Sheriff’s report: Man steals the car that feeds him

The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department received the following calls for the week of February 5 to February 11:
February 5: 4:54 a.m.- A horse was reported on the highway at milepost 42 on Highway 14A West near Lovell. The case was referred to highway patrol.
February 6: 11 a.m.- A dog at large was reported in Byron. A deputy responded and was unable to locate the dog.
7:25 p.m.- Fraud was reported on East Lane in Lovell. A woman reported that someone hacked into her bank account with her debit card in Sheridan and spent money. The case was transferred to Sheridan for further investigation.
February 7: 11:14 a.m.- A scam was reported on Sunlight Lane in Lovell. The caller stated that their card had been used to purchase multiple items from Amazon. The caller was advised to contact their financial institution.
7:33 p.m.- A great Pyrenese livestock dog was reported missing on Highway 310 near Lovell. The dog is still at large.
February 8: 11:00 a.m.- Two shepherd-type dogs were reported missing near Lane 6 in Cowley. No one has called to report the dogs missing, and the dogs were not located.
1:27 p.m.- A horse was reported out near milepost 232 on highway 310 near Lovell. The owner was contacted, and the horse was taken home.
6:48 p.m. - A man reported that an individual who was staying with him to get back on his feet stole the man’s vehicle. The vehicle was located and returned.
11:43 p.m.- Big Horn County Sheriff’s office assisted other agencies with an arrest near Road 5 outside of Cowley. Tory Lesher was arrested for a DUI 2nd offense and DUS/ revoked license.
February 9: 10:33 a.m.- Vandalism was reported on Beaver Flats on Road 20 outside of Lovell. An unknown subject drove through gates and fencing with a vehicle, which tore down the fence and gate.
10:04 p.m.- Approximately 10 horses were reported out on the highway at milepost 37 on Highway 14A near Byron. A deputy responded and was unable to locate the horses.
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.