Wyoming Man Accused Of Having Sex With Teen More Than ‘30 Times’

A 41-year-old Mills, Wyoming, man was bound over to felony-level court Thursday, accused of having sex with a teen girl more than “30 times” dating back to 2022.

Dale Killingbeck

March 22, 20242 min read

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(Cowboy State Daily Staff)

CASPER — A 41-year-old Mills man has been charged with nine counts of sexual misconduct involving a teen girl in his home.

Bobby Lee Williams waived his preliminary hearing in Casper Circuit Court and was bound over to felony-level Natrona County District Court on Thursday. He is charged with four counts of sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree, four counts of sexual abuse of a minor in the third degree and one count of having sex with a minor.

The charges stem from alleged incidents dating back to 2022.

Mills police were called to a home there March 14, 2024, on a report that someone in the house allegedly saw Williams having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl on a couch, according to an arrest affidavit.

The affidavit says that when police arrived, Williams initially denied having sex with the girl, but after being taken to the police department confessed to having sexual intercourse with her more than “30 times.”

The girl told police that Williams began sexually assaulting her when she was 13 and that the “first time she could not walk for two days after because she could not move her legs,” the affidavit states.

“(Williams) had told her to keep it a secret,” the affidavit states, adding the girl “stated she had said, ‘Stop’ over and over and (Williams) said no.”

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In addition to the alleged March 13 incident at the Mills home, Williams faces charges for allegedly having sexual intercourse with the victim at a Casper residence July 31, 2022, and Feb. 19, 2024.

Sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree, which involves sexual intercourse, carries a maximum penalty of 50 years in prison. Sexual abuse of a minor in the third degree, which involves sexual contact, carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison.

Dale Killingbeck can be reached at dale@cowboystatedaily.com.

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Dale Killingbeck


Killingbeck is glad to be back in journalism after working for 18 years in corporate communications with a health system in northern Michigan. He spent the previous 16 years working for newspapers in western Michigan in various roles.