4 Wyoming women charged for suspected quarantine violation

Wyoming News June 1, 2020



4 Wyoming women charged for suspected quarantine violation

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP, Casper Star-Tribune) — Prosecutors in Wyoming have charged four roommates in criminal court on suspicion of violating a quarantine order issued because of their exposure to COVID-19.

The Casper Star-Tribune reported that Albany County prosecutors have said the four women were required under quarantine orders last week to remain home.

Prosecutors say a video shows all four women with an unidentified man at Lake Hattie. Prosecutors believe three of the roommates were students at the University of Wyoming.

The university released a statement Thursday saying school officials are looking into where they may have visited and would notify people with whom they could have interacted.

Source: Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune

One Comment
  1. Kerry Ningen

    As far as the rest stops being closed, why can’t we all just pitch in and clean up after ourselves and keep it clean so we at least have a place to stop and relax on a long trip!

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