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Felony stalking trial ends early

Worland man changes plea before trial resumes


October 25, 2017

WORLAND – Prior to the start of the second day of his jury trial for stalking, a Worland man struck a plea deal with prosecutors that will require him to plead guilty as charged and serve up to five years of supervised probation in return for a possible deferral. He will be able to request a modification after one year.

According to a press release from the Washakie County Attorney’s Office, Joshua Vidlock, 35, was accused of violating a domestic violence protection order by engaging in a course of harassing conduct including text messages, filing false reports, and entering the reside...

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