A 37-year-old Cheyenne man being sought on a Laramie County District Court warrant for failure to comply is now behind bars.

According to a booking sheet, Anthony Joseph Gello, one of five fugitives who were added to the Laramie County Sheriff's Office's "Most Wanted" list on Thursday, June 13, was arrested at 3518 Cleveland Ave. at 9:55 a.m. on Friday, June 14, after leading police on a foot pursuit.

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Hit-&-Run Leads to Cheyenne Fugitive's Arrest

Police say Gello bailed out of the front passenger side of a vehicle that refused to stop in the area of North College Drive and East Pershing Boulevard after a hit-and-run.

Upon searching a nearby trailer, police identified a possible hiding spot underneath a deflated raft, and when they lifted the raft, they reportedly found Gello lying underneath it.

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Canva | Google Maps

Police say the driver of the vehicle identified Gello as the owner of the vehicle.

They say Gello's vehicle contained slim jim tools, a jump pack, bolt cutters, punchers, and hammers used to break ignitions.

Gello was taken to the Laramie County Detention Center and booked on his warrant as well as charges of possession of burglar's tools, a felony punishable by up to three years in prison, up to a $3,000 fine, or both, and misdemeanor interference.

As of 10 a.m. Monday, June 17, he had yet to be formally charged.


Gello was seen in Laramie County Circuit Court on Tuesday morning on a single count of misdemeanor interference.

The Laramie County District Attorney's Office did not charge him with possession of burglar's tools.

Laramie County's Most Wanted Fugitives

The Laramie County Sheriff's Office is currently looking for these individuals:

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