ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs Police Department (RSPD) arrested three more Rock Springs residents for their alleged involvement in a home invasion that occurred back in April of 2020.
According to the RSPD, this is an update from when six Rock Springs residents were arrested on felonies stemming from a home invasion.
On December 22, 2020, RSPD officers executed three felony arrest warrants for Dallin Alden (24), Clayton Watson (26), and Thomas Devine (25). The felony warrants stemmed from their suspected involvement in a home invasion that occurred in Rock Springs in late April of 2020.
These three arrests bring the total arrests for that incident to nine. Prior warrant arrests for this
incident included Levi Kerbs (24), Travis Kerbs (24), Edward Mireles (44), Shawnda Scott (35), Donald
Jacobson (47), and Mason Martin (24).
The arrests didn’t stop here. According to the RSPD, they also arrested Thomas Devine on a separate warrant for his suspected involvement regarding an incident that occurred around 2 am on May 24, 2020.
During this incident, officers of the Rock Springs Police Department responded to the hospital for a 32 year-old male subject that was assaulted near Bunning Park and subsequently found by a civilian in the area of Evans Street and J Street.
The victim sustained serious injuries and was transported by air to a hospital in Utah for further medical treatment where he was later released. Detectives learned through their investigation that the incident originated at the Loners Motorcycle Club House located on Evans Street and subsequently ended in the roadway at Evans Street and J Street.
Dallin Alden (24): Conspire to commit a felony, Unlawful entry into an occupied structure, and simple
Clayton Watson (26): Conspire to commit a felony, Unlawful entry into an occupied structure, and simple
Thomas Devine (25): Warrant 1: Conspire to commit a felony, Unlawful entry into an occupied structure,
simple battery. Warrant 2: Aggravated assault and battery.
The Rock Springs Police Department reminds the community that all suspects are presumed innocent
until their case has been adjudicated in a court of law.