Jury finds Oldman guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery

(Lander, Wyo.) – Last week’s jury trial of Curtis Oldman resulted in one conviction and one dismissal. Oldman was charge for his role in a November 2013 aggravated robbery in Riverton.

Fremont County Attorney Michael Bennett said the jury found Oldman guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Robbery. He was found not guilty of being an accessory before the fact. Oldman is facing a possible prison sentence of up to 10 years. A sentencing hearing will be held at a later date.

His co-defendants were Adrian Joseph Sixfeathers, 16, and Tiesha Underwood, 22.

Sixfeathers was charged with Aggravated Robbery, alleging he had used a pellet gun to rob a woman in the Walmart parking lot. For reasons unknown to County10 at this time, the case against Sixfeathers was dismissed in February and the file permanently sealed. Underwood pleaded guilty to her role in the crime and received a 4-6 year prison sentence suspended for six years supervised probation.

Read more background on the case here.

8 Comments

  1. Ron Howard

    I am amazed at what you can do around here and get probation. For those who tend to make bad choices, what's the incentive to not commit a crime?

  2. Ron Howard

    I am amazed at what you can do around here and get probation. For those who tend to make bad choices, what's the incentive to not commit a crime?

  3. Linda Kay Carlson Remer

    Yeppers I agree with you Ron, what crime do you have to do get sent to prison, and what crime do you have to do to get probation around Fremont County.

  4. Karlee Larsen-Zach

    Getting to be the "norm" in our county. Hopefully the folks around here will vote them out.

  5. Sara Klattenberg Lowe

    How can you be shocked that criminals are receiving dismissals or probation?? The current Fremont County Attorneys office is over run with defense attorneys! You can make a change by voting on August 19th.

  6. Melody Bearsbackbone

    The prison sentence is suspended in lieu of probation. No where does it state in C10 Police Blotter what her conditions are. But you can bet they are stringent and if she violates she will be going to prison and will face an additional charge, probation revocation. She's lucky to be given another chance to become a productive member of society. As for the charge being dropped against the other defendant, he faced a jury of his peers and that was their ruling, not the Judge nor the prosecution.

  7. Melody Bearsbackbone

    The prison sentence is suspended in lieu of probation. No where does it state in C10 Police Blotter what her conditions are. But you can bet they are stringent and if she violates she will be going to prison and will face an additional charge, probation revocation. She's lucky to be given another chance to become a productive member of society. As for the charge being dropped against the other defendant, he faced a jury of his peers and that was their ruling, not the Judge nor the prosecution.

  8. Marlena Perea

    Yup yup he sure is don't nobody know the whole story so before ppl start judging my brothers get your facts right

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