A home check by the Casper Police Department and Wyoming Probation and Parole has led to the arrest of three individuals, according to law enforcement paperwork.
Records show that 27-year-old Sammy Jaques was arrested on a recommended charge of Methamphetamine Possession as well as a hold for Probation and Parole, during the nighttime hours of January 28th.
Two other individuals were arrested on outstanding warrants. Those individuals have been identified as 30-year-old Bobby Davis and 36-year-old Michael Cornell.
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A Casper Police Department affidavit filed in the incident say that officers responded along with P&P agents for a home compliance check on the 600 block of CY Avenue. The residence was said to belong to Jaques.
Agents and police contacted Jaques, who is said to have told law enforcement that she had marijuana paraphernalia in the closet, where officers would also find two men hiding.
Police opened the closet and say that they removed Davis and Cornell. Police say that Davis claimed that he believed the officers were his “crazy ex-girlfriend,” despite officers announcing themselves.
Davis was also reported in the affidavit as saying that he had no knowledge there was another male in the closet with him. This despite that the two suspects are described in police paperwork as “being pressed up against one another in the tiny space.”
Police say that dispatch confirmed that both men had active warrants for their arrest.
Agents and police report that a search of the home yielded a suspected methamphetamine pipe and unused needles.
A search of Jaques vehicle was also said to have found three used needles and a spoon with suspected methamphetamine residue.
All three individuals were arrested and transported to the Natrona County Detention Center without further reported incident.
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.
Booking photos for Cornell and Davis were not made immediately available by the Casper Police Department.