This morning Under-Sheriff Scott Matheny provided an update on the investigation into a shooting that was reported December 20th, outside of Gillette. Matheny said early this morning that the Campbell County Sheriff's Office did not have any significant updates on the investigation at that time. Matheny reiterated that his office believes that there is no need for the public to fear for their safety because of Thurday's incident. He added the investigation was still active Friday morning and he will provided any updates to the media once they are available for release. Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 10:44Read more: Update on Thurs Shooting: Dec 21st 10:00 AM
December 20, 2012--Campbell County School District administration was notified after the start of school today (Thursday) by law enforcement officials regarding an apparent shooting on Fairview Road. The incident was not school related. However, both Rozet Elementary and Conestoga Elementary instituted shelter-in-place procedures as a precaution due to the proximity of the event to those schools. Law enforcement advised that the shelter-in-place procedures were no longer necessary as of 11:30 a.m Thursday, December 20th. Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 10:37Read more: No Threat to Schools After Report of Shooting
Gillette--Walker Funeral Home and Gillette Memorial are inviting the Northeast Wyoming Community to stop by either location on December 20th and 21st to honor the victims of last week's tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. A condolence book for families impacted will be available at both locations to sign. Children are also encouraged to color pictures expressing their support and bring them in. All items and donations will be sent to Newtown where a memorial has been established.
Also Gov. Matt Mead is calling on Wyoming citizens to observe a moment of silence and remembrance Friday to honor the victims of last weeks' shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 10:38Read more: Honor of Newtown Victims Planned
The Campbell County Sheriff's Office is looking into a report that a 12 year old girl's arm was broken after she was tripped while skating. Under-Sheriff Scott Matheny said that the twelve year old told her mother (35) that she was skating behind an adult female who looked back at her and then cut in front of her. Matheny said the mother told investigators that while the girl was at the hospital being treated for a broken arm, she was told that a similar report had be made earlier in the day. Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:22Read more: Sheriff's Office Looks Into Bully Skater Report
S Highway 50, Gillette: Yesterday a 23 year old Gillette woman contacted the Campbell County Sheriff's Office to report that a family dog had been shot. Under-sheriff Scott Matheny said that the woman told investigators she had returned home about 2:30pm and found the dog covered in blood and apparently shot in the left front leg. She said that the dog had been outside all day but had been seen about 1:00 pm in good condition. Matheny said that the women took the animal into Gillette for treatment. Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 December 2012 11:59Read more: Woman Says Family Dog Was Shot
GILLETTE, WY – Campbell County Memorial Hospital’s (CCMH) Maternal Child Department will increase their security by controlling access to the units via doorbell and a Maternal Child employee will then “buzz” the visitor(s) into the respective area. Access for employees will also be restricted. Appropriate employees will have badge access and the remainder of the employee population will access the unit with the doorbell system. The Maternal Child Department includes Labor & Delivery, the Nursery, and the postpartum or inpatient OB/gynecological areas. Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 December 2012 11:20Read more: CCMH Unit Increases Security
Arbuckle Lodge Gillette has announced it will offer a free room to anyone from out of town visiting a family member admitted to any area hospital, nursing home or treatment center during Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The program, called “Arbuckle: Home for Christmas,” is designed to help families be together during the holidays while easing the stress and expense of visiting loved ones who are not able to be at home.
“The holidays are a time for families to be together,” said Ray Lewis, Arbuckle Lodge Director of Operations. “We don’t want people with a sick family member have to worry about the added expense of a hotel room. It makes us feel good to know we’ll be bringing people together at a time when it’s needed most.”
To book a room, people are encouraged to call the hotel directly at 307-685-6363 and ask to receive the “Arbuckle: Home for Christmas” special.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 December 2012 11:11