Arrest Report (6/6 – 6/8)

Jun 11, 2024 | Crime

Torrington, WY (GCSO) June 11th, 2024 — Here’s a look at recent arrests made by Goshen County Law Enforcement since June 6th:


Age: 43
Booking Date: 06/06/2024 19:29
Arresting Agency: TPD
Arrest Date: 06/06/2024
Arrest Location: 1502 East K Street
1 count of Warrant- FTA [Misdemeanor] Bail: $800
1 count of 31-7-134(a)- Drive while lic cancelled, suspended, or revoked if not suspended for 31-5-229 or 31-5-233 [Misdemeanor] Bail: $0
1 count of 31-5-1101(a)- Leave scene of accident resulting in injury or death [Misdemeanor] Bail: $0
1 count of 31-4-103(a) (1)- Compulsory auto insur – 1st offense [Misdemeanor] Bail: $0


Age: 45
Booking Date: 06/07/2024 09:55
Arresting Agency: GCSO
Arrest Date: 06/07/2024
Arrest Location: GCDC
– 1 count of Warrant- FTP/Child Support Bail: $310


Age: 19
Booking Date: 06/08/2024 16:19
Arresting Agency: WDOC
Arrest Date: 06/08/2024
Arrest Location: GCDC
– No Charges Found



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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.