CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Three people are facing felony drug charges in Cheyenne following two traffic stops on Interstate 80 on Friday.
First arrested was Blake Craig Wilson, 54, of Cheyenne. He’s charged with felony possession of a controlled substance in pill form and three misdemeanor counts that include possession of a controlled substance in powder form, improper registration and following too closely.
Wilson was stopped by a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper at mile marker 370 at 3:31 p.m. for following too closely and having expired registration, a booking sheet states. While the trooper spoke with Wilson, who was in the driver’s seat, a Laramie County Sheriff’s Office deputy had his K-9 partner conduct a free-air sniff. The dog alerted to the vehicle, and the deputy reported to the trooper that he could see suspected fentanyl in the center console.
Wilson was taken to the trooper’s patrol vehicle. The deputy then showed the trooper the suspected fentanyl, which was pressed into blue pills, the document states.
While completing a search of the vehicle, the trooper reportedly found more suspected fentanyl and suspected methamphetamine.
Wilson was booked into the Laramie County Detention Center without incident.
Later that evening, at 6:09 p.m. at mile marker 377, a sheriff’s deputy stopped Britney Louise Breazeale, 21, of Cheyenne, and Jennifer Lynn Kallevig, 42, of Pine Bluffs for speeding. During the stop, a K-9 alerted to suspected drugs in their vehicle.
During the probable cause search, deputies reportedly found “a large amount” of controlled substances in both crystal and pill forms.
Breazeale was the driver and Kellavig the passenger. Both were charged with four felony counts that include possession of a controlled substance with intent in crystal form, possession of a controlled substance with intent in pill form, possession of a controlled substance in crystal form and possession of a controlled substance in pill form.
Both were booked into Laramie County Detention Center without incident, the booking sheet states.