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- Man’s body found in wrecked SUV in northeastern MT - BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A group of hunters found the body of a Wyoming man in a sport utility vehicle that went off the road in northeastern Montana more than a month ago and rolled down a steep embankment, landing on its top. The Montana Highway Patrol says the hunters spotted the wrecked vehicle on Thursday north of Glasgow, but officers estimate the crash happened on Sept. 19. Officers said the 52-year-old man from Rock Springs, was eastbound in a GMC Suburban when he went off a county road, hit an old piece of farm equipment and went over the embankment. The man’s name has not been released. The patrol is still investigating the crash.
- WGFD SEEKS INFORMATION ON JEFFREY CITY MULE DEER POACHING - LANDER – South Riverton Game Warden Brad Gibb is seeking information about an adult buck mule deer illegally shot in the town of Jeffrey City. This crime occurred on Wednesday, October 22. Gibb says that according to an account “The eyewitness heard a rifle shot at approximately 6:45 pm and then witnessed a four point buck fall to the ground. The buck was inside an enclosed six foot chain link fence. A gold Ford Super Duty truck then drove into the enclosed area and up to the buck. A man exited the vehicle looked around, left the deer, and drove out of the area.” No further leads have been obtained. Gibb is urging anyone who may have observed or have knowledge of this crime, to report it to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
- Colo. man pleads guilty to sex trafficking - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A 30-year-old Colorado man has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of sex trafficking of children for an interstate prostitution crime that ended in Casper in June. Joseph Javon Dawson of Aurora, Colorado, pleaded guilty on Oct. 20 during a hearing before U.S. District Judge Alan Johnson in Cheyenne. Dawson faces at least 10 years in prison when he is sentenced on Dec. 29. Casper police were participating in a national effort targeting child sex trafficking when they answered an ad for a female advertising escort services. The girl who replied was 16 and was listed as a missing and endangered person in the National Crime Information Center database. Casper police say Dawson acknowledged bringing two other girls to Casper from Colorado to prostitute them.
- Roof repair at Riverton library approved - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Riverton’s Branch Library will soon get help with its leaky roof. Fremont County commissioners are hiring architects and engineers to design the work. The Riverton library’s roof has leaked for years, posing a threat to the shelves and books underneath. Staffers have often resorted to covering stacks with tarps and placing buckets to catch drips. The library has received a $570,000 grant through one State Loan and Investment Board program and has applied for $320,000 from another. The county has committed $250,000.
- Evaluation ordered in attempted murder case - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A judge has ordered a mental health evaluation for a Casper man charged with trying to kill his estranged wife by running her over with his vehicle. Defense attorneys for 42-year-old Clint Webb made the motion in court Thursday, saying they had reasonable cause to believe he was suffering from a mental illness or deficiency. Webb angrily objected and extra security had to be brought in to restrain him. Webb is charged with attempted second-degree murder, two counts of aggravated assault and property destruction for a confrontation with his wife in late June. Police say Webb struck his wife’s minivan with his vehicle and then drove around the block and tried to hit her as she stood on a nearby lawn. Webb is jailed with his bail set at $100,000.
- Crook County ranch preserved for ag use - SUNDANCE, Wyo. (AP) — A landowner is protecting almost 2,000 acres in Crook County for agriculture use. Landowner Jackie Griffith agreed to a conservation easement on the Wood Ranch donated in part to the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust. The project complements two completed conservation easements in Crook County held by the Stock Growers Land Trust. The Wood Ranch conservation easement ensures the ranch’s compatibility with agriculture and prevents the ranch from being converted to non-agricultural uses in the future. The Wood Ranch was founded in 1895 by Jacob Wood and remained in the Wood family for many generations. Griffith purchased the land from the Wood family in 2000. Wood Ranch is situated in the Bear Lodge Mountains and is nestled in the Beaver Creek Valley.