota’s Republican attorney general has been charged with misdemeanor careless driving after he struck and killed a man with his car.
Gayle Scarborough was found to have used $8,347 of taxpayer money for personal or unnecessary expenditures on the WCDA’s dime. As part of her sentence, she will pay that same amount in restitution.