CASPER, Wyo. — Provided below are some details on law enforcement activities over the weekend and Monday based on Natrona County Sheriff’s Office and Casper Police Department call logs.
Pubic information officials from the agencies provided Oil City will these summaries on specific calls:
Disturbance, May 5 (CPD)
Police responded to a domestic disturbance between a married couple late Thursday night. The husband is accused of pushing the wife, who sustained non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to the hospital. Both individuals involved were interviewed. The husband, 51, was arrested on charges of a first offense of domestic battery.
MIPs at bonfires, May 6, May 7 (NCSO)
Two more bonfire parties were reported over the weekend, one Friday night off Bucknam Road northwest of Casper, and the other Saturday night on the east side of Casper Mountain on Circle Drive. 10 Minor in Possession of Alcohol violations were issued Friday to minors and adults under legal drinking age. Three MIPs were issued Saturday.
The week before, a bonfire was reported on Circle drive, and a vehicle leaving the party rolled with six occupants inside, at least one of whom suffered “serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.”
Disturbance, May 9 (CPD)
Officers responded to a residence for a report of a disturbance between two people. Upon arrival, officers were granted permission to enter, after which they located a third “involved person.” During the officers’ attempt to detain him, this third person “attempted to grab the officer’s duty weapon and physically assaulted the officers,” police said.
The man, 29, was arrested on charges of interference with a peace officer and breach of peace.
Trespassing, May 8
Officers were called in early Sunday to a downtown parking structure for a report of a trespasser. Upon further investigation, officers also located suspected methamphetamine on the suspect. The 20-year-old-man was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and possession of a controlled substance.