Casper Police Arrest Two After Fight Ends in Vehicle Being Rammed
Casper police made two arrests late Monday after an argument grew violent and a vehicle was rammed Monday night.
Court documents say Casper police officers were called to the intersection of 1st and North Jackson streets at 11:40 p.m. Monday. When they arrived, they found Justin Bunney and Shanna Reed standing in the street. They also found a 2014 Toyota and 2004 Chevrolet Suburban.
Both vehicles were damaged.
An affidavit of probable cause details an argument between Bunney and Reed that grew violent. Reed told police she and Bunney were arguing at their home and threw a rock at Bunney's head after he broke her phone and punched her in the back.
Reed also told police she bit Bunney's arm.
At some point, Reed and Bunney traveled to a friend's home in separate vehicles. The argument continued when they got to their friend's.
The affidavit says Bunney attempted to leave in the Chevy and Reed followed him in the Toyota. At some point, Reed told the police, Bunney stopped his vehicle while heading north on Jackson Street. Bunney then stepped out of the vehicle while carrying a large rock and smashed the rock on Reed's windshield.
"Bunney then pushed the glass of the window, which was still partially intact, into the vehicle and onto Reed. Bunney reached inside the vehicle and took the key fob," a Casper police officer writes in an affidavit. "Reed admitted she became angry at this point and drove her vehicle into the still-ajar driver's door of Bunney's vehicle."
The affidavit says Bunney was arrested on recommended charges of domestic assault, property damage, driving while suspended and driving without insurance. Reed was arrested for domestic battery and felony property damage.
Both vehicles were illegally parked, so officers had them towed, court documents say.