Drunk cowboy tries to steal donut: On the record for Aug. 22 to 24
Craig Police Department
Tuesday, Aug. 22
1:30 a.m. On the 1500 block of East 10th Street, a man reported seeing at least six kids in the street who took off running towards the cemetery when they saw him. Officers were unable to locate them.
8:20 a.m. On the 2300 block of Jeffcoat Drive, officers responded to a report of an IRS scam call. The person did not provide any money or information.
11:48 a.m. On the 500 block of Ranney Street, officers responded to a report of a non-injury crash between a silver Ford SUV and a truck. One vehicle was leaking fluids and towed from scene and one driver was issued a citation.
1:46 p.m. At City Park, a caller reported a suspicious incident in which a male party stuck something into one of the statues. He was with several people in the area. Officers contacted them and learned they had set up a Bluetooth speaker to listen to music.
2:57 p.m. At Woodbury Drive, officers responded to a report of a disturbance. A man was wandering the neighborhood and yelling obscenities at residents. When officers contacted the man, he denied he was yelling or screaming at anyone and was advised to leave the area.
3:49 p.m. At Woodbury Park, a caller reported that some older kids were climbing on playground equipment and said they were too old to be doing so, especially as some of the equipment was reportedly damaged the day before. Officers checked the area and found there were “kids in the area having fun but (they) don’t appear to be having too much fun,” according to police notes.
4:53 p.m. At East Kum & Go, officers responded to a report of a disturbance by an intoxicated male who was harassing and following employees around. He also reportedly spat on the floor. Officers trespassed the party.
6:37 p.m. At East Sixth and Colorado streets, officers responded to a report of a suspicious people hanging around a possibly vacant residence. Officers did not find anyone.
8:36 p.m. On the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, officers responded to a report of possible domestic violence between a male and female who were arguing. The female didn’t want the male to leave, so she left and would return later after things calmed down. Officers determined it was verbal only.
9:12 p.m. On the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, officers responded to a report of a disturbance involving one male party attempting to fight another male party. Officers determined it was verbal only and warned the parties to keep it down.
10:44 p.m. On the 600 block of Ranney Street, officers responded to a report of suspicious people who were weaving in and out of traffic on bicycles.
Wednesday, Aug. 23
12:31 a.m. At East Kum & Go, officers responded to a report of a drunk man in a cowboy hat, cowboy boots, blue jeans and a flannel shirt who tried to walk out of the store with a donut. He decided to pay for it, but was being belligerent with the clerk. He left to the side of the store and the clerk wasn’t sure if he was planning to drive or not. He was gone on officers’ arrival.
2:34 a.m. At East Kum & Go, officers responded to a report of a disturbance. A customer was upset about money not being on a prepaid card and yelled at the clerk. Officers warned the female party and she left the area.
11:31 a.m. At East Kum & Go, officers initiated a traffic stop resulting in the arrest of a 29-year-old female on a warrant for another agency and for driving under restraint.
1:43 p.m. Officers responded to a suicidal party.
2:02 p.m. Officers responded to a report of an unattended child in the area. A friend of the child’s parents offered to take the child home.
2:08 p.m. On the 800 block of Colorado Street, a caller reported a suspicious male party, described as tall and wearing jeans and no shirt, wandering around his property. He left when he was approached by the caller.
4:40 p.m. On the 400 block of East Fourth Street, officers responded to a report of a suspicious party who turned out to be dogsitting for someone who had been arrested the day before.
5:34 p.m. Officers responded to a report of possible child abuse. No crime was found.
5:37 p.m. ¬At West Eighth Street and Barclay Street, officers responded to a report of a suspicious incident. Two young girls were walking in the area and a man in a truck appeared to be taking photos of them with a smart phone, making the girls feel uncomfortable. Officers were able to contact the man and everything checked out okay.
8:58 p.m. On the 700 block of School Street, a woman reported she came home and found a wheelchair by her back gate. She was advised she could hold onto it and see if someone returned for it or call code enforcement to pick it up.
Thursday, Aug. 24
12:26 a.m. On the 600 block of Ranney Street, officers arrested a female party.
2:07 a.m. On the 2300 block of West Victory Way, officers responded to a report of a suspicious male by the front doors of Murdochs’s. He was contacted and said he was looking for cigarette butts.
4:54 a.m. On the 1100 block of West Sixth Street, officers responded to a report of theft of a cable junction box from outside an apartment.
9:04 a.m. On the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, a male party was bitten by a boxer and treated at the emergency room. Code enforcement followed up with the dog’s owner.
9:05 a.m. On the 400 block of East Fourth Street, officers responded to a report of possible domestic violence. Officers found it was verbal only and the parties were separated.
10:36 a.m. Officers received information about drug activity.
12:33 p.m. At the Hampton Inn, a dispute arose when someone was supposed to check out and didn’t, but staff extended their stay.
6:41 p.m. At the Dollar Tree, officers responded to a report of a suspicious male party videotaping people because he thought they were following him. He left the area. Officers believed mental health issues were involved.
9:26 p.m. On the 400 block of School Street, officers responded to a report of suspicious parties running around the area. The parties, who lived in the area, were contacted and warned for noise.
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