Sheriff’s report: Deputies seek information about found safe

The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office received the following calls for the week of April 1-7:

April 1: Ryan and Lacie Lembke were both arrested and charged with domestic violence involving bodily injury after deputies were called to a residence near Lovell to investigate a report of a conflict. This was not the first time deputies were called to the residence with similar complaints in the past several weeks.

A resident of Cowley reported receiving a scam phone call, where the caller posing as a representative of law enforcement asked for personal information.

April 3: Deputies responded to a complaint from a female victim that she had been physically harmed during a domestic altercation that took place earlier in the Big Horn Mountains. Following an investigation, Kevin Lewis was arrested and charged with domestic violence involving bodily injury.

April 4: Deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a residence in Byron. The same vehicle had been stickered for illegal parking on a nearby highway earlier by the Wyoming Highway Patrol. The owner of the vehicle was contacted.

A Byron resident reported finding a suspicious dart in her driveway. 

April 5: Property damage was reported in connection with a haystack fire that took place near Byron. Several pieces of equipment were damaged in the fire, including a semi-trailer.

April 6: Deputies responded to a physical altercation between two females in Byron. When they arrived, one party had already left the scene. The matter is under investigation.

A traffic hazard regarding a barrier on Highway 14A near Lovell was investigated by deputies.

April 7: A resident of Cowley reported finding a safe that appeared to have been broken into in a dumpster on his property. Since no reports of a stolen or missing safe have been reported, deputies are seeking information from the public regarding the safe.