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UW Foundation Mulls Returning Cercy Donation to Athletics Center
Cercy has donated large sums to other organizations and projects
Convicted Sex Offender Tony Cercy Held At Natrona County Jail
After the judge declared the mistrial on the third-degree sexual assault count, the victim asked District Attorney Michael Blonigen to retry the case.
BREAKING: JURY FINDS CASPER BUSINESSMAN TONY CERCY GUILTY OF SEX ASSAULT CHARGE
The case began when law enforcement took a report from the alleged victim on June 28, 2017, about an incident at Cercy's house at Alcova Lake three days before.
Cercy Trial: Prosecution, Defense Present Closing Arguments
The jury's decision boils down to whether the prosecution has proved its case beyond a reasonable doubt to convict Tony Cercy -- who is presumed innocent.
Tony Cercy Declines to Testify; Defense Rests in Sexual Assault Trial
The jury will return to the courthouse at 10 a.m. Tuesday to hear the jury instructions and closing arguments.
Tony Cercy Trial: New DNA Evidence Introduced
The trial will resume Monday morning with the prosecution calling its final witness and then resting.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Three; One Defrauded Stores For $220,000
Two men were sentenced for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien from the United States.
Federal Judge Detains Man Charged With Burning Albany County GOP Office
Kellen Sorber posed a flight risk.
Yellowstone National Park Closes Most Entrances On Monday
Communities near Yellowstone are open year-round.
Wyoming U.S. Attorney Appoints Federal Election Officer
Federal law contains special protections for the rights of voters to mark their own ballots or be assisted by a person of their choice.