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Coleman Pleads Guilty In Deadly Casper Crash
  A Casper man charged in a deadly crash has changed his plea, and now faces up to 13 years in prison.  At a Natrona County District Court Hearing Tuesday, Scott Coleman entered a guilty plea to a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide.   He was arrested after crashing his vehicle in…
Scott Coleman’s Trial Date Set
A Casper man accused of vehicular homicide will soon get his time in front of a jury. A date has been set for the trial of Scott Coleman who has entered not guilty by reason of mental illness pleas, to three charges, in which he’s accused of crashing his vehicle into the Goodstein Building in…
Scott Coleman Enters Plea In New Charge
Another plea has been entered, in a case involving a Casper man accused of vehicular homicide. Scott Coleman has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental illness to ONE felony DUI charge, that stems from a May 2011 incident, where he is accused of crashing his vehicle into the Goodstein Building in Ca…
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. Listen Here: In a packed courtroom, 38-year-old Scott Coleman appeared in an orange jumpsuit and sat quietly as Detective Mike Ogden took t…
Vehicular Homicide Suspect’s Employer Releases Statement
The Central Wyoming Rescue Mission releases a statement regarding Scott Coleman. Executive Director for the Central Wyoming Rescue Mission, Reverend Carl Wolosin has issued a press release regarding Scott Coleman, the thirty-eight-year-old who on Monday morning, allegedly killed an eighteen-year-old…
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…

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