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    County 10 Law Enforcement Log: Riverton Police Department – May 20/21, 2024

    All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.

    Below are the most recent arrests and call blotters from publicly available reports provided directly by the Riverton Police Department. Click here for more details about the law enforcement logs.


    RPD Arrests:

    • Hughes, Jacob, 31, Shoshoni, 2 County Warrants, Available Narrative: “JACOB HUGHES, 31 yoa from Shoshoni was stopped for driving a vehicle with plates that had been expired for fifteen months. Routine checks produced two active Fremont county arrest warrants and he was taken into custody”
    • Stanley, Veronica, 44, Riverton, Marijuana Possession, Available Narrative: “Veronic Stanley, 44 yoa from Riverton was stopped for driving a vehicle with one headlight and was subsequently found to be in possession of 1.4 ounces of Marijuana for which she was arrested. She was also cited for No valid registration and No Insurance”
    • Carroll, Bridget, 45, Riverton, Driving a Vehicle without an Interlock Device, Failure to Maintain Insurance, Driving While Suspended, Available Narrative: “Bridget Carroll, 45 yoa from Riverton was stopped for driving a vehicle with a burned out headlight. After running several checks Ms. Carroll was arrested for Driving a Vehicle without an Interlock Device, Failure to Maintain Insurance and Driving While Suspended”
    • Colletti-Gerganhoff, Louis, 25, Dubois, DWUI, Available Narrative: “Louis Colletti-Gerganhoff, 25 yoa from Dubois was stopped for driving left of center in a vehicle with only one headlight at which time he displayed obvious signs of alcohol impairment. Mister Coletti-Gerganhoff then failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for DWUI”
    • Surrell, Laurene, 31, Riverton, Probation & Parole for Probation Revocation, Available Narrative: none
    • Juvenile, 17, Kinnear, MUI, County Warrant, Available Narrative: RP advised of young subjects who appeared intoxicated in an alley; “A 17 yoa Kinnear boy was located and arrested for MUI with a BAC of .136. He also had a Fremont County arrest warrant”
    • Headley, Shaniece, 30, Riverton, Simple Assault, Available Narrative: RP advised of a subject threatening people with a broken bottle; “Shaniece Headley, 30 yoa from Riverton was arrested for Simple Assault after officers determined she had thrown a number of liquor bottles at her roomate”
    • Antelope, Donald, 33, Ethete, Aggravated Assault, Available Narrative: RP advised of a subject who was bleeding after being stabbed; “Donald Antelope, 33 yoa from Ethete was arrested for Aggravated Assault after it was determined he was responsible for assaulting a 32 yoa male victim who sustained cuts and abrasions to his head and a possible knife inflicted defense wound to his left hand. A knife with blood on it was recovered and booked into evidence”
    • Trosper, Gregory, 21, Arapahoe, DWUI, Available Narrative: RP advised of a subject going through cars; “Responding officers located the vehicle in question and the driver, Gregory Trosper, 21 yoa from Arapahoe, displayed obvious signs of alcohol impairment. Mister Trosper, who was arrested for DWUI, refused to do the field sobriety tests after telling officers that he was drunk. A subsequent ECIR test at the station indicated a BAC of .120. The passenger, Talia Shakespeare, 20 yoa from Riverton, was arrested on a Fremont County warrant”
    • Shakespeare, Talia, 20, Riverton, County Warrant, Available Narrative: see above
    • Boudeaux, Adavia, 18, Fort Washakie, Grand Theft, Available Narrative: RP advised of a suspicious truck; “A stolen report was taken in regards to the theft of a maroon 2015 Ford F-250 pick up truck which had been left unlocked with a key in it in the 1100 block of Sierra Drive. While the officer was taking the stolen report a citizen called in a suspicious vehicle parked near their residence in the 1300 block of South Federal which turned out to be the stolen truck. Responding officers found two individuals sleeping in the truck and, after questioning them, arrested Adavia Boudeaux, 18 yoa from Fort Washakie for Grand Theft. The other occupant, who was 15 yoa, was released to a relative”
    • Crazythunder, Sawniece, 30, Riverton, Public Intoxication, Available Narrative: RP advised of a barefoot subject who ran into their car while waiting in the drive-thru
    • Apodaca, Benjamin, 36, Riverton, County Warrant, Eluding Police, Possession of a Controlled Substance Methamphetamine, Available Narrative: “Officer on patrol recognized Benjamin Apodaca, 36 yoa from Riverton who had a Fremont County warrant. When confronted Mister Apodaca ran from the officer and had to be chased down. Besides the original warrant Mister Apodaca was also charged Eluding Police and Possession of a Controlled Substance: Methamphetamine”
    • Oldman, Sunshine, 25, Gillette, Resisting, Available Narrative: RP advised they saw a stolen vehicle; “Officer on patrol in the 1300 blk block of South Federal saw a white 2020 Ford Escape, which had been reported stolen, north bound on Federal Blvd and attempted to stop it. The vehicle failed to yield and turned east on Riverlane Road and then north across several business properties towards East Monroe. Another RPD officer was east bound on Monroe in an attempt to head the stolen car off when it exited Skaggs lane at a high rate of speed and T-Boned the patrol car on the driver’s side. Two occupants fled from the scene on foot and Sunshine Oldman, 25 yoa from Gillette was located nearby and arrested for Resisting. Investigation into the theft of the Ford continues. Investigation of the collision was turned over to the Fremont County Sheriff’s office and the RPD officer involved in the collision was uninjured; click here for more

    RPD Citations and Other Notable Calls:

    • Intoxication: N Federal Blvd., 3:02 PM, Available Narrative: RP advised of two subjects passed out in alley; “Rudolph Norse, 56 yoa from Riverton was cited for Public Intoxication”
    • Sex Offense: 5:35 PM, Available Narrative: Report taken, no other info shared
    • Theft: E Pershing Ave., 8:08 PM, Available Narrative: RP advised of a subject who attempted to steal; “Dawn Addison, 45 yoa from Saint Stephens, was cited for shoplifting a bottle of Gatorlyte and given a No Trespass notice for the involved business”
    • Theft: Sierra Drive, 6:00 AM, Available Narrative: “WHI 2020 FORD ESCAPE, Wyoming plate #10-30622 – A stolen report was taken and the vehicle was entered into NCIC”
    • Property Destruction: E Adams Ave., 5:59 AM, Available Narrative: RP advised of slashed tires; “Report taken on three slashed tires on two different vehicles with damage estimated at $450”
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