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Connor E. Tarr, 22, of Cheyenne was pronounced dead at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
The Laramie County Sheriff’s Department responded to 212 Tyler Place #30 at 10:36 p.m. Thursday on a report of a possible shooting. When they arrived, they found the two victims, according to a news release from the sheriff’s department.
Tarr had a gunshot wound, and the other victim had stab wounds. He was also taken to the hospital, and his condition is unknown.
A third person had shots fired at his vehicle, but he wasn’t hit by any of the bullets. He fled the scene to his home.
The car has multiple bullet holes in the windshield, car body and rear window. Sheriff’s department spokesman Gerry Luce said there were rounds found in the vehicle.
All three were at the mobile home when the incident happened.
The names of the other two people involved have not been released by the sheriff’s department. The motive for the incident has not yet been determined.
“Right now, it’s still in the investigation phase,” Luce said.
The suspected weapons, a handgun and knife, were found at the scene and will be processed for forensics, the release said.
“We’re still working with (Laramie County District Attorney’s Office) at this time on potential charges that could be placed against either one of two individuals involved,” he said.
Some neighbors near the Tyler Place mobile home were still in shock Friday over what happened the night before.
Carl Olsen said he hopes the sheriff’s department can resolve the matter and the families of the victims can find justice.
“I feel bad for the victims,” he said. “I hope their families will have some type of consolation.”
Olsen was in the area when the shots were fired.
“I heard two shots, followed by three more in succession,” he said. “I told my wife to lay on the floor.”
Neighbor Lee Perriman also heard the shots while he was watching TV in his home and recognized the sound instantly. Neighbor Mary Perriman thought they sounded like something else.
“She thought it was fireworks, but I said, ‘Nope, it’s gunshots,’” Lee Perriman said.
Both the Perrimans and Olsen said they haven’t seen anything like this since they’ve been living in the area.
“There have been other problems in the south side of town, but this community has been relatively quiet,” Olsen said.
Tarr’s autopsy was performed Friday in Loveland, Colo.
According to an obituary submitted to the Wyoming Tribune Eagle on Friday, he was born in Muncie, Ind. He had been living in the Capital City for eight years and graduated from Cheyenne’s Central High.
He is survived by several relatives, including his mother and two of his three sisters, who live in Cheyenne. His father, a brother and two half-brothers live in Indiana, and a sister lives in Fort Collins, Colo.
Tarr enjoyed bicycling, hiking and being outdoors, the obituary says.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes in Cheyenne. Friends can sign Tarr’s online guestbook at www.wrcfuneral.com.
|A Laramie County Sheriff's Department deputy investigates the scene Friday morning near 212 Tyler Place #30 where a 22-year-old Cheyenne resident was shot and killed Thursday night in south Cheyenne. Deputies arrived around 10:30 p.m., where they found two victims, one with a gunshot wound and another with stab wounds. Both victims were taken to Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, where the shooting victim was pronounced dead. Michael Smith/staff|
CHEYENNE -- One man was killed and another was wounded during a Thursday night shooting and stabbing in south Cheyenne.
By Kelsey Bray
Roger Bartram, 41, is currently at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. As of 5 p.m. Friday, hospital spokeswoman Kathy Baker said Bartram is in good condition. She was unsure when he will be released.
Bartram said he was in his mobile home at 3201 S. Greeley Highway with another person when three people wearing ski masks barged in. They then beat him on the head and face with a number of kitchen objects.
According to a news release from the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department, the suspects, dressed in black and wearing ski masks, then took him from his mobile home to Clear Creek Park and beat him again.
Bartram said two of the suspects were above-average height and one was short.
He couldn’t provide any motive for the attack. He also couldn’t provide a vehicle description.
Cheyenne Police got a call about Bartram at 6:08 p.m. Thursday, and found him at North American Road and Southwest Drive, which is near the park. He was then transported to the hospital.
Bartram said the attack happened “sometime earlier,” before he was found, the release says.
During an initial search of the residence, several kitchen utensils that could have been used in the attack were found. They will be sent to the Wyoming State Crime Lab for examination.
Sheriff’s department spokesman Gerry Luce said many details about the case are still unknown, including the exact time of the attack and the identities of the suspects.
“An investigation is still going on to verify the details provided by the victim in the case,” he said.
The case is unusual, Luce said.
“We haven’t seen any other similar incidents in a number of years,” he said.
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