Bernie Fellars Pleads Not Guilty To Unlawful Entry Into An Occupied Structure
A Glenrock man is accused of breaking into a residence while intoxicated and kicking a law enforcement officer.
Forty-four year old Bernie Fellars has pleaded not guilty to one felony charge of unlawful entry into an occupied structure and one misdemeanor charge of interference with a peace officer.
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 and later kicked one of the deputies.
The victim said Fellars had been drinking earlier, then he started yelling and screaming at her, at which point she retreated into the residence.
Fellars is awaiting trial on $25,000 bond, and he could face up to 10 years in prison on the unlawful entry charge if convicted.