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Justin Drinkwalter
Casper Police Department
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Justin Drinkwalter Pleads Guilty To Stealing From School

A Casper teen is now admitting to stealing equipment from a school.

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Jeremy Holz
Casper Police Dept.
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Jeremy Holz Pleads Not Guilty To Burglary and Child Endangerment Charges

A Casper man has entered a plea in court, in a case where he is accused of covering up a child in a car with items taken during a burglary.

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Gilbert Casias
Casper Police Department
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Gilbert Casias Given Probation For Role In Hotel TV Burglaries

A Natrona County man will avoid prison time, after he admitted to his role in scheme where a number of televisions were taken from a Casper hotel.

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Jennifer Rozell
Casper Police Dept.
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Jennifer Rozell Pleads Not Guilty To Burglary and Child Endangerment Charges

A Casper woman has entered a plea in court, in a case where she is accused of covering up her child in a car with items taken during a burglary.

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Justin Drinkwalter
Casper Police Department
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Justin Drinkwalter Accused Of Stealing From School

A Casper teen has been charged with stealing equipment from a school.

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Left to Right: Courtland Lovato, Kasey Ford, Robert Rowe
Left to Right: Courtland Lovato, Kasey Ford, Robert Rowe. Photos Courtesy: Kevin Koile - TownSquare Media
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Three Men Charged With Burglary and Property Destruction At Natrona County High School

Three Natrona County men, have turned themselves in, in a case where they are accused of vandalizing Natrona County High School.

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Jia Bang Wen Admits To Burglary And Interfering With Police Search

A Casper man is now admitting to burglarizing a downtown businesses and for lying to the police about the location of a couple of runaway juveniles.

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Casper Police Department
Casper Police Department
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Another Hotel TV Theft Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

A suspect in the theft of nine televisions from a Casper hotel in May pleaded not guilty to two charges Friday.

Rachel Johnson is charged with a misdemeanor count of receiving stolen property vauled under $1,000 and one felony count of being an accessory after the fact to a burglary,  Natrona County District Court Judge Daniel Forgey told her during her arraignment

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Gilbert Casias
Casper Police Dept.
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Gilbert Casias Admits To Taking Part In Hotel TV Burglaries

One person has admitted to his role in scheme where a number of televisions were taken from a Casper hotel.

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Kevin-Walsh
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Kevin Walsh Enters Plea In Federal Credit Union Burglary Case

A Casper man has entered a plea in court on charges in which he is accused of burglarizing a Federal Credit Union.

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