Ronald Woodle Pleads Guilty To Meth-related Crimes
A Casper man pleaded guilty to two felony counts of methamphetamine-related crimes during a hearing in Natrona County District Court on Wednesday.
Ronald Woodle admitted to possessing more than three grams of methamphetamine and child endangerment with meth, he said in the hearing before Judge Daniel Forgey.
The case began Jan. 30 when Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation agents learned Woodle and Amanda Woodle were selling meth at their home in the 200 block of North Colorado Avenue, according to court records.
On March 11, law enforcement officials executed a search warrant on the residence and found about 25 grams of methamphetamine, a misdemeanor amount of marijuana, a 1-year-old male, and the Woodles' 10-year-old autistic daughter.
In the interview with Woodle, officers observed he had dilated pupils and was twitching uncontrollably. Woodle said he used between one-half and one gram of the drug a day.
The Woodles were watching the boy, who was returned to his mother.
Forgey ordered a pre-sentence investigation. Sentencing will occur at a later date.
Woodle is free on $7,000 bond.