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On the Record for April 3, 2012

Moffat County Jail

Sunday, April 1

Nathan Leon Navratil, 19, of Rifle, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant.

Monday, April 2



Jeremy James Jaehn, 34, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant.

Shon Michael Barber, 21, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County jail on suspicion of criminal mischief and domestic violence. He was later booked into Moffat County Jail again on suspicion of violating a restraining order.



Moffat County Sheriff’s Office

Sunday, April 1

Deputies performed four security checks.

Deputies responded to an animal complaint.

Deputies responded to a traffic complaint.

Deputies responded to two suspicious persons.

Deputies responded to a disturbance.

Monday, April 2

Deputies performed four security checks.

Deputies inspected two vehicles.

Deputies responded to three civil problems.

Deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle.

Deputies responded to harassment.

Deputies responded to an animal complaint.

Deputies responded to a fraud.

Deputies responded to an open door.

Craig Police Department

Monday, April 2

Officers responded to domestic violence.

Officers performed a security check.

Officers responded to three requests to assist another agency

Officers responded to two requests to assist a resident.

Officers responded to five civil problems.

Officers responded to a suspicious person.

Officers responded to seven animal complaints.

Officers responded to two disturbances in progress.

Officers responded to two thefts.

Officers responded to property damage.

Officers responded to two reports of criminal mischief.

Officers inspected a vehicle.

Officers responded to a disturbance.

Officers responded to harassment.

Officers made an arrest.

Officers responded to a complaint.

Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle.

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