On the record for Moffat County jail Dec. 2 | CraigDailyPress.com

On the record for Moffat County jail Dec. 2

Moffat County Jail

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Jessica Marie Varah, 26, of Grand Junction, was arrested on 15 charges: first degree introducing contraband, theft, identity theft, forgery, criminal possession of a financial device, criminal possession of a forgery device, false reporting to authorities, unlawful use of a controlled substance, publicly/openly consumption of marijuana, two counts of penalty, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of a scheduled substance.

Wednesday, Nov. 26

Ross Martin Taylor, 57, of St. Helens, Oregon, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and failure to drive in a single lane (weaving).

Emilee Lynnett Dohrman, 19, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County jail on a warrant.

Thursday, Nov. 27

William Dale Hunter, 53, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County jail on a warrant.

Saturday, Nov. 29

Scott Richard McCormick, 55, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County jail on a warrant.

Sunday, Nov. 30

Elvis Aaron Campbell, 31, of Craig, was arrested on charges of violation of a restraining order and disorderly conduct.

Monday, Dec. 1

Kevin Alan Hickson, 19, of Craig, was arrested on charges of possession of a scheduled substance, failure to carry insurance, driving an unsafe vehicle and driving without a valid driver’s license.

David Andrew Burns, 19, of Craig, was arrested on charges of violation of bail bonds, violation of a restraining order, resisting arrest and possession of a scheduled substance.

Tuesday, Dec. 2

Joseph Carl Borchert, 45, of Craig, turned himself in at Moffat County Jail for a warrant.

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