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.
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.