Craig community service officers crack down on code enforcement: On the Record — Sept. 10 | CraigDailyPress.com

Craig community service officers crack down on code enforcement: On the Record — Sept. 10

Craig Police Department 

Tuesday, Sept. 10

4:53 a.m. At the Craig Fire Department, police in Craig responded to a property found/recovered call. 

6:13 a.m. On the 600 block of Taylor Street, police in Craig responded to a theft call. 

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9:06 a.m. On the 2000 block of Crockett Drive, police in Craig responded to a code enforcement call. A community service officer issued an administrative warning for weeds, junk, trash and an abandoned vehicle. 

9:10 a.m. On the 700 block of Moffat Drive, police in Craig responded to a code enforcement call. A community service officer issued an administrative warning for weeds.

9:14 a.m. On the 700 block of Moffat Drive, police in Craig responded to a code enforcement call. A community service officer issued a verbal warning for weeds and junk.

9:21 a.m. Police in Craig responded to a redacted call. Craig police said they continue to investigate a possible child abuse case. 

9:55 a.m. On the 400 block of East Fourth Street, police in Craig responded to a code enforcement call. 

10:17 a.m. Police in Craig responded to a sex crime call. Craig police said they continue to investigate a possible sexual assault case. 

10:58 a.m. Police in Craig responded to a child abuse/neglect call. 

12:03 p.m. Near the intersection of West Ninth Street and Finley Lane, police in Craig responded to a traffic stop.  

12:04 p.m. On the 900 block of Yampa Avenue, police in Craig responded to a liquor/tobacco violation call. A school resource officer issued a juvenile a citation on a charge of unlawful acts – tobacco. 

3:03 p.m. On the 900 block of Finley Lane, police in Craig responded to a liquor/tobacco violation call.

According to the Craig Police Department incident log, police in Craig responded to 56 calls for service Tuesday.

Editor’s note: Due to technical difficulties, the Craig Police Department was unable to access many of the above calls and their descriptions.


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