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Ten DUI Arrests New Year’s Eve

Local authorities arrested 10 people for Driving Under the Influence in the Cheyenne area on New Year's Eve, according to Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak.

Kozak says the joint effort included the Laramie County Sheriff's Department, Wyoming Highway Patrol and law enforcement from Wyoming State Parks

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Woman Arrested in New Year’s Stabbing

A 29 year old Cheyenne woman was arrested early Tuesday morning in connection with a stabbing at Goofy's bar at 2801 East Lincolnway, and her brother was arrested as an accessory after the fact. according to a spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department

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(Courtesy of Cheyenne Police)
(Courtesy of Cheyenne Police)
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DUI Task Force Activated For New Year’s Eve

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says the Regional DUI Task Force will be out New Year's Eve and early New Year's Day looking for impaired motorists.

Sgt. Rob Dafoe says besides local police, the Laramie County Sheriff's Department, Wyoming Highway Patrol, and law enforcement officials from Wyoming state parks will be watching for intoxicated drivers

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Cheyenne Police Offer Drug Recognition Class

The Cheyenne Police Department will be hosting a citizen seminar on drug influence recognition on December 10, according to spokesman Officer Dan Long

. He says the class will be especially geared towards parents and will teach parents how to recognize the symptoms of possible drug or alcohol use, focusing on the seven drug categories that are most abused by teenagers, ranging from stimulants like cocaine and meth to hallucinogens such as LSD to cannabis, including marijuana and hashish

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Crash Kills Pedestrian

Cheyenne Police say a traffic collision Tuesday evening claimed the life of a 55 year old Cheyenne man, Paul Seybold.

According to a Police Department press release, Seybold was trying to cross Dell Range Boulevard in the 3700 block around 7 pm when he was hit by a 2000 Dodge Stratus driven by 43 year old Stacey Martin of Cheyenne

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Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak
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Tuesday’s Morning Zone: Craig Winn and Chief Brian Kozak

Lots of excitement today in The Morning Zone with host Dave Chaffin:

7:07AM MST: Author of Tea Wit Terrorists, Prophet of Doom, Yada Yaweah and more, Craig Winn is on with Dave. Craig gives us a very unique ins

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Cheyenne Police Looking For Bank Robbers

Cheyenne Police are looking for a pair of suspects who robbed the Wyoming State Bank at 5538 Yellowstone Road late Monday afternoon.

So far few details are available other than that the pair were armed and dressed completely in black, with their faces covered

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Misty Stricker (Courtesy Cheyenne Police Department)
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Stricker Charged With Custody Interference

A  34 year old Cheyenne woman is facing charges of Felony Interference with Custody after allegedly taking her daughter and disappearing for several hours Tuesday evening according to Cheyenne Police Department spokesman Officer Dan Long

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(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
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Cheyenne Police Nab Oklahoma Murder Suspect

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says that agency arrested an 18 year man wanted in Oklahoma on first degree murder charges Monday.

According to a press release from spokesman Officer Dan Long, local police learned that Dacota Wright was in Cheyenne and arrested him without incident in the area of West Carlson Drive and Education Drive shortly after noon Monday

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Police Cite 91 School Zone Speeders in October

The Cheyenne Police Department wrote 91 tickets for speeding in school zones in October, according to spokesman Officer Dan Long.

The tickets were written as part of a special enforcement effort targeting traffic violations in school zones, and were the single largest category of traffic tickets written during the month

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