A Casper man has been arrested for alleged drug possession, during the execution of a search warrant by the Casper Police Department, and the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
According to CPD paperwork, 34-year-old Raymond Norcutt was arrested during the afternoon hours of June 19th, 2018, and booked into jail on a recommended charge of Controlled Substance Possession.
Few specific details of the arrest were made available to media, by law enforcement. However a CPD affidavit says that police investigators and agents from DCI executed a search warrant on North Elk Street, on June 19th, just before 12:30 pm.
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The affidavit indicates that Norcutt was located on the property, and his person was searched as part of the execution of the warrant. The affidavit notes that Norcutt was accused of being in possession of multiple zip-top bindles, some containing suspected methamphetamine. Police also not finding a bag of suspected marijuana on Norcutt’s person.
It is further alleged that paraphernalia; including syringes, straws, and mirrors with suspected methamphetamine residue; was found.
The affidavit says that Norcutt admitted to ownership of the methamphetamine found on his person, and he was arrested.
Police say that the suspected methamphetamine was weighed and noted as being approximately 10 grams, without packaging.
All of those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filings from the Natrona County District Attorney’s Office.