On the record for June 23
Craig Police Department
Tuesday, June 21Tuesday, June 21
Tuesday, June 21
At East Third Street and Legion Street, an officer conducted a traffic stop after recognizing a driver whose license was revoked. The driver was arrested for driving without a license.
In the 600 block of Taylor Street, code enforcement gave an written warning for weeds.
In the 600 block of Riford Street, an officer took a report of a red mountain bike that was stolen off of a porch.
In the 800 block of Ashley Road, officers responded to a call where the reporting party said there were unwanted people in his home. When police arrived, they found the reporting party alone in his home with his wife.
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In the 500 block of West Victory Way, an officer took a report of a car accident involving property damage.
Wednesday, June 22Wednesday, June 22
Wednesday, June 22
At the Moffat County Public Safety Center, an individual reported possible identity theft.
At Green Street and West Victory Way, code enforcement red-tagged an abandoned vehicle.
At East Washington Street and South Lincoln Street, code e enforcement red-tagged an abandoned vehicle.
In the 3800 block of West Eighth Street, code enforcement gave administrative warning for weeds.
In the 900 block of School Street, officers took a report of a hit-and-run vehicle accident.
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