being kicked out of a bar on Sept. 11, Ivan
G. Sandoval was arrested for driving under
the influence of alcohol and for running into
two people with his truck.
Sandoval was charged Sept. 14 with
alleged drunk driving and two felony
counts of aggravated assault and battery
with a deadly weapon – running into a man
and a woman with whom he was arguing,
according to Circuit Court records.
Sublette County Deputy Dan McClure
wrote in his affidavit that he was one of
four deputies that responded to an “ongoing
domestic” at the Corral Bar and that
Sandoval had struck another man and was
kicked out after the fight was broken up.
Sandoval’s friends stayed at the bar
and went home when it closed. They tried
to move a woman who had passed out on
Speeding driver arrested for LSD, psilocybin
SUBLETTE COUNTY – A Wyoming
Highway Patrol trooper searched a Toyota
4-Runner on Sept. 13 after the driver was
pulled over for speeding and found felony
amounts of liquid LSD and LSD “dabs.”
Cameron M. Smith, of Breckinridge,
Colo., was driving his Toyota 4-Runner
south on Highway 191 near Bondurant
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the counter into a chair and she reacted
physically by striking a man three times in
the face, it says.
In the meantime the others were trying to
get Sandoval out of their house, the affidavit
says. The passed-out woman was “acting
crazy” so someone brought her outside.
Sandoval then backed over a barbecue
grill and drove forward and hit the woman,
knocking her down about 10 feet away, it
As a man tried to pull her away, Sandoval
allegedly hit him and ran over his foot. He
was arrested and taken into custody where at
the jail he told staff he had been exposed to
COVID-19, the affidavit says.
The woman, Kerstan Willis, was arrested
for assault and public intoxication, according
Sandoval was being held on $20,000 cash
or surety bond with a preliminary hearing
set for Sept. 23 that will be rescheduled with
Judge Curt Haws out of town this week.