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John Knospler Jr
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John Knospler Jr. Murder Trial Day 2 Recap

Trial continued on Tuesday, December 16th in the John Knospler Junior murder trial, as prosecutors tried to establish Knospler's behavior before the shooting took place.

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John Knospler Jr
Natrona County Sheriff's Office
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Prosecution And Defense Make Opening Statements In John Knospler Jr. Murder Trial

Attorneys on both sides of the John Knospler Jr. murder trial, argued in their opening statements, whether the killing of a man who was too intoxicated and celebrating his 24th birthday at the time, was justified.

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Case Moving Forward For Casper Man Charged In Student Death

The case of a 20-year-old Casper man charged with second-degree murder in the death of a University of Wyoming student is heading to Albany County District Court.

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Charlie Mapp’s Murder Trial Date Set

A trial date has been set for a Natrona County man accused of committing murder.

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Charlie Mapp Pleads Not Guilty In Murder Case

A Natrona County man accused of committing murder, has entered a plea in court.

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Charlie Mapp makes his initial appearance in Natrona Count Circuit Court on Monday.
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Charlie Mapp makes his initial appearance in Natrona Count Circuit Court on Monday. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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UPDATE: Shooting Victim Identified; Suspect Charged With Second Degree Murder

The man who allegedly shot and killed Richard Abeyta in Casper on Saturday evening was charged with one count of second-degree murder in Natrona County Circuit Court on Monday.

Charlie Mapp heard the charge read to him by Circuit Court Judge Brian Christensen, who said if convicted carries a sentence of 20 years to life behind bars

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Samuel Renner
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Samuel Renner’s Stay Sentence Motion Denied

A Casper man who admitted to committing murder will not be getting out of prison.

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Casper Police Department
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Thomas Miller Sentenced To Prison For Killing His Wife

A Casper man has been given a lengthy prison sentence for committing murder.

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Samuel Renner Sentenced For Murder

An Evansville man will be spending a long time in prison, after admitting he killed a man who was trying to disarm him last summer at an Evansville Sports Bar.

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Natrona County Sheriff's Office
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John Knospler Junior’s Trial Date Moved

The trial for a Pennsylvania man accused of killing a man at a Natrona County nightclub has been delayed.

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