On the record for Moffat County Jail Feb. 12
Craig — Moffat County Jail
Tuesday, Feb. 10
Juan Caudio Olivarez-Alvarez, 31, of Craig was arrested on one count of violating a restraining order. Olivarez-Alvarez attempted to contact the mother of his son three times in regards to filing taxes, and she has a restraining order against Olivarez-Alvarez barring contact until December 2016.
Thursday, Feb. 12
James Joseph Credeur, 25, of Dinosaur was arrested on charges of third-degree assault, domestic violence and possession of a schedule one or two substance.
Lizabeth Ann Buchardt, 25, of Dinosaur was arrested on charges of possession of a schedule one or two substance and possession of a schedule four substance.
Craig Police Department
At 4:33 a.m. in the 200 block of Colorado Street, an officer took a report of a missing juvenile. The officer picked up the juvenile and took the juvenile to the Public Safety Center.
At 4:43 a.m. at 6th Street and Yampa Avenue, Colorado State Patrol dispatch received a report of a female and male fighting. Upon arriving, Corp. Bryan Gonzales and officer John Meyers confirmed that the two had been fighting and are brother and sister. Gonzales contacted the female who he found face down in a parking lot.
She said her brother, identified as Nathan Smith, had thrown her to the ground and strangled her. She thought she might have passed out for a few seconds. She later told Gonzales she was screaming and couldn’t breathe; that Smith had a crazy look, making her think her life might be in danger. Gonzales called an ambulance and covered her with a blanket, as rain and snow began to fall.
Both Smith and his sister were transported to the hospital, where Gonzales took a few photographs of noticeable injuries to the female. She said she wanted to press charges against Smith. Smith was released for jail clearance and while in the back of a patrol car, said he wanted to smash the Plexiglas barrier and grab officer Meyers’ shotgun. He was arrested for assault and placed in the combat cell at Moffat County Jail.
At 1:40 p.m. in the 800 block of West First Street, an officer took a report of fraud.
At 7:10 p.m. in the 700 block of the Hospital Loop, animal control responded to a report of a family dog biting a family member.
At 8:48 p.m. in the 1100 block of West Sixth Street, officers responded to a violation of a restraining order and a male party was arrested and booked into Moffat County Jail.
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