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  • Utah man stole gold and silver from parents - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A Utah man has been sentenced to seven years and two months in prison for stealing $1.9 million worth of gold and silver from his parents’ home in Wyoming. Richard Jordan Kennedy, of Randolph, Utah, had pleaded guilty to unlawfully transporting stolen goods across state lines. An affidavit and other court documents show Kennedy stole gold and silver coins from safes in his parents’ home north of Riverton between 2010 and 2013 and sold some of the precious metals for cash in Utah. Kennedy was sentenced Dec. 12. Court documents show the stolen items included 440 silver quarters, 115 silver bars weighing 100 ounces, 579 gold eagle coins, 1,250 silver Morgan dollars, 225.85 ounces of gold eagle coins and 1,500 silver eagle coins.
  • Wyoming State Prison buildings inspected - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Building inspectors have been examining possible structural issues at the Wyoming State Prison in Rawlins. The maximum-security prison is 13 years old. Wyoming Department of Corrections spokesman Mark Horan says there have been elevation changes going on under the facility and cracks have appeared in some walls. Built in 2001, the Wyoming State Penitentiary complex consists of a high-security/special-needs prison as well as administration and warehouse/maintenance buildings, and a central production facility. The prison houses about 700 inmates, the majority in medium-security custody. It has a full operational capacity of about 756. Horan says the structural assessment is ongoing, and no determinations have been made so far.
  • Mead criticized by Goshen County GOP - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Thirty-three members of the Goshen County Republican Party have signed a letter that rebukes Republican Gov. Matt Mead for not doing more to fight same-sex marriage in Wyoming. The letter also calls on GOP officeholders to heed the Wyoming Republican Party’s platform planks that oppose gay marriage. The Goshen County letter was sent to Mead, Senate President-elect Phil Nicholas and House Speaker-elect Kermit Brown. Nicholas and Brown are both Republicans from Laramie. Mead responded in a statement that he’s been firm in his stance that marriage is between a man and a woman but Wyoming must follow court orders that forced the state to accept gay marriage. Mead noted the Goshen County group was silent when the state was fighting gay marriage in court.
  • Former Albany County prosecutor charged with theft - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Attorney General’s Office has charged Albany County’s former top prosecutor, saying he used county money to buy cameras and computer equipment for his own use. Richard Bohling was charged Thursday with nine counts, including larceny, wrongful taking of property and official misconduct. He has been summoned to appear in court Friday. Investigators say Bohling, while serving as the Albany County attorney and prosecutor, used public money to pay for expensive cameras, computer equipment and a membership to the Laramie Rifle Range. An agent with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation says Albany County’s clerk audited vouchers that the county attorney’s office had turned over for payment and found nearly $20,000 in questionable spending. Bohling did not seek re-election in November.
  • Man acknowledges vandalizing high school in Casper - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — One of three men accused of breaking into a Casper high school and causing at least $10,000 worth of damage has pleaded guilty. 22-year-old Robert Rowe pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor count of criminal entry and a felony count of property destruction. As part of a plea deal, he faces a 90-day jail term and two to five years of probation. He also would be required to pay $7,493 in restitution. Investigators say Rowe, 26-year-old Courtland Lovato and 30-year-old Kasey Ford broke into Natrona County High School on Sept. 19 after drinking at a pub. They are accused of damaging equipment and furnishings throughout the school. Lovato and Ford are graduates of the high school.
  • Grandma pleads guilty to custodial interference - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A 59-year-old woman has acknowledged abducting her 7-year-old granddaughter from her elementary school playground in Casper. Viana Jones, of Edgerton, appeared in court Thursday and pleaded guilty to custodial interference. She had been ordered by a court not to have contact with her granddaughter except during supervised visits after pleading guilty to marijuana possession. Jones was reportedly wearing a wig when she went to North Casper Elementary School on Nov. 3 and drove away with the girl, who became the subject of an Amber Alert. The grandmother was arrested about 11 miles west of Sundance. Jones is being held at the Natrona County jail on $50,000 bail and will be sentenced at a later date.

 

 

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