4 arrested in Casper prostitution investigation

L-R Cody Sanderson, Hunter Brackett, Alexis Page, Sandra Page; courtesy of the Casper Police Dept.

Several people have been arrested and recommended for charges related to a  prostitution investigation, according to Casper Police.

Law enforcement records show that 23-year-old Alexis C. Page, 23-year-old Sandra E. Page, 26-year-old Cody Sanderson, and 26-year-old Hunter Brackett were arrested during the late night hours on October 19th.

Alexis Page, Sandra Page, and Sanderson were identified as being from Cheyenne. Brackett was said to have a residence in Florida.

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Casper Police say that the arrests were the result of an investigation that began on October 19th.

According to paperwork filed in the arrests, Casper Police officials found an advertisement on a website that is suspected to be used for advertising prostitution. The ad was for two women in the Cheyenne and Laramie area.

Police contacted the number listed in the ad and were advised that the two women in the ad would travel to Casper for $600, at a rate of $300 per hour, per woman.

Police conversed further with the person on the phone and a price of $1200 was agreed upon, to arrange a meeting in Casper.

Officers report obtaining an undercover motel room in Casper, and made contact with the women to inform them of the room number. An affidavit in the case also says that police asked if the women were “420 friendly,” indicating if they were open to marijuana use.

The affidavit says that the women offered to share marijuana and THC edibles for more money.

A meeting was reportedly arranged and the officers made text message and video phone contact with the suspects.

A woman, later identified as Alexis Page, knocked on the door of the room where the officers were, and police made contact with her. Officers searched a purse that Alexis Page had with her, finding marijuana, THC edibles, a bottle of Alazopram listed as belonging to Hunter Brackett, and a box containing two condoms.

Alexis Page was subsequently arrested. It is said that she informed officers that three other individuals were also on the property.

Police located Sandra Page, Sanderson, and Brackett in a vehicle in the hotel parking lot.

The affidavit says that, during an interview, Brackett denied knowledge of any marijuana delivery, but knew that Alexis Page was in town for the purpose of prostitution.

Sanderson claimed that he had talked Sandra Page out of the prostitution deal that had been previously brokered with officers, and also denied any knowledge of marijuana delivery.

Sandra Page is said to have told officers that she never planned on following through with having sex with strangers in exchange for money. However the affidavit says that Sandra Page admitted to speaking with officers via phone, and that the four had travelled for prostitution and marijuana delivery.

Officers describe seeing text passages on Alexis Page’s phone, that are sent from Sandra page saying “it’s a cop” and “get out.”

All four suspects were arrested and transported to the Natrona County Detention Center.

Alexis Page faces recommended charges of Prostitution, Controlled Substance Possession, Possession With Intent to Deliver, and two recommended charges of Conspiracy.

Sandra Page faces a recommended charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance, and two recommended charges of Conspiracy.

Brackett and Sanderson each face a recommended charge of Conspiracy.

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.