Here’s a summary of all things crime that occurred in and around Gillette yesterday, obtained through law enforcement reports from the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) and the Gillette Police Department (GPD).
Theft, May 3, Hannum Rd, CCSO
Deputies are investigating a theft on Hannum Road where a 66-year-old male reported an unspecified amount of frozen pork was taken from an unoccupied trailer house in Hoyt’s Trailer Court, according to CCSO Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds. The male, who owns the trailer court, went to check the meat on May 2 and discovered it missing. There are no suspects and no leads, per Reynolds.
Escape, May 3, Raymond St, CCSO
Brittany Border, 29, has been listed as an escapee from the Volunteers of America (VOA) facility as of May 4, Reynolds said. Border, who has ties in Casper, was scheduled to return from work on May 3 at 6:30 p.m., 30 minutes after her shift ended at a local restaurant, but failed to do so. Border was to remain with the VOA until December, Reynolds said.
Destruction of property, May 3, Collins Rd, GPD
Officers took a report from a 59-year-old male around 8:20 a.m. Monday who advised his house and vehicle had been shot with paintballs. Cleanup costs are estimated to be $20 and there no suspects, according to GPD Lt. Brent Wasson.
Drugs, May 3, Shoshone Ave, GPD
A 37-year-old female was arrested for possession of methamphetamine after officers located her sleeping in a gray Kia near the intersection of Shoshone Avenue and Olive Avenue around 9:30 a.m. yesterday, Wasson said. Upon contact, the female consented to a search. Officers reportedly located a syringe with brown residue that tested presumptive positive for meth.
Destruction of property, May 3, Blue Ave, GPD
At 11:18 a.m., a 32-year-old male reported to police that someone had broken out a taillight on his Nissan Pickup that was parked on Blue Avenue. The male believes the incident occurred sometime in the last four days and resulted in $200 worth of damage, Wasson said. There are no suspects.
Fraud, May 3, Boxelder Rd, GPD
Hotel staff at the Home2 Suites reported that a recently checked-out female guest did not pay for her five-day stay, valued at $563.00, Wasson said. Staff reported that the credit card provided by the female was not valid, and the phone number she used to check in was disconnected. The investigation is ongoing.
Probation violation, May 3, Gurley Ave, GPD
Officers located and spoke with a 21-year-old female around 10:19 p.m. last night nearly Gurley Avenue and 12th Street who called 9-1-1 upset to report that she was intoxicated and on unsupervised probation, Wasson said. She was arrested for violating the terms of her probation.
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