Arrest Report (11/27 – 12/02)

Dec 4, 2023 | Featured, Regional News

Torrington, WY December 4th, 2023 — Here’s a look at recent arrests made by Goshen County Law Enforcement since November 27th:


Age: 32
Booking Date: 11/27/2023 21:06
Arresting Agency: TPD
Arrest Date: 11/27/2023
Arrest Location: 600 West 15th Ave, Torrington, WY
– 1 count of 31-7-134(c) (1) – Drive while lic suspended – 2nd + offense [Misdemeanor] Bail: $0


Age: 38
Booking Date: 11/27/2023 15:27
Arresting Agency: TPD
Arrest Date: 11/27/2023
Arrest Location: 1333 East 17th, Torrington, WY
– 1 count of Warrant – FTA/DWUS [Misdemeanor] Bail: $0
– 2 counts of 6-3-402 (a) (c) (iii) (8) – Theft – und $1,000 – All other larceny [Misdemeanor] Bail: $500


Age: 39
Booking Date: 12/01/2023 17:12
Arresting Agency: TPD
Arrest Date: 12/01/2023
Arrest Location: 1566 West A, Torrington, WY
– 1 count of Warrant – FTA/Compulsory Insurance Violation [Misdemeanor] Bail: $500

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Prisoners being held in the Goshen County Detention Center are both Pre- and Post- trial offenders. Unless otherwise declared “guilty” or “convicted”, offenders are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.