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Ohio Man Behind Bars After Fremont County High-Speed Chase

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says an Ohio man is in custody after reportedly leading authorities on a 59-mile high-speed chase through Fremont County in a stolen pickup truck over the weekend.

Sgt. Steven Townsend says

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Charges Move Forward in Goodstein Crash Case

The man accused of driving his pick-up into the Goodstein Building downtown and hitting and killing a pedestrian was in court for his preliminary hearing today.

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Man Arrested for Allegedly Pulling a Gun on His Wife and Her Boyfriend

A man was arrested in Casper yesterday after allegedly chasing his wife and another man around town with a gun.

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Man Accused of Trying to Hit a Trooper Changes his Plea [AUDIO]

The man accused of trying to run over a  Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper, changed his plea today in Natrona County District Court.

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Scott Coleman - Casper Wyoming High Speed Chase Suspect
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EXCLUSIVE: Troopers Contact Crash Suspect Day Before [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Highway Patrol had contact the day before with the man accused of killing a pedestrian and crashing his pickup truck into a downtown building in Casper on Tuesday.

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Casper Wyoming High Speed Chase Suspect Scott A Coleman
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Casper Homicide Suspect Preludes Events on Personal Facebook Page

The driver arrested in the tragic crash that killed a pedestrian in downtown Casper Tuesday left Facebook posts just prior to the incident.

38 year-old Scott Coleman's Facebook post at 7:44 am Tuesday, about an hour before the crash, indicate a desire to take a moral stand against local clubs featuring female strippers. In an online post entitled, "Bring It", Coleman writes at length about his anger at Sonny Pilcher, owner of "Cowboys". He also targets "Northern Dreams" in his online post.

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Downtown Casper High Speed Collision Update [Video]

Chief Walsh of the Casper Police Department gives an update of the high speed collision on Center Street.

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High Speed Chase Through Downtown Casper [VIDEO]

At about 9:00 AM, a Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper observed a vehicle pass him at CY and Poplar at speeds in excess of 90 mph. The chase ended after one pedestrian was struck and severely injured and the vehicle crashed into the Goodstein Building located at 330 N. Center St. More detail

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