Bookings for Wednesday, Oct. 7

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Here are the arrests, as provided by the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office. Some names have been withheld at the request of law enforcement. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filing from the Campbell County Attorney’s Office.



Unidentified Individual, Undisclosed, Bond revocation

Daniel Bloom, Gillette, Contempt – municipal bench warrant

Marissa Coy, Gillette, Unlawful possession – schedule I, II, or III, use under the influence of narcotics

Unidentified Individual, Undisclosed, Use/under the influence of narcotics, bond revocation

Tyler Hayes, Gillette, Probation violation/revocation

Debra Hurlburt, Gillette, Unlawful possession – plant from less than 3 ounces, public intoxication

Melvin Ipina, El Monte, CA, Criminal inquiry

Unidentified Individual, Undisclosed, Bond revocation (x6), unlawful possession – powder or crystalline form less than 3 grams

Talisa Knapp, Gillette, Contempt of court/bench warrant

Unidentified Individual, Undisclosed, Probation violation/revocation (x2)

Jessica Nedved, Gillette, Interfering with an officer, contempt – municipal bench warrant

Amber Neel, Gillette, Unlawful possession – plant form less than 3 ounces

Timothy Newman, Gillette, Domestic battery (x2), breach of peace

Unidentified Individual, Undisclosed, Criminal inquiry (x2), contempt of court/bench warrant, contempt – municipal bench warrant (x2)

Dean Reed, Gillette, Domestic assault


Note: The ages of these individuals are now redacted from the arrest report, as well as the names of those charged with a felony. This is a new policy at the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office as directed by the County Attorney’s Office. 


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