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Craig resident given 150-day jail sentence for embezzling money from Tri-State

Craig Reuer, of Craig, during a sentencing hearing Wednesday was given a 150-day jail sentence with work-release and nine years of probation for embezzling money from Tri-State Equipment. Reuer was arrested in November 2012 on charges of embezzling money, identity theft and forgery. He was facing a possibility of 18 months in Moffat County Jail and pleaded for no jail time.

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A Craig woman and former Moffat County employee facing domestic violence charges appeared Tuesday in Moffat County Court for a review hearing. Kelly Patterson, 42, of Craig, is charged in county court with third degree assault and domestic violence, both misdemeanors. The charges stem from an alleged domestic dispute with her husband on New Year’s Day.

Reuer arraigned in Moffat County Court

Review hearing set for December

A local resident accused of embezzling funds from a local business appeared Tuesday in Moffat County Court for an arraignment. Craig Reuer, 36, of Craig, is charged in Moffat County Court with theft in excess of $20,000, a Class 3 felony; identity theft, a Class 4 felony; and forgery, a Class 5 felony. The alleged crimes took place while Reuer was employed at Tri-State Equipment Company, LLC, 3025 W. Victory Way. Moffat County Court Judge Sandra Gardner presided over Tuesday’s arraignment.

Craig resident arrested on suspicion of embezzlement offenses

Reuer in custody at the Moffat County Public Safety Center

The Craig Police Department arrested a local resident Thursday morning on suspicion of committing certain crimes consistent to embezzlement. Craig Reuer, 36, of Craig, is in custody at the Moffat County Public Safety Center on suspicion of theft, a Class 3 felony; identity theft, a Class 4 felony; and forgery, a Class 5 felony. He is being held on $20,000 bond.

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