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.
When a pizza delivery man showed up unexpectedly at the Public Safety Center, officers were puzzled until they learned it had been sent as a gift from a family in Michigan to say thanks for help with a previous incident.
Andrew S. Balvanz was arrested on suspicion of DUI, careless driving, third-degree assault, resisting an officer and violation of a protection odor.
Officers were busy keeping the peace this week.
Officers informed the man that code does not specifically prohibit allowing a dog to poop on an apartment balcony.
Also, the unusually large snowfall had officers responding to code violations and a minor plow-related accident.
Officers were busy Tuesday helping Craig drivers dig out from Monday night's snowstorm.
Officers responded to a report of a suspicious man in the bushes near Abbey Carpet. He was looking for a lost cat.
An AR-15 rifle was reported to be leaning against a building at Northwest Storage, but officers found it to be a BB gun.
Officers were able to resolve the dispute, however did not unclog the toilet.
The Craig Police Department and Garfield County Sheriff’s Office have both issued alerts this week warning citizens in Northwest Colorado of an increase in scams targeting people in Northwest Colorado.
Two Craig seniors were defrauded of thousands of dollars by a phone scammer claiming their grandchildren were in jail.
Officers seeking information on the whereabouts of the snowman and Christmas wreath