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22, May 2013 - Florida fugitive suspected of faking his death arrested in Wyoming
Federal and state authorities in Wyoming on Monday arrested a fugitive out of Florida suspected of sex crimes who they believe faked his death earlier in the year.
21, May 2013 - Florida fugitive who faked his death arrested in Park County, Wyo.
Federal and state authorities in Wyoming arrested on Monday a fugitive out of Florida whom they believe faked his own death earlier in the year.
20, May 2013 - 2 Arrested, 1 Injured In MN Illegal Fireworks Case
Two men are in custody while another was burned in a minor explosion from what police call an illegal fireworks operation in the city of Wyoming.
20, May 2013 - 2 arrested, 1 injured in Minnesota illegal fireworks case
WYOMING, Minn. - Two men are in custody while another was burned in a minor explosion from what police call an illegal fireworks operation in the city of Wyoming.
20, May 2013 - KEYC - Mankato News, Weather, Sports - - 2 arrested, 1 injured in MN illegal fireworks case
WYOMING, Minn. (AP) - Two men are in custody while another was burned in a minor explosion from what police call an illegal fireworks operation in the city of Wyoming.
19, May 2013 - 1 Hurt, 2 Arrested For Illegal Fireworks Operation
A medical call lands two men in jail after Wyoming police discovered an illegal fireworks operation Saturday...
19, May 2013 - 1 Injured In Illegal Firework Factory Explosion
An illegal firework manufacturing operation was discovered Saturday in Wyoming after a man was hospitalized for 1st-degree burns. Wyoming Police say a 30-year-old man suffered severe burns after a flashover minor explosion in the garage at 7002 Lake Blvd late Saturday morning.
17, May 2013 - Wyoming deputies discover $575,000 in cash at house during drug bust
The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department and the Southern Violent Crime and Drug Task Force discovered more than half a million dollars in a safe confiscated last week during the execution of a search warrant, according to Sheriff Randall Aliff.
16, May 2013 - Convicted rapist on the lam had new look, multiple identities, authorities say
John Calvin Buckley IV, the convicted Lexington rapist who was captured Wednesday in Wyoming after a 10-month nationwide manhunt, had changed his looks and assumed multiple identities while on the run, authorities said.
13, May 2013 - Wyoming legislative committee considers compensation for inmates exonerated by DNA evidence
JACKSON -- A state legislative committee endorsed a bill on Monday that would ensure compensation for prisoners exonerated by post-conviction DNA testing.
11, May 2013 - Bust nets $10,000, 400 pills, 70 weapons
Authorities in Wyoming County confiscated $10,000 in cash, 400 assorted pills and 70 weapons after executing a search warrant on a McGraws residence. Submitted photo
10, May 2013 - Wyoming Co. man facing drug, weapons charges
A 26-year-old Wyoming County has been arrested on drug and weapons charges...
09, May 2013 - UW Police: Facebook post was a hoax -- UPDATED
The University of Wyoming Police Department issued a citation Monday afternoon in Albany County Circuit Court for Meg Lanker-Simons, a woman allegedly threatened last week in a social media post authorities now contend was a hoax.
06, May 2013 - Despite probe, DeSanto keeps baseball job
When confronted last August with allegations he diverted resources from the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority to aid Little League Baseball, Fred DeSanto quit as executive director of the authority.
02, May 2013 - University of Wyoming police: Rape threat came from alleged target
The University of Wyoming Police Department says Meg Lanker-Simons created the anonymous threat of sexual violence targeted at her on social media last week.
01, May 2013 - UW Police: Facebook post was a hoax
The University of Wyoming Police Department issued a citation Monday afternoon in Albany County Circuit Court for Meg Lanker-Simons, a woman allegedly threatened last week in a social media post.
30, Apr 2013 - Officer injured while chasing 2 jaywalkers
One Dayton police officer was injured today while running after two men who tried to elude police. Police said the two men caught the attention of officers by jaywalking near Wyoming Street and St. Nicholas Avenue. When officers approached the two, they ran away but were caught after a short pursuit. One officer twisted his ankle after scaling a fence during the pursuit. He was taken to Miami ...
30, Apr 2013 - County complaint against cop withdrawn in favor of federal wrongful death suit
A complaint filed in Wyoming County Court against Tunkhannock Twp. Police Officer Mark Papi alleging the wrongful death of a Lake Winola man last fall has been withdrawn. President Judge Russell Shurtleff on Monday afternoon signed a Motion to Voluntaril
23, Apr 2013 - In much of the U.S. West, even moderate states balk at gun control
How much do Westerners like their guns? Ask any politician. Even moderates know it's futile to push too hard on gun control. HELENA, Mont. — Stephen Watt is no stranger to gun violence. In 1982, as a 26-year-old Wyoming state trooper, he stopped a fleeing bank robber who pumped five bullets into Watt before leaving him for dead on an empty stretch of highway.
21, Apr 2013 - Police make three arrests after search
The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office says they made three arrests Thursday, after they say they found drugs and guns inside a Village of Perry home.
12, Apr 2013 - Warrant Sought In Kingston Crash Investigation
KINGSTON — Court papers have revealed the identity of the 18-year-old Wyoming Valley West student who was driving a car...
12, Apr 2013 - Police: Ten rifles, shotguns found in home of convicted felon
State Police say they found 10 rifles and shotguns in the Wyoming County home of a convicted felon earlier this month...
12, Apr 2013 - Wyo. Supreme Court to hear challenge to DUI law
The Wyoming Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next week on challenges to a recent state law that allows judges to give permission over the phone to police officers to draw blood or perform other tests on motorists suspected of driving while impaired.
09, Apr 2013 - Taping of farm cruelty is becoming the crime
On one covert video, farm workers illegally burn the ankles of Tennessee walking horses with chemicals. Another captures workers in Wyoming punching and kicking pigs and flinging piglets into the air. And at one of the country’s largest egg suppliers, a video shows hens caged alongside rotting bird corpses, while workers burn and snap off the beaks of young chicks.Each video — all shot in the ...
09, Apr 2013 - Health records take back seat to guns
Only 13 people in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska would fail a federal background check to buy a gun because of mental illness, records show.
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