By Red Power Media, Staff
A Riverton man who previously admitted to shooting two sleeping Native American men at a detox center sentenced to life in prison
The Casper Star‑Tribune reports last Thursday, a judge sentenced Roy Clyde to life in prison without the possibility of parole for shooting and killing 29-year-old Stallone Trosper in July while he slept at a detox center.
Clyde, 32, received a second life sentence for the attempted murder of 50-year-old James “Sonny” Goggles, who was critically injured when Clyde shot him at the center.
Clyde is a former parks worker for the city of Riverton, Wyoming, which lies on the border of the Wind River Indian Reservation. He walked into the Center of Hope detox center last July and shot both men, who were sleeping at the time.
Clyde then unloaded his pistol, walked outside and…
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