(Fremont County, Wyo.) – Here is Tuesday’s recap of law enforcement activity around the county for the past 24 hours. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.
Fremont County Sheriff’s Office
Robert Antelope, 34, Riverton, Probation Revocation.
Anthony Oldman, 22, Riverton, Driving Under the Influence, Notice Required of Driver, Safety Belt Required, Speeding and No Valid Driver’s License.
Douglas Shepard, 44, Lander, Battery.
At 7:04 a.m., deputies were called to the 600 block of W. Ramshorn Street in Dubois for a report of a parking issue. The caller said subjects camping in the parking lot were blocking the road and the store was now open.
At about 9 a.m., a caller on Snowberry Lane reportedly “really loud” music, especially the bass.
A caller on Hawk Road reported that someone stole prescription medications from her some time on Saturday. There are no suspects at this time.
Shortly after 2 p.m., a car reportedly went of the road on Highway 26 near Dubois. There were no injuries.
At 9 p.m., a fight between a father and son near Lander was reported. Deputies determined both involved were adults and the fight was verbal only.
Riverton Police Department
Loni Warren, 32, St. Stephens, on a Contempt of Court warrant, Running a Red Light and No Drivers License. Warren was arrested on a warrant after police responded to a two vehicle crash at Sunset and Federal at 10:35 a.m. The vehicles involved were a 2000 black Ford Expedition and a silver 1998 Dodge Durango. Damage was over $1,000. Warren was listed as the driver at fault. Her silver Dodge was towed to the city impound.
Philip Whiteplume, 26, Arapahoe, Domestic Violence. Police were called at 1:22 p.m. to the 3000 block of College Hill Drive after receiving a report of a man pointing a gun at a woman. While en route, police were notified that the man had dropped the gun and left the area. According to a police report, the ex-girlfriend of the male, identified as Whiteplume, with whom she had had two babies, came over to visit the children. The mother, age 23, and her auntie and Whiteplume were all sitting on a couch when Whiteplume became upset that the mother of his children was now dating someone else. He issued a threat saying he would kill the other man, picked up a gun and began to load it and left the apartment. The police report said his ex tried to stop him from getting into his vehicle by grabbing his hair and pulling him back. In response, he is alleged to have struck her in the forearms to release her grip on his hair. At some point Whiteplume is alleged to have said that he came to his senses and was handing the gun back to his ex. While doing so, the barrel was pointed at her for a brief moment. Police found him walking a short distance away and took him into custody. Whiteplume said he had no intention of shooting the other man, but that he was angry.
Duane Shakespeare, 29, Arapahoe, Public Intoxication. Shakespeare had been taken to SageWest-Riverton for a high BAC, .40 percent, but apparently he decided he didn’t want to stay there and left after several hours. When found, he was not wearing shoes, and his BAC level was .29 percent. Police attempted to take him to his auntie’s house, but he had been trespassed from there, so he was taken to jail.
Police were called at 3:57 a.m. on the report of people talking and knocking on the door of a residence in the 300 block of East Madison. Police were unable to locate anyone in the area.
A man in the 1800 block of East Park reported that someone within the last week had removed a Champion 3500 W generator from the rear rack of his camper. It is yellow and black in color and valued at $470.
Damage was listed over $1,000 in a two vehicle crash at North Federal and East Fremont at 10:34 a.m. Monday. The vehicles involved were a gray 2009 Chevrolet Silverado and a white 2001 Chevy. There were no injuries.
An apartment dweller in the 100 block of South 5th East reported that someone had entered his apartment and took his X-Box controllers and games.
A woman who’s vehicle was parked at Walmart called police to report that while parked in Row 2 at the store, someone removed a gas can from her maroon Dodge Ram as well as a ball and hitch.
A Great Dane mix was found hanging out around the Alternative School at RHS on Monday and was taken to the PAWS for Life Shelter.
A caller in the 900 block of East Park reported that some people were hiding in her yard under some bushes. Police contacted the three who said they were just trying to get out of the rain.
Over $1,000 in damage was reported from a two vehicle crash in the 1600 block of North Federal at 7:35 p.m. The vehicles involved were a red 2001 Ford F-150 and a white 2014 Toyota Tundra.
A family fight was reported at 10:19 p.m. in the 400 block of West Pershing Avenue Monday night. According to a police report, an 18-year-old male from Fort Washakie was visiting his two-month-old baby at the home of the child’s mother. The couple allegedly had broken up and are not together now. During the visit, the male teen became upset and wanted to take the baby home with him, but the 17-year-old mother would not allow it. After police were called, the youth darted out the back door, leaving his blue Chevrolet pickup parked in the street outside, with the engine running and the lights on. The vehicle was towed to the city’s impound lot. The teen has been trespassed from the home.
Lander Police Department
At 9:56 a.m., a caller on Garfield Street reported seeing a man on crutches walking down the sidewalk, who then stopped and made a bowel movement. Police spoke with the man, who was experiencing medical issues and was very apologetic.
On Monday afternoon, police assisted a caller in the Lander area who reported they might have a stalker.
A man on Hobson reported that he got into a fight with his wife earlier in the day and just discovered that she destroyed all his medications.
At 9:07 p.m., a caller on Pushroot Court reported hearing a possible gunshot about 10 minutes prior.
A caller on Smith Street reported a suspicious man came to his home.
A theft from a shed on Spriggs Drive was reported Tuesday evening. Approximately $370 worth of kitchen items, a dog bed, dog kennel, mattress and two bags of clothes were reported missing. The shed was unlocked. There are no suspects at this time.
At 6:34 a.m., police were called to Grand View Drive for a report of a suspicious person sleeping in a vehicle. The report on the call was not yet complete.