This log may not reflect all arrests for this time period. For example, police will not release any information about juvenile arrests. State law prohibits any official from identifying a person accused of a sex crime until the defendant is arraigned in district court.

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Everyone listed here is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

The charges listed here are what the arresting agency has recommended to the Natrona County District Attorney's Office. However, formal charges filed by prosecutors may differ from the recommended charges listed here.

Here is the list of arrested people and their charges as reflected in the logs:

  • Johnathan Arket -- Possess Controlled Substance - Powder or Crystal -
  • Laura Barber -- County Warrant/Hold for Agency, Possess Controlled Substance - Powder or Crystal -
  • Kelly Beckstead -- Serve Jail Time
  • Martin Brown -- Public Intoxication Prohibited
  • Angela Carver -- Serve Jail Time
  • Joseph Forkell -- Pedestrian Under Influence of Alcohol or Container, Possess Controlled Substance - Powder or Crystal -
  • Stirling Foster -- County Warrant/Hold for Agency, Fail to Comply
  • Geannia Moore -- Fail to Comply
  • Steven Oldman -- Public Intoxication Prohibited
  • Francisco Ornelas -- Domestic Battery - 1st Offense
  • Victoria Platonova -- Hold for probation and Parole
  • Jake Porras -- County Warrant/Hold for Agency, Possess Controlled Substance - Powder or Crystal -
  • Ray Robinson -- Contract Hold/billing
  • Steven Sanchez -- Assault, Disturbing the Peace-Resists/obstructs d, Marijuana-Possession, Property Damage-Injuring/Defacing/Destroy
  • Timothy Seymour -- Hold for WSP
  • Donald Smith -- Public Intoxication Prohibited
  • Emmanuel Tyler -- Ped Under Influence
  • Kameron Young Johnson -- Possess Controlled Substance - Powder or Crystal - x2, Fail to Register as Sex Offender - 1st Offense, Possess Controlled Substance - Plant - 3 oz or Less, Manufacture or Deliver Meth or Narcotic Substance

I Swear I'll Kill You If You Play That

Recently, a Wyoming man was convicted of assaulting and shooting another man over an argument about a song on the radio.

No one died. The shooter got 7 years and a $1,357 fine.

This much we know but the public never got to hear - WHAT WAS THE SONG?

Imagine yourself on a long Wyoming highway, late at night. You're driving with someone and a song that you just HATE comes on the radio. But they turn it UP and start to sting along.

How bad does the song have to be to justify doing what you are thinking?

Below are some examples.