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Police:Assault Suspect Apparently Shot Himself

Cheyenne Police say a 40 year old Cheyenne resident who was wanted for aggravated assault as well as outstanding county warrants apparently shot himself before he could be arrested.

According to a press release from the department, Brady Wake was being sought for an aggravated assault with a weapon Tuesday night

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Chief:Shooting Car Windows ‘Seems To Be A Tradition Here’

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says in his 30 years of law enforcement he has never seen a community that has as many incidents of vandals shooting out car windows as Cheyenne does.

There have been numerous cases of such attacks in Cheyenne in recent years, with the most recent string occurring this past weekend when police say over 20 cars in various parts of the city were vandalized

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Cheyenne Police Targeting School Bus Law Violaters

The Cheyenne Police Department Traffic Unit is making a special effort to enforce the laws against passing a school bus that has it's flashing red lights activated, according to spokesman Officer Dan Long

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Police:HEAT Program Reducing Public Intoxication, Jail Costs

Cheyenne Police say the implementation of the Homeless Empowerment Action Team--or HEAT--program has resulted in fewer arrests for public intoxication and has helped to slow an increase in incarceration costs related to transients

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Terrence James (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
Terrence James (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
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Terrence James To Face Conspiracy Charge

Laramie County Circuit Court Judge Roberta Coates Tuesday afternoon bound over 20 year old Terrence James of Cheyenne  to face a charge of Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery in connection with the holdup of a cash advance store on January 10th

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A large quantity of methamphetamine. (Phil Walter/Getty)
A large quantity of methamphetamine. (Phil Walter/Getty)
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Kozak:Fewer Meth Cases Recently

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says his officers are seeing fewer meth cases these days compared to a few years ago. Kozak says one study he's seen indicates there are about 300, 000 meth users nationally compared to three years ago, and says local police are seeing quite a bit less of the highly addictive drug as well

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Cheyenne Police Offer Prescription Drug Drop Box

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department wants local residents to know they can drop off unused prescription drugs in a drop box in the Police Department Building lobby.

Officer Dan Long says his agency is seeing more abuse of prescription drugs these days than traditional street drugs like meth and heroin

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Isaac James (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
Isaac James (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
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Isaac James, Kevin Lewis to Face District Court

Two Cheyenne men accused of holding up the Advance America Cash Advance store in Cheyenne on January 10 will face charges in District Court.

Kevin Lewis, who faces one count of Aggravated Robbery in connection with the incident, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning which means his case will be heard in District Court

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Terrence James (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
Terrence James (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
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James Preliminary Hearing Postponed

The preliminary hearing of a 20 year old Cheyenne man who is accused of aggravated robbery in connection with with the armed holdup of a cash advance store in Cheyenne has been postponed until February 5th

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(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
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Cheyenne Police:Most Crimes Down Last Year

Cheyenne Police say most serious crimes aside from property crimes were down in the city last year. Officer Dan Long says there were no reported homicides in Cheyenne in 2012, and says there was a 20% decrease in rape and robbery

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