Man arrested for felony methamphetamine, child endangerment

Spirit Carlson

A Casper man was arrested on July 7th for possession of controlled substances and child endangerment.

According to a police affidavit, Casper Police arrived at a residence with an arrest warrant for Spirit Carlson.

After transporting Carlson to the Natrona County Detention Center, police were granted a search warrant and entered the residence.

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Inside officers found three adults and a 6-month-old baby.

In a safe in the room and less than two feet from a diaper bag, officers found a long methamphetamine pipe with residue, a jeweler’s bag with methamphetamine residue, a pill bag with two methamphetamine rocks, a jeweler’s bag with a small amount of marijuana, and a SPAM stash can, according to the report.

In the kitchen officers found “multiple” sandwich and snack-sized baggies with marijuana residue, and a blue marijuana pipe which another resident in the home admitted was his.

Officers found numerous methamphetamine paraphernalia and more methamphetamine in a room shared by Carlson and another resident.

An agent with the Department of Family Services arrived and took custody of the 6-month-old child, according to the report.

The report says Carlson had been sentenced to probation for controlled substance possession in Natrona County in 2017 and 2018.

Recommended charges against Carlson are possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine (felony-weight), possession of a controlled substance-marijuana (felony-3rd), and child endangerment-methamphetamine (felony).