James Tuschling and Travis Brown Plead Not Guilty To Casper Mtn. Cabin Burglaries
Two men are denying their suspected roles in number of burglaries on Casper Mountain.
Nineteen-year old James Tuschling of Glenrock, has pleaded not guilty on two counts of burglary, while 19-year-old Travis Brown of Casper has pleaded not guilty to one count of burglary and four counts of property destruction.
Investigators with the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office received a number of calls between August and October of last year, regarding break-ins and items missing or damaged at homes and cabins at Hummingbird Hallow, Crimson Dawn, Circle Drive and K2 Road.
Both Tuschling and Brown are free on bond awaiting trial.
Twenty-one year old Richard Fielder and seventeen year old Robert Wnuk of Casper have also been charged in connection with the crime spree.