CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Here is a brief summary of notable crimes in and around Cheyenne, obtained through law enforcement reports compiled by the Cheyenne Police Department and the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office.
Failure to Appear and Interference, Pioneer Avenue, Sept. 20, LCSO
A 23-year-old Burns woman was arrested on the 1900 block of Pioneer Avenue by Laramie County Sheriff’s Office deputies on warrants of failure to appear and interference with peace officer without injury. A booking sheet says the woman appeared Sept. 15 in Laramie County Circuit Court, where the judge ordered her to be arrested because she previously failed to appear. The woman willingly exited the court room and then immediately ran away. She refused to comply with orders to stop and left the courthouse. The original charges that resulted in the failure to appear warrant were possession of a liquid controlled substance and theft.
DUI, Gate 1 F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Sept. 20, LCSO
Deputies charged a 40-year-old Pinedale woman with a second-offense DUI after they were called to F.E. Warren Air Force Base’s Gate 1 to assist with a possible impaired driver. The deputy arrived to find the woman slumped over the center console, a booking sheet states. The airman at the gate said the woman was trying to get on base without showing identification. He said she was being vulgar and non-cooperative, adding he saw a bottle of alcohol in her purse. The deputy tried to wake the woman and could smell alcohol in the vehicle. Once she woke up, she had a hard time moving and was slurring her words, the deputy reported. She was taken into custody, refused to provide a breath sample and was taken for a blood draw at Cheyenne Police Department before being booked into Laramie County Detention Center.
Burglary and Drug Possession, East Lincolnway, Sept. 20, CPD
Police have charged Alexis Anne McCafferty, 24, of Cheyenne, with felony burglary after responding to the 1900 block of East Lincolnway to remove her from a motel room. An employee told the responding officer they wanted McCafferty removed from the room and trespassed from the property. When the officer made contact with McCafferty, she agreed to leave. Dispatchers informed the officer that McCafferty had warrants for burglary, destruction of property under $1,000 and possession of a controlled substance. The officer then found McCafferty in possession of suspected methamphetamine, fentanyl and marijuana. She was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center on the warrant charges and for the suspected drug possession.