Three wanted Cheyenne residents were taken into custody Sunday after a Laramie County Sheriff's deputy reportedly spotted one of them.

According to arrest records, it all started around 5:30 p.m. when Deputy Martinez spotted 35-year-old Manuel Cruz Munoz, who was known to have a Laramie County warrant for probation violation, walking on the sidewalk near Carl's Jr. at 216 E. Lincolnway.

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Wanted Cheyenne Man Tased After Throwing Arresting Deputy to the Ground

When contacted, Munoz reportedly refused to follow commands and actively resisted arrest.

Deputy Neisen says he was thrown to the ground during the apprehension, but Martinez deployed his taser and Munoz was taken into custody.

"The Taser 10 brought the confrontation to a quick end," the Sheriff's Office in a Facebook post on Monday afternoon said.

According to the post, 42-year-old Kenneth Anthony Prien, who had a felony warrant for parole violation, and 43-year-old Michelle Quiles, who had a warrant out of Laramie County for misdemeanor theft, met Munoz at the scene.

When Prien was searched, he reportedly had a small baggie of methamphetamine on him.

He and Quiles were also taken into custody, and each member of the trio was booked into the Laramie County Detention Center on their respective warrant.

Munoz was also booked on a misdemeanor charge of interference with a peace officer and Prien for misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine.

Prien and Quiles made their initial appearances in Laramie County Circuit Court on Monday morning, Prien on the misdemeanor possession charge and Quiles on her warrant.

Prien pled out and was sentenced to 20 days in jail, and Quiles' bond was set at $1,000 at 10% and her arraignment was scheduled for May 1 at 9 a.m.

Munoz is scheduled to make his initial court appearance tomorrow, April 2, at 9:45 a.m.

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