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  • Judge: $1 million bail for parents in baby’s death - ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. (AP) — A judge in Rock Springs has set bail at $1 million each for parents facing charges of first-degree murder in the death of their baby daughter. The Associated Press reports 26-year-old Jacob Triplett and 24-year-old Amanda Triplett made their initial appearance Monday in Rock Springs Circuit Court. Prosecutors have charged the couple with murder in the death of their 4-month-old daughter and with abuse of their three other children. Judge Craig Jones set a preliminary hearing for Sept. 30 in Rock Springs to determine whether the couple should stand trial. They remain in jail. Amanda Triplett summoned police Sept. 15 after finding the girl unresponsive. The girl died Sept. 17 at a Utah hospital and authorities say there were signs of abuse on her and her surviving siblings.
  • 2 Casper residents dead in Saratoga plane crash - SARATOGA, Wyo. (AP) — Two Casper residents are dead after their plane crashed Saturday evening after takeoff from the Saratoga airport. The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office reports the 1968 Piper Cherokee crashed about a quarter-mile south of the airport. Sheriff Jerry Colson says his office received a call about the crash on Sunday morning. Authorities found 52-year-old pilot Kenneth Schneider and 54-year-old passenger Janet Kawakami dead at the scene. Colson says both died on impact. The two had left Casper on Saturday for Denver. They weren’t reported missing before their plane was found. National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration investigators are investigating the cause of the crash.
  • Game & Fish employee pleads guilty, shot grizzly - POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming Game and Fish employee has pleaded guilty to mistakenly shooting a grizzly bear last fall with a shot fired too close to a road. Luke Ellsbury entered pleas to the misdemeanor charges Monday in Circuit Court in Park County. Sentencing is set for Oct. 9. Court records say Ellsbury, a former bear management specialist, told investigators he had spotted a large black bear while working about 10 miles east of Yellowstone National Park on Sept. 6, 2013. After work he bought a bear license and returned to the area. Ellsbury told investigators he spent about 10 minutes watching the bear and believed it was a black bear. Recent Park County cases involving hunters who reported mistakenly killing a grizzly have resulted in financial penalties of between $7,500 and $14,000.
  • Search crews recover body from Wyoming reservoir - HAWK SPRINGS, Wyo. (AP) — Search crews have recovered the body of a 53-year-old Torrington man who drowned in southeastern Wyoming’s Hawk Springs Reservoir. Guernsey State Park rangers were called after James “Jesse” Nelson jumped into the reservoir to save someone who had jumped into the water from a boat Sept 14. The person who jumped in was rescued by people on another boat, but Nelson did not resurface. Nelson’s body was recovered Saturday. Guernsey State Park staff are responsible for maintenance and law enforcement at the Hawk Springs State Recreation Area south of Torrington.
  • Study: Quake-drilling correlation near Bairoil - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State geologists say more study is needed to determine if oil development could be causing small earthquakes outside a tiny town in south-central Wyoming. Some geologists theorize the oil and gas industry is causing hundreds of mostly minor quakes in states including Oklahoma and Colorado. A Wyoming State Geological Survey report released Monday looks at whether anything similar is happening in Wyoming. The survey found no significant correlation between earthquakes and wells the petroleum industry uses to inject water or gas underground, with one exception. A dozen small quakes have occurred in and near two oil fields outside Bairoil over the past 30 years. State Geologist Tom Drean says the area is naturally prone to earthquakes and more study is needed to determine whether oil development plays a role.
  • Police identify 2 killed in Wyoming hospital crash - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities have released the names of two people who died after a car crashed into a pillar at a Casper, Wyoming, hospital. Capt. Steve Freel of the Casper Police Department says Brandon Avery and Amanda Strickland, both 27, died in Sunday’s crash at the Wyoming Medical Center. Police are not releasing the name of an underage girl who remains hospitalized at the medical center after the wreck. Freel says she’s in stable condition. Police have said they believe the girl was driving the car. The green Chevrolet Cavalier was traveling east on Second Street, which runs past the hospital, when it crashed into the facility shortly before 7 p.m. No hospital staff members were hurt. The crash shut down part of the road in both directions.

 

 

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