On Thursday April 11 the suspect in a burglary and stolen vehicle case turned himself in to the Natrona County Detention Center and was charged with burglary, theft, blackmail, and conspiracy. This per a Natrona County Sheriffs Office statement.

The investigation began on January 31st when NCSO were dispatched to Carr Construction for the reported crimes.

The suspect, a former Carr Construction employee named William Watson, allegedly entered the shop without permission, spray painted the windows, and stole several items inlcuding a generator, magnet drill, multi-purpose welder, two flat screen televisions, and a Ford truck.

That evening deputies were notified that a stolen Ford truck had been abandoned in the parking lot of a church in Casper.

The case remains under investigation.

Any tips or additional information may be reported to Investigations Corporal Ken Jividen at (307) 235-9282 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers of Wyoming.

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Wyoming is home to some pretty epic creatures. The pronghorn is the second fastest land animal in the world, second only to the cheetah -- and it's worth noting that while the cheetah can spring faster, the pronghorn can sustain it's top speed much farther. And while we do have plenty of cute and cuddly creatures (llike the nothern saw-whet owl) there are plenty of things that'll kill ya. Might want to think twice about moving here.

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