On the record for Oct. 7.
A security guard from Thunder Run foiled a suspected attempted break-in at the Craig Daily Press's office space on Thursday night.
A missing Craig teen has been placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s endangered runaway list, bringing additional law enforcement resources into the search.
Two automobiles and an all-terrain vehicle were a little low on fuel after a suspected syphoning on Saturday, according to local law enforcement.
On the record for Oct. 6.
Tracy Reneau, 30, of Craig, is scheduled for a jury trial in Routt County Court on Dec. 8 and 9, according to court documents.
The owner’s of the Embroidery Shoppe in downtown Craig discovered that $1,500 in cash was missing from the store’s register on Friday morning, according to local law enforcement.
On the record for Oct. 4.
Trever Lane Ormsbee, 24, thought he was meeting up with someone who intended to return 2.1 grams of misplaced heroin, but law enforcement officers were waiting for him instead.
Circumstances of missing man's death still uncertain
Hunters found Craig man Scott Burke Friday afternoon, in his blue and white Ford Bronco. He did not appear to have been in an accident and was found west of Lands End Road, at a site between Palisade and Whitewater in Mesa County. The place where Scott Burke was found is a location for traditional family camping trips according to his daughter Tasha Burke. The cause and manner of his death is still under investigation pending toxicology results, said Megan Terlecky, public information officer for Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.
Katrina Treacy, 14, last seen Aug. 23
The disappearance of a Craig teenager has been ongoing for more than a month. Katrina Treacy, 14, was last seen Aug. 23 by her mother, Jean Robertson, who has not heard from her since.
On the record for Sept. 23.
On the record for Sept. 22.
A former Craig Police Department Officer has been charged with third-degree assault and child abuse, according to court documents.
Local law enforcement is looking for the individual suspected of buying alcohol for Trystan Campbell, the 18-year-old who drowned in the Yampa River on July 8.