It's time to play Wyoming's funnest new online game...Name That Narcotic.

Inspired by our friends at K2 in Casper, who report a new drug bust just about every day, this fun game tests your ability to match alleged drug users to the illegal substances they were apprehended for.

We'll show you a mug shot along with a brief description from a suspected Wyoming criminal. Then, it's your job to guess what illicit drug they were under the influence of at the time of their arrest.

Look for the answer key at the end of the game to find out your score.

Alleged drug user #1.

Natrona County Detention Center

In December of 2016, Casper Police arrested a 54-year-old man for attempting to smuggle what drug into the Natrona County Detention Center between his toes?

Alleged drug user #2

Laramie County Sheriff’s Department

In September of 2016, this Cheyenne woman was convicted of assaulting a police officer while under the influence of alcohol and in possession of what drug?

Alleged Drug User #3

Natrona County Detention Center

Last week, this 21-year-old was arrested when police found him passed out in the break room of the Casper Star-Tribune with a half-eaten slice of pizza dangling from his mouth. What drug did the cops say they found in his pocket?

Alleged drug user #4

Natrona County Detention Center

Last month, this male exotic dancer was arrested on felony possession charges after Casper Police found what illegal substance in his SUV?

And finally, alleged drug user #5

Natrona County Detention Center

In 2011, this man was arrested after stripping down to his underwear and causing a disturbance at the Boys and Girls Club of Casper. He later admitted to being under the influence of alcohol and four other drugs. Can you name them?

Here are the answers, along with links back to each individual story:

1. Meth

2. Marijuana

3. Marijuana

4. Steroids

5. Marijuana, Mushrooms, Ecstasy and LSD

Join us again next week for another thrilling edition of Wyoming's favorite online game ..Name That Narcotic.

Remember all folks are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.