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Cap City Crime Clips (9/1/23–9/5/23)

The latest crime clips in Laramie County.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Here is a brief summary of notable crimes in and around Cheyenne this weekend, obtained through law enforcement reports compiled by the Cheyenne Police Department and the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office. 

DUI, Warren Avenue and East 19th Street, Sept. 3

An officer conducted a traffic stop after observing a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer asked the driver where they were coming from. The driver stated that they had come from Cadillac Ranch and that they had had four beers 30 minutes prior to the traffic stop. The officer asked the driver to step out of the vehicle and noted that they had bloodshot eyes and the smell of alcohol on their breath. The driver did a field sobriety test, which they failed. They refused to do a breath test, at which point the officer placed them under arrest and took them for a blood test at CRMC.

Driving with a Suspended License, 9th Street and Central Avenue, Sept. 4

An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that did not display a registration. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer noted the driver displayed symptoms of intoxication and had them perform a field sobriety test, which they did poorly on. Upon doing a breath test, the driver has a BAC of 0.10%. The officer arrested the driver soon after and had them taken to CRMC for a blood test. Upon looking into the driver, officers found that the driver had a suspended license and required an interlock device.

DUI, Interstate 80, Sept. 1

A trooper was dispatched to a call of a hazard on the roadway. The trooper came up to a vehicle on Interstate 80 which was stopped in the left lane and found the driver appeared to be asleep. After getting the driver’s attention, the trooper observed that they had bloodshot eyes. The trooper had the driver get out of the car and smelled alcohol on their breath. The trooper asked the driver to do a test, to which they responded, “Take me in the back of the patrol car.” The driver admitted to consuming alcohol soon after.