Danielle Garton Charged With Possession Of A Deadly Weapon With Unlawful Intent
A Mills woman out on bond in a theft case, is accused of pointing a gun at someone.
Twenty-six year old Danielle Garton has been charged with one count of possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.
The Natrona County Sheriff's Office says at around 9pm on Wednesday, March 30th, the victim was on the 2300 block of North Salt Creek Highway, retrieving a vehicle that had been stolen from him.
Another vehicle arrived on scene a short time later and it was believed that the people inside may have been involved in the original theft.
The victim and two others followed that vehicle into Mills, but then later the vehicle pulled up along-side the victim, and one person inside pointed a pistol at him.
Deputies learned that Gatron was the owner of that other vehicle, and the victim was able to pick her out of a photo lineup.
When interviewed about the incident, Garton refused to speak with investigators.
She is awaiting trial on $10,000 bond, and could face up to five years in prison if convicted.
Garton is also facing charges in an unrelated case where she is accused of vandalizing and stealing money from various car wash businesses in Natrona County.