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Arrests, arraignments for Monday, Jan. 23

Just Criminal Law Arrests & Arraignments on County 17

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Arrests are 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.


  • Noah J. Atherton, Gillette, alcohol greater than .08%/DWUI
  • William E. Bargmann, Gillette, knowingly operate or permit operation of a vehicle on any highway unless a valid certificate of title/registration and license plates have been issues, interference with officer, DWUS (subsequent offenses), compulsory auto insurance, fail to stop for stop sign
  • Ramiro Borunda Borduna, Gillette, alcohol greater than .08%/DWUI
  • Ruben A. Castro, Gillette, probation violation/revocation
  • Dawnica A. Conner, Gillette, criminal inquiry
  • Nelson A. Freeman, Gillette, unlawful possession-plant for less than 3 ounces
  • Unidentified individual, unlawful possession-meth or schedule I or II narcotic
  • Male juvenile offender, criminal inquiry
  • Jason R. Harris, Gillette, bond revocation
  • Garcia B. Hatten, Gillette, sentenced prisoner
  • Shawn C. Hyde, Gillette, bond revocation x 2, unlawful possession-powder or crystalline form less than 3 grams, unlawful possession-pill or capsule for less than 3 grams, bond revocation
  • Jason A. Kearns, Gillette, probation violation/revocation
  • Brayden M. Larson, Gillette, youthful offender DWUI, unlawful possession-plant form less than 3 ounces, lamps and other equipment, minor with tobacco, open container by vehicle operator
  • Ryan L. Larson, Gillette, speeding, DWUI .08% after two hours after driving
  • Danielle M. Limberhand, Gillette, criminal inquiry
  • Ruby A. Maki, Gillette, interference with officer
  • Roger M. Mangum, Billings, violate family protection order
  • Katelyn M. Matuse, Gillette, contempt of court/bench warrant x 3
  • Maria D. Mendoza, Gillette, no valid drivers license, DWUI .08% after two hours after driving, speeding too fast for conditions
  • Reann A. Nordheim, 24/7 violation-swab
  • Frank A. Novella, Gillette, failure to maintain a lane of travel, alcohol greater than .08%/DWUI, failure to report collision with unattended vehicle
  • Colm M. Oconnor, Gillette, driving with cancelled/suspender/revoked license
  • Dustin W. Ostert, Gillette, open container by vehicle operator, speeding, DWUS (subsequent offenses), DWUI .08% after two hours after driving, compulsory auto insurance
  • Unidentified individual, escape from official detention, if the detention is the result of a conviction for a felony (felony)
  • Jenise J. Polnow, Gillette, public intoxication
  • Brianna L. Reed, Gillette, failure to stop for stop sign, use/under the influence of drugs, DWUI controlled substance to a degree which renders incapable of safely driving
  • Male juvenile offender, probation violation/revocation
  • Mindy R. Stoner, Gillette, failure to maintain lane of travel, unrestrained child/not in seat, DWUI with child passenger
  • Shane K. Sumners, Gillette, bond revocation x 2, breach of peace, criminal inquiry x 2
  • Female juvenile offender, criminal inquiry


  • Isaac Mckenna, POCS – Crystal, POCS – Liquid, POCS – marijuana. Bond revocation: use credit card, theft
  • Christian Oueilhe, attempted escape (felony), interference with police officer x 2 (misdemeanor)
  • Mark Noles, aggravated robbery, possession of a deadly weapon, breach of peace x 3, destruction of property
  • Devynn Saathoff, POCS, failure to display (both bond revocation)
  • Bobbie Myers, use controlled substance-contempt of court, FTP

More information on our Arrests & Arraignments policies is available here.

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