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Craig Police Department
Tuesday, May 5
In the 3800 block of West Sixth Street, code enforcement gave a property owner verbal warning.
In the 1100 block of West Sixth Street, one man was arrested and booked into Moffat County Jail after officers responded to a domestic violence call.
In the 800 block of West Seventh Street, officers responded to a report of two suspicious men. Robert E. Boxell was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and booked into Moffat County Jail. According to Officer Ryan Fritz’s statement in the arrest affidavit, “I watched him place a rather large machete on top of the duffel bag.” Officer Fritz asked Boxell if he was carrying any other weapons before proceeding to search and detain him.
At East Ninth Street and Russell Street, Kevin Alan Hickson was arrested for unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and failing to present evidence of insurance. According to the arrest affidavit, a warrant for Hickson was brought to Cpl. Bryan Gonzales attention on Tuesday morning. Gonzales identified Hickson’s vehicle around 9 p.m. on Tuesday and stopped it. Hickson had a red straw containing a white residue, which later tested positive for methamphetamine.
Wednesday, May 6
In the 3400 block of Douglas Street, an officer contacted three parties who had been involved with shinning a laser light into vehicles.
In the 500 block of First Avenue West, an officer took a report of a hit-and-run accident.
In the 500 block of Lincoln Street, code enforcement, red-tagged a vehicle for abandonment.
In the 200 block of West Victory, there was an accident involving two vehicles.
In the 400 block of Yampa Avenue, an officer took a report of stolen checks and pay vouchers from a business.
In the 1100 block of west Victory Way officers responded to a report of a shoplifter. A man was issued a summons for theft
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