On the record for June 16 | CraigDailyPress.com

On the record for June 16

Craig Police Department

Tuesday, June 14Tuesday, June 14

Tuesday, June 14

In the 2200 block of West Third Street, officers responded to a domestic disturbance and arrested one woman on charges of domestic violence, harassment and child abuse.

At west Eleventh Street and Yampa Avenue, officers took a report of a vehicle crash involving property damage.

In the 3000 block of Victory Way, an officer conducted a traffic stop after recognizing a man with an outstanding warrant.

In the 2000 block of Baker Drive, officers responded to an animal complaint of someone possibly shooting birds in city limits.

At City Park, lost keys were recovered and are being held at the Moffat County Public Safety Center until they it is recovered by the owner.

In the 200 block of Field Street, code enforcement left a written warning for weeds.

In the 3300 block of Overlook Place, code enforcement left a written warning for weeds.

Wednesday, June 15Wednesday, June 15

Wednesday, June 15

In the 1300 block of Victory Way, officers contacted and arrested a woman with an outstanding warrant.

At West First Street and Douglas Street, officers identified a man on property from which he was restrained and arrested him for the violation.

In the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, officers conducting a welfare check arrested one man for allegedly violating a restraining order.

In the 700 block of Taylor Street, code enforcement left a written warning for weeds.

In the 1600 block of Yampa Avenue, code enforcement left a written warning for weeds.

At the Moffat County Public Safety Center, two found bicycles were booked into evidence for safe keeping.

In the 1400 block of Lecuyer Drive, officers took a report of a burglary.

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