On December 31, 2015, just before 1 a.m., deputies from the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area of 6117 Laramie Street on a call of possible gun shots and destruction of property.
When the deputies arrived they made contact with the reporting party. The deputies were told by the reporting party that two people came to his home and shot out the driver’s window of his car. Deputies determined one gun shot was fired at the vehicle’s driver’s window and exited out the front windshield. The trajectory was traced to the victim’s trailer but the bullet only made a dent; it did not penetrate the trailer walls.
The victim identified the two people that came to his home as Chris Eagleroad and Tonie Beck. The victim said Eagleroad came to his trailer looking for a female. He was told the female never lived at his trailer. He went back to his car. The victim then heard the gun shot.
With the assistance of the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Eagleroad and Beck were located inside city limits. A .38 revolver was found in Tonie Beck’s waistband. One round appeared to have been discharged from the weapon. Beck had a city warrant and was taken into custody without incident.
Eagleroad had warrants out of Colorado and was taken into custody. The car, a silver Audi, was listed as stolen in Colorado.
The warrants on Eagleroad were for Fraud and Failure to Appear. Beck’s warrant was for Failure to Appear. The original charges were for No Insurance and No Registration. Other charges may be requested once the results of the gun shot residue kits are received.