K2 Radio’s Top 10 Stories of 2011
From Osama Bin Laden to local prostitution stings, it seems like we've covered just about everything over the last twelve months. Take a few minutes and check out our ten most viewed stories from 2011.
Kolton Stoner, a 20-year-old man from Casper, Wyoming, has been missing since Thursday afternoon. He was reported missing Friday to Casper police. Kolton drives a silver 2006 Honda CR-V with Wyoming county 15 plates. His vehicle has not been spotted or recovered...
Larry Turner was arrested by police for charges of vehicular homicide and 2 counts of aggravated assault in connection to a crash at 13th and King Boulevards back in October.
Two people are dead as the result of a vehicle crash in north Casper. According to the Casper police, shortly after 5 pm on Monday, October 31st, officers were called to the intersection of Amoco Road and Bryan Stock Trail for a report of a crash.
K2 Radio News has confirmed that Emily Dundas, the Casper teen reported missing last week, has been found. According to a family member’s Facebook page, she has “been found and is ok.”
The mother of Audreana Pedersen, 15, is asking the public to help find her daughter. According to her mother, Cheri Bouska, Perdersen was last seen around 7:30 Monday morning.
Three women were arrested and charged with prostitution this past weekend in Casper. According to Casper police, officers recently found an on-line ad for an escort service and that several ladies were available in the central Wyoming area.
Following an intense four-day search for Deputy Bryan Gross of the Converse County Sheriff’s Department, we are now hearing reports that Deputy Gross’ body has been recovered from the North Platte River.
According to Facebook posts by her family, 15-year-old Brittany Nicole Middleton has been missing since November 25, when she was last seen in Casper with two of her friends.
Andrew Laughlin the Technology Reporter for Digital Spy reports that the photo which has appeared on a number of news outlets is fake. Conspiracy theories are beginning to appear which will most likely push President Obama’s team to move quickly in bringing forth definitive proof of Bin Laden’s demise.
Buffalo High School’s Football Coach resigns after circulating a survey to his team laced with offensive language. Johnson County Superintendent, Rod Kessler, says the survey went out to team members as part of a packet prior to an out-of-town game.