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Deputy Don Heiduck and Bill Willingham
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Laramie County Deputy Wins Community Advocate Award

Laramie County Deputy Sheriff Donald Heiduck was recognized thursday with the WYHY Federal Credit Union Community Advocate Award Thursday.

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Fatal Rollover Crash Near Egbert Thursday

The Laramie County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a rollover accident that left one person dead and four others injured or hospitalized on Thursday evening near Egbert.

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Motorists Urged To ”Click It Or Ticket”

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak said seat belts are the only real defense against what he called "D drivers"--drunk, drugged, distracted or dumb.

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Dog Injured In Pit Bull Attack

A golden retriever being taken for a walk by its owner was injured by a pair of pit bulls Thursday afternoon, according to a release from the Laramie County Sheriff's Department.

Undersheriff Rich Hilleg

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Trio Arrested For Conspiracy To Rob Burns Bank

Luce says the men tried to rob the bank on the morning of January 31, but were blocked by locked doors..

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Laramie County Traffic Stop Leads to The Seizure of About 40 Pounds of Meth

During a follow up on search warrants of his vehicle and residence, the Sheriff’s Department and DEA Cheyenne Office located and seized an additional 29 pounds of meth and a pound of cocaine.

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Fallen Officers Remembered

Law Enforcement officers from across the state were in Cheyenne Saturday for the 2nd Annual Fallen Officers Memorial at the Capitol building.

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2nd Wyoming Fallen Officer Memoriam and Procession Saturday

Cheyenne area law enforcement agencies are hosting the 2nd Annual Wyoming Fallen Peace Officer’s Memorial at the Capitol Building at noon on Saturday.

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Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
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Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of A Colorado Homicide Suspect

A Laramie County Sheriff’s Department traffic stop resulted in the arrest of two Colorado Springs, Colorado, individuals. One is a Homicide suspect sought by the Colorado Springs Police Department, and the other is wanted for Parole Violation from the Colorado Department of Corrections.

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Laramie County Sheriff Danny Glick
Laramie County Sheriff Danny Glick
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Sheriff’s Department Looking for Man

The Laramie County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating a missing Cheyenne man.

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