Three Teens Charged As Adults for Casper Drive-By Shooting
Three of the four juveniles involved in a drive-by shooting last week will be charged as adults, Natrona County District Attorney Dan Itzen said. A Casper man is also facing similar charges in the shooting.
Quincy Patrick Brow, born in 2001, is charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit property destruction and defacement, possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent, possession of a controlled substance - felony weight and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
Brow could face up to 52 years behind bars if convicted of all charges.
The adult in the shooting, Matthew Ray Nietert, born in 1993, is charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit property destruction and defacement, wrongful taking or disposing of property and possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.
Nietert could spend 35 years in prison if he's convicted of all four felony counts.
Isaiah DeShawn Dobbins, born in 2001, could spend up to 25 years in prison if he's convicted of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit property destruction and defacement and possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.
Isaiah Roman White, born in 2002, could also face 25 years behind bars if convicted on charges of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit property destruction and possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.
All four cases were recently sent from Natrona County Circuit Court to Natrona County District Court.
According to an arrest affidavit, police were called to investigate a reported drive-by shooting in Paradise Valley on the evening of May 19.
When they arrived, they found bullet casings in the roadway in front of the home and bullet holes in car parked outside along with bullet holes in the exterior and inside of the home.
Investigators learned the shooting stemmed from an ongoing dispute on social media between the adult son of the homeowner and the alleged shooters. The homeowner's adult son does not reside at the residence and did not reside there at the time of the shooting.
Hours before the shooting, the homeowner's son and some of the suspects got into a fight. The homeowner's son told police that he thought that was the end of it.
While the homeowner's son was at dinner with his family, White sent him Facebook messages asking about his address. They continued to exchange threatening text messages.
According to the affidavit, the homeowner's son and his family arrived at the residence and found their neighbors standing outside. Their neighbors said that their home was just "shot up" and there was possibly a white Sedan leaving the scene.
During the investigation, Brow told police that he and White wanted to get revenge for the fight, so Dobbins contacted Nietert because he knew that he carried "straps." Nietert allegedly supplied the guns used in the shooting.
Brow and Nietert agreed to cover for each other if they were apprehended by police.
After he was arrested, Brow led police to a camouflage backpack containing a .40 caliber Glock, a Smith and Wesson .357 revolver and a Smith and Wesson 9mm Handgun.
The serial number on the Glock was filed off and the serial number on the .357 revolver came back as stolen.
Nietert said he traded seven grams of marijuana for the revolver.
Police found 9.5 grams of cocaine on Brow, who said he was trying to sell it.
The fourth minor in the case is not being charged as an adult.