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On Dec. 31, a Silt officer stopped a driver after seeing him fail to signal a turn at 9th and Main Street in Silt. When pulled over, the driver reportedly exhibited indications of being under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Charles Gary Broman, 47, of Casper, Wyo., was asked to do a voluntary series of roadside sobriety maneuvers along with taking chemical tests of his blood and urine. Broman was lodged in the Garfield County Jail on charges of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, failing to signal, and not wearing his seat belt.-On The afternoon of Jan. 2, Silt police responded to a residential area on “Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately,” or REDDI, reports from citizens concerned about someone driving in an erratic manner. The responding officer reportedly observed the motorist in question making a wide turn and driving on the wrong side of the road. When pulled over, driver Michael L. Misek, 47, of Silt, reportedly exhibited indications of being under the influence of alcoholic beverages. Misek was ultimately arrested and lodged in the Garfield County Jail on charges of drunken driving, driving with excessive alcohol content (DUI Per Se), and weaving.-On Jan. 3, Silt police were dispatched to a Silt residence for a domestic disturbance. The ensuing investigation reportedly revealed that Silt resident Telulah H. Patton, 33, repeatedly struck her husband and bit him during the course of an argument. She also allegedly threw a number of items at him. Patton was arrested and lodged in the Garfield County Jail on charges of assault and harassment.


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