A case involving a Casper woman who is facing a vehicular homicide charge, is heading to court.

A judge has ruled that there is probable cause and sufficient evidence and testimony, in the case involving Heather Christensen, who is charged with one count of vehicular homicide.

According to Casper Police, just after noon on November 14th, they received a call regarding a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of 13th and Wyoming Boulevard on the west side of Casper...a collision that killed Richard Condelario.

Initial reports say the vehicle that Christensen and Condelario were in, was northbound on Wyoming Boulevard, when it crossed the center line, sideswiped another vehicle going in the opposite direction and then crashed head-on into a traffic light pole.

Christensen told police that not long before the incident, she and Condelario had inhaled some duster.

Police found at least 2 cans of duster on the scene, and at the preliminary trial, Officer Gary Jackson testified that police had obtained video from the west-side Wal-Mart in Casper, that showed Christensen and Condelario purchasing the duster, not long before the collision occurred.

Officer Jackson also said that witnesses told police that shortly after the collision, Christensen was walking around talking to people in an effort to get a ride home, because she knew she was going to get in trouble for this.

Christensen remains jailed at the Natrona County Detention Center on  fifty-thousand dollars bond, and is now awaiting her arraignment.

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