Craig Police Department apprehended a man officers were searching for over the weekend.
Craig Police Department is asking for community assistance in apprehending Gabriel Ryan King, 34.
A phone scam in which a stranger asks “Can you hear me?” has circulated through the community in recent days, with scammers calling cellphones and home telephone lines throughout Craig.
6:50 a.m. At Airgas on Russell Street, officers responded to a burglary in which several cylinders of nitrous oxide — commonly known as laughing gas — were taken. A forced entry left damage to the building. Craig Police Department encourages the public to call with any information.
Anthony Manning, 51, was on the run from police for barely more than 24 hours when officers found him.
10:34 a.m.: At the Moffat County Library, officers responded to a report of a man who possibly matched the description of the Kum & Go armed robber, but officers contacted the party and cleared him of suspicion.
Craig Police Department is asking for help to locate CAPS escapee
Craig Police Department is asking help to find a thief who escaped from the Correctional Alternative Placement Services (CAPS) in Craig Wednesday night.
An unidentified man robbed the west Kum & Go at gunpoint in Craig early Monday morning, and officers released two photos of the man Tuesday evening from video footage obtained from Kum & Go security cameras. They are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect.
6:36 p.m.: On the 400 block of Rose Street, a woman called to say she saw a suspicious man carrying buckets into a house.
Officers responded to a reported armed robbery at the West Kum & Go at approximately 2:39 a.m. Monday morning, according to a press release from the Craig Police Department.
7:47 a.m.: At Yampa Avenue and West 13th Street, officers responded to a report of a dog at large. A yellow lab was said to be sitting in the middle of the road with a bucket tied to it.
9:44 a.m.: On the 700 block of Legion Street, officers responded to a report of a raccoon purportedly residing in and stealing cat food from a man's house.
6:11 p.m.: At the Museum of Northwest Colorado, officers responded to a report of a suspicious person standing close to the exterior wall of the building. It turned out the person had plugged their phone into an exterior outlet and was trying to make a call.
A woman complained of harassment when a man, apparently her ex, contacted her without her consent and sent pictures of him destroying their belongings.
Craig Police Department was feeling the love Saturday once suspicions cleared around a pizza that was sent as a token of thanks from an appreciative family.