Several criminal arrests in Laramie
Several criminal arrests took place in Laramie over the weekend.
On August 12, a police officer from Laramie was dispatched over a report of incest.
After investigation, a 46-year-old resident of Laramie was arrested on August 20 and charged with incest. Bond was set at thirty thousand dollars in cash.
A person guilty of incest is defined as a person who knowingly commits sexual intrusion or sexual contact with an ancestor or descendant of a full-blood or half-blood brother or sister, according to Law 6- Wyoming 4-402.
Incest is a felony punishable by imprisonment for up to fifteen years, a fine of up to ten thousand dollars, or both.
On August 22, while officers were investigating a previous service call in the 4300 block of Grand Avenue, they arrested 40-year-old Laramie resident Jose A. Alvarez for interfering with a peace officer. No bond has been established.
Wyoming Law 6-5-204 (b) states that a person who willfully and knowingly causes or attempts to cause bodily harm to a peace officer engaged in the lawful performance of his duties is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for up to ten years. .
On August 22 at around 2:31 p.m., police officers from Laramie were dispatched to the 1700 block of the Mercil court to report a burglary.
After an investigation, Austin L. Brumfield, a 28 year old resident of Laramie was arrested and charged with burglary. No bond has been established.
Wyoming Law 6-3-301 states that a person is guilty of burglary if they enter or remain in a building, occupied structure or vehicle, or a secure or separately occupied part thereof, with the intent to commit a theft or a crime there.
Burglary is a felony punishable by up to ten years in jail, a fine of up to ten thousand dollars, or both.
All of these charges are just charges and subjects are considered innocent until convicted by a court.
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