A Casper man pleaded guilty to eight felonies this afternoon after Natrona County Prosecutors were able to catch up with his stack of cases and charges.
Last August numerous Natrona County Police forces came together for a week long man hunt to track down known criminal, 30 year old Quentin Oler.
Oler today pleaded guilty to two charges of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. This was the reason for his August police pursuit.
During the August man, reports say he stole two motorcycles and a ford truck, which he crashed during the man hunt.
Reports say police coaxed Oler out of the wrecked truck in a ditch along 13th and Sycamore and arrested him.
After pleading guilty to the crimes today, Oler was sentenced to serve another 8-12 years in the Wyoming State Penitentiary, on top of a five year sentence for another conviction of possession of drugs.
On top of everything else, Oler is also serving a term of two years in federal prison for possessing a firearm as a felon.
Oler's attorney today in court downplayed the seriousness of his crimes and convictions.