Here are the C17 Crime Clips for April 6, 2021, obtained through law enforcement reports from the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) and the Gillette Police Department (GPD).
Failure to register, Boxelder Rd, CCSO, April 5
A 41-year-old male was cited around 9:30 a.m. for failing to notify the CCSO of his new place of employment, given his status as a registered sex offender, according to CCSO Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds. The new employment was found printed on civil paperwork, after which the company was contacted and confirmed the male worked there. A report will be filed with the Campbell County Attorney’s Office, per Reynolds.
Vandalism, Edwards St, GPD, April 5
Several park structures at the Dalby Memorial Park were found to be damaged around 9 a.m. by an unknown vehicle that appeared to have left the roadway, according to GPD Corporal Steve Dillard. Tire tracks were observed in the grass, a light fixture was knocked off its concrete base, and several playground pieces had been torn from the ground, Dillard said. There are no suspects and the investigation is ongoing.
Theft from auto, Gillette Ave, GPD, April 5
At 5:08 p.m., a 52-year-old male reported to police that someone entered his unsecured Ford sedan and removed a federal stimulus debit card, credit cards, and approximately $100 in cash, Dillard said. The vehicle had not been locked and the drivers side window was down. There are no suspects and the investigation is ongoing.
Theft, Hwy 14-16, GPD, April 5
At 5:56 p.m., a 35-year-old female reported that a black Galaxy Note 10 cell phone, valued at $1,300, was missing, according to Dillard. The phone belonged to her husband, who believed it had either been lost or stolen at the Fireside Lounge between 8:30 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. the previous night. The phone could not be tracked or pinged due to it’s security restrictions and was not turned into bar staff, Dillard said, adding that the matter is under investigation.
Probation violation, South Douglas Hwy, GPD, April 6
Police contacted a 32-year-old male sleeping in a running vehicle at the Goodtimes Lounge around 1:43 a.m., according to Dillard. The male reportedly told officers that he had decided to sleep in the vehicle as an alternative to driving home while intoxicated. Officers located the vehicle keys in the male’s boot and determined they were not easily accessible. The male was not charged with driving under the influence, but he was on probation with alcohol restrictions and a report will be forwarded to the Campbell County Attorney’s office, Dillard said. Officers contacted a ride share service to take the male home.
C17 Crime Clips strives to provide the most comprehensive list of law enforcement interactions with the public, however, some information will be withheld to protect the identities of the victims or to avoid compromising ongoing criminal investigations.