Sheriff’s report

Unlocked cars wreak havoc

 The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department received the following calls for the week of November 20 to November 26:

Nov. 21: 5:02 p.m.- A grey Ford 250 driving from Cowley to Lovell was reported to be driving erratically. Call was referred to highway patrol.

Nov. 22: 1:40 a.m.- A male driver hit a cow and killed it on Hwy 14A near Byron. The fire department moved the body to the side of the road and the owner disposed of the carcass. 

11:16 a.m.- Tools were reported stolen from a car on Lane 7.5 in Deaver. The case is under investigation.

10:26 p.m.- High school kids at Rocky Mountain High School were reported to have harassed other high school kids on North Cloud Peak St. in Byron. The school resource officer is handling the issue. 

Nov. 23: 8:52 p.m.- For the second day in a row, high schoolers were reported to be harassing their peers on North Cloud Peak St. in Byron.

Nov. 24: 11:43 a.m.- The caller reported that their storage unit in Byron had tools that they did not recognize. They worried their cousin stole tools and stored them in the caller’s shed. 

5:17 p.m.- An unlocked car was broken into and items were stolen. This case is under investigation.

7:49 p.m.- Tony Barclay of Byron was arrested due to an active warrant for his arrest for a previous charge. When searched, he was allegedly found with meth.

8:34 p.m.- Another unlocked car was broken into and items were stolen.
Note: The calls listed above were received by the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department. Persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney.