Wyoming Man Arrested for “Hunting” Homeless Drunk People

According to New York Daily News, a Wyoming man has been accused of killing one man and wounding another while “hunting” for homeless drunk people.

Over the weekend, Roy Clyde, 32, walked into a detox center through the back entrance and shot two men, who were both lying down on a mattress.

Stallone Trosper died on scene and James “Sonny” Goggles, Jr. was wounded.

Apparently, Clyde was sick of seeing “park rangers” — a term for homeless alcoholics often given to Native Americans who drink in local parks because it is illegal to do so on their reservation — and “tired” of cleaning up after them. So, he decided to do something about it.

Since he was unable to find any “park rangers” to kill at that exact moment, he went to Plan B: the detox center.

After firing a few rounds, he put the gun down and proceeded to walk out of the building, while terrified staff members and clients of the Center of Hope detox center hid in a bathroom.

Clyde was arrested soon after.

On Monday, he was ordered by a judge to be held without bail. He has been charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of attempted first-degree murder.