Woman facing recommended Child Endangerment charges after search of home

Ralyssa Leigh Allison (courtesy of the Casper Police Department)

CASPER, Wyo. — Casper Police say that a 28-year-old woman was arrested after a Probation and Parole check of her home. The suspect is facing recommended drug possession charges as well as two recommended felony charges for Child Endangerment with Methamphetamine.

According to an affidavit filed in the case, Ralyssa Leigh Allison of Casper, was arrested and booked into the Natrona County Detention Center during the evening of September 13, 2019.

The affidavit indicates that Allison was a client of Wyoming Probation and Parole, and was being subject to a search of her home on the 100 block of South Lowell Street, in Casper. It is said that Allison had failed a controlled substance screening for both marijuana and methamphetamine, prompting the search.

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Investigators also say that witnesses reported smelling marijuana coming from Allison’s apartment.

Agents from Probation and Parole and officers from the Casper Police Department made contact with Allison on September 13, outside of her home.

Allison was said to have provided a screening sample after the contact that showed presumptive positive results for methamphetamine and marijuana. The affidavit says that Allison disclosed to P & P agents that she had last used methamphetamine on September 11, 2019.

A search of the home yielded two glass bongs suspected for methamphetamine use, a glass pipe for suspected methamphetamine use, an improvised pipe believed for methamphetamine use- made from a pill bottle, two jeweler’s bags with suspected meth residue, a tooter, six suspected marijuana pipes, one container of THC hand cream, and other items of marijuana paraphernalia.

A search of a vehicle belonging to Allison was reported to have found a plastic container, with 1.4 grams of suspected methamphetamine, a jeweler’s bag with suspected meth residue, a glass pipe with marijuana residue, a glass jar with marijuana residue, and a metal “one-hitter” pipe suspected for marijuana use.

The police affidavit goes on to say that Allison was the sole adult occupant of the home, but the home was frequented by two juvenile children.

Allison was transported to the Natrona County Detention Center without further reported incident.