A Man Served Two Days in Jail After Giving Police a Fake Name

A 30-year-old man in Wyoming served another mans two-day jail sentence after using a fake name when he was arrested and went before the court.

According to court records, a Campbell County Sheriffs Deputy stopped Hans Heller on August 18th.

It was then Heller gave a false name because he was trying to avoid arrest on interference with a peace officer, and failure to comply with child support and other charges.

Days later, a deputy noticed Heller's picture did not match the name he used.

Heller was arrested on warrants, including perjury and forgery.