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Laramie County Crime Clips (9/8/23–9/11/23)

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.

Fleeing and Eluding Police, US 30, Sept. 8

A trooper observed a driver unable to maintain a lane of travel. The driver also threw a cigarette out of the window of the vehicle. The trooper activated the overhead emergency lights and attempted to pull the driver over. The driver turned and fled at a high rate of speed westbound on US 30 before turning south on WY 212. The driver continued to travel south on WY 212 at a high rate of speed, reaching speeds of up to 100 mph, and troopers had to deploy stop sticks on the front tires. The driver then turned southbound on US 85 and almost ran the trooper off the road. The vehicle eventually slowed down due to missing rubber on its tires before rolling partially on the passenger side. The trooper quickly arrested the driver, who said they had fled because they had a glass pipe with meth.

Disturbing the Peace and Disturbing Property, Cadillac Ranch, Sept. 10

Officers were sent to Cadillac Ranch for a call of a physical disturbance. Upon arrival, officers located security holding the suspect on the ground. The suspect identified himself with a fake ID and had a current ID out of Colorado. Security had thrown the suspect out because he was under the age of 21, but the suspect stated they had no alcohol while at the location. The officer, however, smelled the odor of alcohol and saw that the suspect had poor balance. Security stated that they had asked the suspect to leave the location several times, but they refused to leave. When security attempted to escort the suspect out, they fought security and began to hit them. The officer arrested the suspect soon after.

Motor Vehicle Theft, East 13th Street, Sept. 10

Officers were dispatched for a call of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, an officer spoke to the reporting caller, who stated that they had seen the suspect steal their vehicle and offered a description to the officer. Officers later observed the suspect leaving the vehicle. Officers asked the suspect to stop, and the suspect started running and hid in a nearby yard. The suspect was arrested soon after.