Thomas Glenn Pleads Not Guilty To False Imprisonment And Prostitution Solicitation Charges
A Casper man who has been arrested more than 60 times, stands accused of entering a vehicle and trying to have sex with one of the women inside.
Fifty-three-year-old Thomas Glenn has pleaded not guilty to two counts of false imprisonment, one count of criminal entry, one count of criminal trespass and one count of soliciting prostitution.
The male and female victims told Casper police officers that on Friday evening February 14th, Glenn entered their car at the Loaf and Jug Gas station on North Center Street and demanded that they drive him around town.
The victims said they did not know Glenn, but he reeked of alcohol and they did what he said because they were afraid for their lives.
At one point, Glenn offered to pay the female victim for sex.
Eventually he got out of the car and the victims drove off.
A weapon was never brandished and he did not threaten any physical violence.
Glenn is being held on $7,500 bond awaiting trial and could face up to one year in prison on the false imprisonment charge and up to six months each on the other charges if convicted.
All of the charges are misdemeanors.