Richard Fielder Changes Plea In Casper Mountain Cabin Break-Ins
A second person is now admitting to his role in a string of cabin break-ins on Casper Mountain last summer.
Twenty-one-year-old Richard Fielder of Casper has pleaded guilty to four counts of burglary and six counts of property destruction.
Investigators with the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office received a number of calls between August and October 2012, regarding break-ins and items missing or damaged at a number of places at Hummingbird Hallow, Crimson Dawn, Circle Drive and KTWO Road.
As part of a plea deal, prosecutors will seek no more than a five-to-seven-year prison sentence with a boot camp recommendation for Fielder.
Seventeen-year old Robert Wnuk of Casper recently pleaded guilty to the same charges and was offered the same deal.
Meanwhile, 19-year old Travis Brown of Casper, and 19-year old James Tuschling of Glenrock are awaiting trial on similar charges connected to the case.