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.
Pedestrian under the Influence, East Fox Farm Road, Nov. 19, LCSO
The Laramie County Sheriff’s Office is charging a 59-year-old transient Cheyenne man with pedestrian under the influence after they responded to the 1800 block of East Fox Farm Road for a call of a man chasing cars.
A booking sheet states a deputy found him standing in the middle of the road yelling at nobody. When deputies tried talking to him, he kicked rocks and yelled that they were not cleaning up the roads. When asked to step to the side of the road, the man said he was staying where he was because he was the only one doing anything to clean the roads.
He continued to pace back and forth while yelling at nothing. A deputy had to block traffic because the man wasn’t paying attention and kept walking back and forth.
He was taken into custody, and taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.
Interfering/Obstructing, East 13th Street, Nov. 17, CPD
A 33-year-old transient Cheyenne woman is charged with misdemeanor counts of interfering/obstructing and refusing to obey after police were called to a suspicious person at 7 p.m. on the 2100 block of East 13th Street.
Police say they were told a suspect was walking around a Toyota Camry hitting it with a metal pole. A responding officer reported seeing a person near the Camry with a long object later identified as a cane.
The officer pulled behind the vehicle and asked the woman to come speak. She refused, saying she was looking for something. The officer saw her enter a passenger compartment and dig through items and pick up a bag to dig through.
While attempting to detain her, the woman resisted. Police told her several times to stop resisting and relax, and they were eventually able to take her into custody, a booking sheet states. During a search of her, she tried twisting away despite officers’ orders to stop. She also initially refused to get into the patrol car.
After she was pushed into the seat, she was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.
DUI, Dell Range Boulevard, Nov. 19, CPD
Police responding to a man down report on the 3400 block of Dell Range Boulevard have charged a 25-year-old Byesville, Ohio, man with DUI and interfering/obstructing.
Police said they were called to a drive-through at 1:23 a.m. for a report of a driver passed out in the line. An arriving officer found a Ford SUV stopped in the line with the window down. The driver was unconscious with the vehicle running. The vehicle was still in drive, a booking sheet states.
Officers turned off the vehicle and attempted to wake the man. He rolled his head around and spat, but wasn’t talking or waking up. Eventually, officers were able to wake him and they could smell alcohol on his breath, the document states.
He refused to get out of the car, prompting officers to use an armbar to remove him. He was taken to the ground and detained.
Officers then took him to the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center for a blood draw before taking him to the Laramie County Detention Center.
Resisting Arrest, West 21st Street, Nov. 17, CPD
A 30-year-old Cheyenne woman is charged with resisting arrest, disturbing peace and property and possessing or using amphetamine-type drugs after an officer conducted a field contact while investigating a heavy amount of smoke near West 21st Street and Oneil Avenue.
A booking sheet states the officer found a fire in the backyard of a home on the 600 block of West 21st Street. The house was condemned due to a previous structure fire, and the windows and doors were boarded up.
In the backyard, the officer spoke with the woman. She said she lived there for 20 years before it was condemned. She was told she needed to leave because no one was supposed to be there. She refused to listen multiple times.
The officer attempted to arrest her for disturbing property, but she pulled her arms away. Eventually she complied and was placed into handcuffs, the document states. During a search of her, the officer reportedly found a glass pipe with suspected methamphetamine residue and a small baggie with suspected methamphetamine. The baggie weighed about 0.35 grams, police said.
She was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center.