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Casper Man Arrested on Several Drug Charges

A Casper man believed to have been in possession of drugs including cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana is awaiting his preliminary hearing in Circuit Court.

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Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
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4 Arrested in Casper Gun Burglary and Meth Delivery Case

A police investigation into a Casper robbery has resulted in the arrest of four individuals, including charges of Delivery of Methamphetamine.

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Green River Man Sought On Felony Drug Charges

Each charges carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison, a $25,000 fine or both.

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80 lbs of Marijuana are displayed on the hood of a State Trooper vehicle.
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WHP Seizes 80 lbs of Marijuana in Albany County

Three men are in jail following the seizure of 80 pounds of marijuana from a vehicle that was traveling eastbound on I-80 through Albany County.

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5 Arrested in Albany County Related Meth Case

Five individuals in Albany County and one in Denver, have been served with federal arrest warrants related to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

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Terry Lee Norris, Lisa Diane Bailey (Courtesy Albany County Sheriff's Office)
Terry Lee Norris, Lisa Diane Bailey (Courtesy Albany County Sheriff's Office)
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Two Laramie Residents Arrested on Meth Charges

According to court paperwork Lisa Diane Bailey and Terry Lee Norris were arrested following an investigation by a task force of the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.

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Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
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Sheriff Says Meth Use Coming Back

Laramie County Sheriff Danny Glick says his agency is starting to see more people abusing methamphetamine again.

Glick says for a time his agency was seeing fewer meth cases, particularly after state officials cracked down on people's ability to obtain some of the chemicals used to make meth and law enforcement made headway against the mobile labs manufacturing the drug

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Laramie Man Arrested for Endangering Children-Controlled Substance

Laramie Police have arrested a 26-year-old man for "Endangering Children-Controlled Substance."

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Phil Walker/Getty
Phil Walker/Getty
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Kozak Says Progress Made in Fight Against Meth

 

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says the fight against methamphetamine is making progress both locally and across the country, although the chief says it remains a problem. Kozak says he has seen a study which says nationally the number of meth users is about half what it was four years ago. Kozak says local police are also seeing somewhat less of the drug than they have in recent years.

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A large quantity of methamphetamine. (Phil Walter/Getty)
A large quantity of methamphetamine. (Phil Walter/Getty)
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Portable Meth Lab Found

The Laramie County Sheriff's Department is investigating a portable meth lab that was found in a backpack Friday afternoon, according to spokesman Gerry Luce. He says the bag was reported as found pr

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