Teran’s case bound over to District Court

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

    (Riverton, WY) – 24-year-old Bryce Teran appeared before Judge Wesley Roberts on Wednesday, January 19th for his preliminary hearing. He currently faces two felony murder charges for his involvement with the January 2019 deaths of Jocelyn Watt and Rudy Perez.

    Enough probable cause was found at the preliminary hearing to transfer this case, along with both felony murder charges, to District Court. An arraignment date will be set at a later time.


    Teran, who was 21-years-old at the time of the murders, is one of four implicated in the double homicide.

    Teran was reportedly directed by an armed Brandon Monroe to drive to Jocelyn Watt’s residence near City Park in Riverton on the evening of January 3rd, 2019. He then parked in the alley and waited with Korbin Headley while Monroe and Patrick SunRhodes entered and returned from the residence.

    It was noted during the preliminary hearing that it was concerning to him that Monroe had a gun and that he didn’t know what was going to happen.

    Additional information about the evening of January 3rd, 2019, can be read in our earlier post here.


    County 10 will continue to share updates for each individuals’ case as they become available. Click here to view the latest.


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