Arrests, Arraignments for Friday, Sept. 10

Arrests & Arraignments

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 by the Campbell County Attorney’s Office.

This list has been supplemented with information on arraignments from the courts. Arrests will be reported after compiling the information from law enforcement press briefings on the prior day('s') events. Arraignments (which occur each business day at 1:30 p.m.) will be included for the previous business day.

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Arrests
  • Dustyn Byrne, Gillette, felony warrant- probation violation/revocation
  • Kelli Garcia-Irwin, Gillette, no insurance, DUI, DUS, failure to stop for flashing signals
  • Daniel Glatt, Gillette, criminal inquiry
  • Tristan Penrose, Gillette, failure to stop for stop sign (x4), DUI
  • Frank Sneeden Jr., Gillette, criminal inquiry
  • Deanne Sparks, Gillette, warrant- probation violation/revocation (x2)
  • Undisclosed Individual, felony aggravated assault

Arraignments

  • Keith Massey, larceny
  • Jesse Veatch, possession of a controlled substance
  • Jason Kearns, possession of a controlled substance
  • Deanne Sparks, DUI- drugs, DUS- second offense, no insurance, warrant- probation revocation (x2)

Note: The ages of all individuals are now redacted from the arrest report, as well as the names of those charged with a felony. This new policy from the Campbell County Sheriff's Office (S.O.) was at the direction of the County Attorney’s Office. County 17 has worked with the courts to obtain publicly available information on those individuals being arraigned in order to provide information which was previously received from the S.O. County 17 does not guarantee this to be a full or complete list given the multiple sources needed to compile the information.

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