Riverton man pled ‘not guilty’ to felony methamphetamine possession charge

All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

(Riverton, WY) – 27-year-old Riverton resident Levi Chancellor pled “not guilty” to two counts at his November 18th arraignment hearing, overseen by the Honorable Judge Jason Conder.

The charges, an enhanced penalty possession of methamphetamine felony and an interference with a peace officer misdemeanor, stemmed from an alleged incident occurring on or around October 10th, where Chancellor was reported to have been found with marijuana, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop.


Chancellor is also reported have become combative while being detained, resulting in the use of officer force and a department issued taser.

A jury trial has been set for March 21st, 2022.

County 10 will provide more information on the case as it becomes available, which can be viewed here.

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