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- Mayor fires Torrington police chief after hit-and-run crash - TORRINGTON, Wyo. (AP) — The mayor of Torrington has fired the city’s police chief after a Goshen County Sheriff’s Office investigation found he caused a hit-and-run accident that broke a utility pole. Mayor Mike Varney said Thursday that Police Chief Eric Sharp was terminated in connection to the Oct. 13 crash. Sharp pleaded guilty to the charges and paid a fine in Goshen County Court on Wednesday. The sheriff’s office found that she damage done to the pole was consistent with damage to Sharp’s pickup truck. Police officers asked the sheriff’s office to investigate because they suspected the culprit was an officer.
- Report: state management of federal lands not recommended - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A study has concluded that not much would change if Wyoming took over management of federal lands within its borders. Jackson-based Y2 Consultants completed the 357-page report for the Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments. The study cost $75,000 and looked at how realistic it would be for Wyoming to manage the bulk of its federally owned public lands. The study finds that the land management trials, conundrums, and conflicts encountered by the federal government would largely be the same if the state took over management. Some lawmakers and others have promoted the idea of Wyoming taking over management of federal land, arguing that federal management hinders the development of lucrative resources on the land.
- Laramie woman pleads not guilty to meth charges - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A Laramie woman has been accused of supplying methamphetamine to the city. 26-year-old Jesse Lee Mitros pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges of possession and possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine. Mitros was arrested Aug. 3 after a Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation probe indicated she may be a drug supplier. At the time of her arrest, Mitros had several prescription bottles with other people’s names on them, drug paraphernalia and more than 38 grams of methamphetamine. Officers also found machete, a pair of brass knuckles and a pellet gun replica of a firearm in the Jeep. Mitros remains in custody in lieu of a $15,000 cash bond.
- Wyo. Supreme Court hears former county attorney’s appeal - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A lawyer on Thursday urged the Wyoming Supreme Court to overturn the criminal convictions of a former Albany County prosecuting attorney. Richard Bohling was sentenced in February to serve two- to four years in prison on convictions of four felony counts of obtaining property by false pretenses and one misdemeanor count of misconduct. Prosecutors say he took county cameras and computer gear for personal use. A lawyer for Bohling argued at Thursday’s hearing at the University of Wyoming College of Law in Laramie that Bohling shouldn’t have been convicted because he never took ownership of the items. A lawyer for the state argued Bohling’s convictions should stand, saying he shot photos on family vacations with the cameras. The court will issue a written decision later.
- Lander Care and Share Food Bank gets gift - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Lander Care & Share Food Bank was the recipient of all the One Shot Antelope Hunt game meat. The One Shot donated the processed meat to give out at the Food Bank. Audrey Krise, director of the Lander Care & Share Food Bank noted that they can accept professionally processed game meat from the local community as well.
- Tit for tat: Cheney, Greene exchange personal jabs in debate - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Tension mounted in a U.S. House race debate as Democrat Ryan Greene and Republican Liz Cheney traded a series of increasingly personal barbs. The sniping culminated with Cheney saying Greene’s parents guaranteed his job security with employment in his family’s energy company. Greene countered that Vice President Dick Cheney did the same for Liz Cheney with her job in the State Department. The Casper Star-Tribune and Wyoming PBS hosted the debate Thursday in Casper. The candidates also tried to undermine each other on political issues. Greene said he doesn’t support significant restrictions on guns and fossil fuels but Cheney questioned that, saying Greene would caucus with Democrats who do. Greene said Cheney can’t honestly claim to oppose tax subsidies for renewable energy when her top donors include a wind-energy developer.