One person has admitted to their role in a drug bust back in October, while two others are denying charges in connection to the case.

Faviola Tinajero has pleaded guilty to one count of child endangerment meth and one count of possession of a controlled substance marijuana.

Meanwhile, Israel Rojas has pleaded not guilty to three counts of delivery of a controlled substance cocaine, one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance cocaine, one count of possession of a controlled substance cocaine, one count of possession of a controlled substance marijuana, one count of child endangerment met, and one count of possession of a controlled substance marijuana.

As for Fernando Rojas, he pleaded not guilty to three counts of delivery of a controlled substance cocaine, one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance cocaine, and one count of possession of a controlled substance marijuana.

According to agents with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, two confidential informants told the DCI they bought cocaine and marijuana hundreds of times from Israel Rojas for about 10 years.

The DCI, with the help of the confidential informants who were wearing wireless transmitters, recorded sales of drugs in October, and monitored calls for drug deals.

Israel Rojas was living with his girlfriend, Tinajero, in the 2900 block of East 12th Street in Casper at the time, and they had a 15-month-old daughter.

Fernando Rojas, who lived elsewhere in Casper, often would drive his son Isreal around, but claimed he didn’t know what was being done during those excursions.

As part of a plea deal for Tinajero, prosecutors will not seek any prison time, but could an unspecified time of probation and a suspended prison sentence.

Tinajero is being held on $50,000 bond and will be sentenced at a later date.

Israel and Fernando Rojas are each being held on $100,000 awaiting trial.