Bernie Fellars Pleads Guilty To Unlawful Entry Into An Occupied Structure
A Glenrock man has admitted to breaking into a residence while intoxicated.
Bernie Fellars has pleaded guilty to one charge of unlawful entry into an occupied structure.
The Natrona County Sheriff's Office says in late March, deputies received a call from the victim, who said Fellars had broken down the door to a residence on the 1600 block of Chamberlin Road, and was trying to break into the bedroom
When they arrived, they initially heard pounding coming from inside, and later a female scream.
When they found Fellars, they took him into custody.
According to deputies, he appeared and smelled very intoxicated, then became non-compliant and obscene.
The victim said Fellars had been drinking earlier, then he started yelling and screaming at her, at which point she retreated into the residence.
As part of a plea deal, prosecutors will seek a three to five year suspended prison sentence with a term of probation.
Fellars will be sentenced at a later date.