Trevor Boyd Of Mills Pleads Not Guilty To Drug Charges; Endangering Children
A Mills man is accused of having drug paraphernalia in a residence with children present.
Trevor Boyd has pleaded not guilty to one charge of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance methamphetamine, one charge of possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine, four charges of child endangerment meth, and one charge of possession of a controlled substance marijuana.
Agents with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation say in middle June 2017, they were executing a search warrant at a residence on the 4800 block of Poison Spider Road in Mills.
They found numerous drug paraphernalia, children ranging from six to 17 years of age, and a backpack, which according to one of the children, belonged to Boyd.
The backpack contained meth, marijuana and a handgun.
Agents found Boyd and learned there was a warrant for his arrest.
Several other people who were living at the residence were also arrested, and are facing charges.
The Wyoming Department of Family Services took protective custody of the children, and two of them were returned to their parents.
Boyd is being held on $10,000 bond awaiting trial, and could face up to 20 years in prison on the conspiracy charge, up to seven years in prison on meth possession charge, up to five years on each of the child endangerment charges, and up to one year on the marijuana charge if convicted.