Woman wanted on multiple warrants flees police, found in nearby bathroom

Ralyssa Leigh Allison courtesy of the Casper Police Dept

A Casper woman was arrested on multiple recommended charges after police say that she ditched her car, fleeing from officers, and was found in the bathroom of a nearby doctor’s office.

Law enforcement records say that Ralyssa Leigh Allison was arrested and booked into the Natrona County Detention Center, on the Afternoon of September, 11th, 2018.

In an arrest affidavit, officers say that they were in the area of South McKinley and East 2nd Streets, on routine patrol. Officers say that they observed a car driving with expired registration.

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According to records, dispatch informed officers that Allison was the owner of the car and that she was wanted on multiple warrants.

Police say that they matched a book-in photo with the appearance of the driver.

The car was said to drive westbound down an alley between 1st and 2nd streets, near South Jefferson. Police say that they attempted to initiate a traffic stop as the vehicle pulled into a parking spot behind a 2nd street building.

Police say that the driver exited the vehicle and ran north on foot, and did not respond to officers announcements.

Police say that the suspect ran into a doctor’s office on South Jefferson Street. Police were informed by office staff that a women had come in and requested a restroom.

The suspect, identified as Allison, was found in the women’s bathroom, with the lights turned off.

Police say in the affidavit, that Allison said she had run because she was aware that she had warrants.

CPD paperwork says that Allison had two Casper Police Department warrants and one Natrona County Sheriff’s Office warrant. Further Allison was reported to have had a suspended Driver’s license.

Police also say that Allison admitted that the vehicle did not have insurance.

During an inventory of the vehicle, prior to towing, officers reported a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside.

Officers report finding suspected marijuana pipe in the vehicle’s center console.

Allison was booked into the Natrona County Detention Center on recommended charges of Driving While Under Suspension, Failure to Maintain Insurance, Driving Without Registration, Controlled Substance Possession- Marijuana, Interference, Failure to Comply, and Failure to Appear.

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.