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Cody Woman Arrested But Domestic Abuse At Forefront

Cody at times reflects the wild west, on Thursday, November 4,2021, a Cody resident by the name of Carolyn Wood who was charged with Aggravated Assault and Battery. Wood was arrested. Wyoming News sources are telling the media that Carolyn Wood is in an abusive relationship and has been for some time.

Confirmation of that information still has not been verified by the Wyoming News reporter as of this morning Nov 5, 2021. When the Cody Police Officers arrived at the address listed, Officer made contact with the 34-year-old Carolyn Eileen Wood at the address of 1702 18th street without incident. No injuries have been reported. The apartment complex is directly behind the Big Horn Federal Savings Band and the Sunlight Federal Credit Union.

Wednesday, Nov 3, 2021, a dispatch call came into the Comm Center and Cody Police were dispatched to 18th street and Central Ave. The call according to a contact within the Cody Police Department told the Wyoming News reporter that multiple domestic calls have individuals known to the Cody police department.

Upon their arrival, officers made contact with 34-year-old Carolyn Eileen Wood. Wood was arrested by Cody Police Officers, taken into custody, without incident.

No injuries reported.

Wood was booked into the Park County Detention Center within an hour of the incident. Furthermore, the arrest location is recorded as 1702 18th Street, an apartment complex behind Big Horn Federal Savings Bank and Sunlight Federal Credit Union.

Cody Police Officers have a very difficult job to do when dealing with domestic issues. Many times both parties turn on the cops placing the police at risk for their lives and or their saftey.

The public thanks the Cody Police Department in using wisdom when dealing with domestic cases.

Wyoming News Syndicated
Wyoming News Syndicated
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