James Tuschling and Robert Wnuk Charged In Connection With Casper Mtn. Cabin Burglaries
At least two teens have been arrested and charged in connection to a string of cabin and camping trailer burglaries on Casper Mountain last summer.
Nineteen year old James Tuschling of Glenrock, is facing two charges of burglary, while 17 year old Robert Wnuk of Casper, is facing 4 charges of burglary and 8 charges of property destruction.
Investigators with the Natrona County Sheriff's Office received a number of calls between August and October, regarding break-ins and items missing or damaged at a number of places at Hummingbird Hallow, Crimson Dawn, Circle Drive and KTWO Road.
When interviewed, both Tuschling and Wnuk admitted that they along with a number of accomplices did a number of the deeds.
Sheriff investigators say the two of them and other suspects have been cooperating with the case.
Tuschling and Wnuk are both free on a $7,500 personal recognizance bond awaiting trial.
Although Wnuk is 17 years old, he is being charged as an adult.