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Arrests, Arraignments for Friday, March 17

Just Criminal Law Arrests & Arraignments on County 17

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.


  • Daniel J. Bloom, Gillette, criminal inquiry
  • Peter J. Boyle, Casper, sentenced prisoner
  • Steven R. Brown, Gillette, sanction
  • Mary D. Bussy, Gillette, criminal inquiry
  • Unidentified Individual, reckless endangering, felony attempted 2nd-degree murder, felony aggravated assault and battery
  • Unidentified Individual, felony property destruction, felony bodily injury to officer, false imprisonment, interfering with emergency calls
  • Brent D. Edwards, Tomball, TX, DWUI, speeding
  • Tyler Fant, Lubbock, TX, DWUI, speeding
  • Shane C. Herther, Gillette, 24/7 violation
  • Unidentified Individual, felony unlawful possession of a controlled substance (x2)- powder/crystalline and plant form, use/under the influence of drugs
  • Cody R. Kimsey, Upton, warrant- contempt of court
  • Edward J. Puckett, Gillette, DWUI, following too closely
  • Diane M Simurdak, Gillette, unlawful possession of a controlled substance- pill or capsule form, use/under the influence of drugs
  • Morgan R. Smith, Gillette, domestic battery
  • Taylor D. Stamper, Gillette, unlawful possession of a controlled substance-plant form
  • Bradley D. Stuckey, Gillette, warrant- contempt of court (x2)
  • Roman Vanberkom, Gillette, federal warrant


  • James Slattery, theft (amended warrant)
  • Michael Miller Jr., warrant- contempt of court/failure to appear, following too closely, no valid driver’s license