Cheyenne – The majority of traffic contacts a Trooper makes end quickly with a citation or a warning, however, a simple traffic stop can sometimes lead to the discovery of additional criminal activity.
During a Wyoming Highway Patrol K-9 deployment exercise on Interstate 80 in Laramie County in August of this year Troopers arrested two individuals, an adult male driver and adult male passenger, who were found to be transporting approximately 5 pounds of marijuana. Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2013 10:32Read more: Interdiction By Trooper Leads To Additional Warrants For Identity Theft
Washington, D.C. – The Senate passed a bill this week that would help parents of internationally adopted children correct errors on their child’s birth certificate. U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both R-Wyo., joined 11 other senators in cosponsoring the Accuracy for Adoptees Act lead by Senator Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. The bill would require the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service to recognize state court orders that amend a child’s birth date. Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2013 10:28Read more: Sheridan Family Inspires Enzi and Barrasso
WRIGHT, Wyo., Dec. 2, 2013 – At this time of the year, many people in Wyoming increase their level of sharing and giving.
“As we give thanks for so many things, we should remember the outstanding classroom teachers who helped us along the way,” said Greg Schaefer, Arch Coal vice president, external affairs, western region. “The Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards Program provides an excellent opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to a special teacher in a meaningful way.Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 December 2013 11:18 Read more: Nominate Wyoming Teachers Now for an Arch Coal Teacher Award
Wheatland – Two individuals, one wanted on a nationwide BOLO for homicide, remain in custody this morning in Wyoming.
A Trooper patrolling northbound Interstate 25 approximately 3 miles south of Wheatland Thursday evening pulled in behind a stranded motorist in a green Ford pickup with Florida tags to check on them.
Temperatures remain below freezing in the State and Troopers often stop to check on stranded motorists to make sure they have help and offering assistance throughout their daily patrols.
The male driver informed the Trooper that they had ran out of fuel and were waiting for someone to bring them some. As the Trooper conversed with the couple, a male and female, he began to suspect they might be two individuals wanted from the State of Florida from photos sent out to all Wyoming Troopers Statewide Thursday.Last Updated on Friday, 13 December 2013 12:46 Read more: Suspect In Florida Double Homicide Taken Into Custody