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, the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office and the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
Discharging Firearm, Green Valley Road, Nov. 11, CPD
Cheyenne police are charging a 38-year-old woman with being violent/tumultuous to property, littering and discharging a firearm, all misdemeanors, after responding to a suspicious person report at 8:18 a.m. on the 3400 block of Green Valley Road.
An arriving officer made contact with the woman, who was sitting in her vehicle outside of a home. The officer was told she threw a bottle rocket into the home’s garage because she had been fighting with the resident over the last few days, a booking sheet states.
The home’s resident showed the officer where he believed the woman was shooting his home with BBs. Video showed to the officer included the sound of a BB gun coming from the vehicle. The gun was recovered in the vehicle, the document states.
Because the woman refused to leave and exhibited a pattern of behavior, the officer took her into custody. She was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.
Drug Possession, East Fox Farm Road, Nov. 11, LCSO
A 36-year-old transient Cheyenne woman is charged with combination DUI, possession of a controlled substance in pill or capsule form and possession of a methamphetamine-type drug, all misdemeanors, after a deputy stopped to find out why she was passed out in a Ford Explorer on the 1400 block of East Fox Farm Road.
The stop happened at about 9:19 a.m., according to a booking sheet. The deputy said the woman was sitting in the driver’s seat with the vehicle running. The deputy nudged her several times to wake her up, according to the document.
The deputy reportedly smelled alcohol on her breath. A portable breath test showed a blood alcohol content level of 0.124%. That, combined with results from roadside sobriety tests, led the deputy to place the woman under arrest. A blue pill and crystalline substance were removed from the woman’s bra. They were suspected methamphetamine and suspected fentanyl.
The woman was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center, where her blood was drawn before she was booked without incident.
DUI, Interstate 25, Nov. 10, WHP
A 41-year-old Holt, Missouri, man is charged with DUI and improper lane use after a trooper responded to a report from the public.
The trooper saw the vehicle at milepost 16 on Interstate 25 heading south. The trooper reported seeing the vehicle fail to maintain its lane and force another vehicle off the road in a construction zone, a booking sheet states.
The document says the man exhibited signs of inebriation, and a portable breath test showed a blood alcohol content level of 0.33%.
He was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.
Disturbing Peace and Property, West Lincolnway, Nov. 10, CPD
Police are charging a 33-year-old transient Cheyenne woman with disturbing peace and property after responding to a report of a suspicious person banging on multiple doors, screaming and crying on the 2400 block of West Lincolnway.
The call came in at 1:02 a.m., and hotel staff said they received reports from five different rooms. And arriving officer made contact with the woman, who was crying and barefoot. She said she was staying in a room with a man and got locked out. Officers checked with the man in that room and he said he did not know who she was. The woman then provided a different room number before saying she had no idea what room she had been in.
Hotel staff requested the woman be trespassed from the property. She then refused to leave, resulting in her arrest.
She was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.
DUI, East Lincolnway, Nov. 12, CPD
A 35-year-old Dallas, Texas, man is charged with DUI, failure to maintain a lane and possession of less than a quarter-ounce of marijuana as a result of a traffic stop on the 800 block of East Lincolnway at 1:11 a.m.
A booking sheet states an officer saw the vehicle nearly hit another vehicle while turning onto East Lincolnway from Nationway. The vehicle then sped off at about 50 mph while driving in the middle of the street.
The officer reported smelling suspected marijuana in the vehicle and alcohol on the man’s breath. After refusing to participate in roadside sobriety tests, he was taken into custody.
A warrant was obtained for a blood draw at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. Afterward, the man was booked into Laramie County Detention Center.
Public Intoxication, Shoshoni Street, Nov. 10, CPD
A 46-year-old Cheyenne woman is charged with public intoxication and possession of marijuana-type drugs after police were called to the 600 block of Shoshoni Street for a heavily intoxicated woman who had fallen and hit her head.
A booking sheet states an arriving officer found the woman on the ground. Checking her information confirmed a municipal warrant for failure to appear. The officer reported smelling alcohol on her breath. She was also rambling and unable to stand, and she appeared to have urinated on herself, the document states.
She was taken to Cheyenne Regional Medical Center for the potential head injury. After she was cleared for jail, she was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center, where she became uncooperative and was immediately placed into a cell.
During inventory of her property, police reported finding a small glass pipe with burned suspected marijuana in her purse.
On her medical discharge paperwork, it was stated she had a blood alcohol content level of 0.323%.
Giving False Identity, West Lincolnway, Nov. 9, CPD
Police are charging a 29-year-old transient Cheyenne man with interfering or obstructing and giving a false identity after being called to the 1900 block of West Lincolnway at 6:52 a.m. for a man trespassing in a motel and attempting to eat breakfast he did not pay for.
A booking sheet states the arriving officer saw the man matching the description in a field to the north of the motel. When the officer tried to contact him, he ran away. He was asked to stop but continued to run.
When the officer caught him, the man provided a name that did not get any returns from dispatch. When told he would be taken to jail for providing a false identity, the man provided his real name, the document states. He was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.