Monday, Jan. 30
Monday, Jan. 30
Craig Police Department
Monday, Jan. 30
Craig police officers provided 12 security checks to local businesses during early morning hours.
Officers performed 11 traffic stops.
Officers responded to 11 animal complaints.
Craig police responded to one noise violation in the 700 block of Finley Lane.
Officers responded to a report of vehicle vandalism in the 1100 block of Breeze Street.
Officers responded to a report of suspicious persons -- two people were riding bicycles with no lights.
Officers responded to a report of a slashed tire.
Officers took a report of a lost pit bull named "Cat," and a lost Golden Retriever.
Officers responded to a report of vandalism -- a beer bottle was thrown through a basement window.
Officers responded to the 100 block of Commerce Street for an abandoned vehicle. The reporting party figured out whom it belonged to.
Officers responded to Sixth and Taylor streets. Someone knocked down a "Blind Child" sign.
Officers performed three vin inspections.
Officers responded to Safeway for a reported hit and run.
A woman reported fraud. Someone had used her debit card for unauthorized purchases.
A man in the 800 block of Ashley Road reported that someone had stolen various items from his home.
Three juveniles were advised not to play with the phone after a 911 hangup in the 900 block of Legion Street.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Riverview Drive. The back window was taped up. The reporting party thought this was a hazard.
Officers responded to a report of a stolen handgun in the 800 block of West First Street.
A hit-and-run was reported in the 800 block of West First Street.
A hit and run was reported in the 200 block of Woodbury Drive.
Friday, Jan. 27
Deputies performed 24 traffic stops.
Deputies responded to a report of cows out of the fence on Moffat County Road 107.
Deputies responded to a residence on a report of harassing phone calls.
Deputies secured a residence after a window was left open.
Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle.
Deputies responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle. The owner was located.
Deputies responded to a residence on West Ninth Street after a man appeared at the door, knocked and said he needed the cops.
Deputies assisted the jail for a Taser deployment.
Deputies responded to Moffat County Road 30 for a 2-year-old bitten by a dog.
Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle behind the high school.
Deputies responded to Sequoia Avenue for a domestic violence incident.
Deputies assisted a party get horses through the stop light at Murdoch's.
Deputies responded to several 911 hangups.
Deputies responded to a report of an aggressive dog who prevented a girl from getting on the school bus.
Deputies responded to a call from a resident who needed a live animal trap to catch a kitten under his trailer.
Deputies responded to a residence in the 1100 block of Cottonwood. The reporting party was upset that the neighbor plowed chunks of snow into his driveway.
Deputies responded to a report of harassment on Sunrise Lane.
Deputies responded to a report of a horse that had not been fed for one month. The horse looked OK, deputies said.
Anyone who witnesses or has information about a crime is encouraged to call Moffat County Crime Stoppers at 824-3535. The phone line does not have caller identification.