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On the record for Moffat County Jail Jan. 6

Moffat County Jail

Sunday, Jan. 4

Sheryl Ann May (age not listed), of Craig, was arrested on charges of driving while impaired and failure to yield right-of-way when making a left turn.



Monday, Jan. 5

Joseph Charles Hansen, 25, of Craig, was arrested on charges of first degree criminal trespassing and possession of a schedule II substance.



Nichole Ann Wynne, 34, of Craig, was arrested on charges of driving a vehicle with a license under restraint, failure to carry proof of insurance and carrying expired license plates.

Craig Police Department summary of calls for service

Friday, Jan. 2

In the 800 block of West 1st Street a female party was issued summons for child neglect as she had left a child alone.

Code Enforcement red-tagged four vehicles for snow removal.

In the 500 block of Finley Lane a suspicious article was found and taken to Craig Police Department for safe keeping.

In the 800 block of West 1st Street a victim’s advocate brought down a vile that contained unknown pills and turned it over to the Craig Police Department for destruction.

Saturday, Jan. 3

In the 2900 block of Pinon Court, an officer took report of a theft.

In the 1100 block of West 6th Street, officers took a report of criminal mischief.

Sunday, Jan. 4

In the 600 block of East Victory Way, an officer took a cold burglary report.

Monday, Jan. 5

In the 2500 block of West 1st Street, one male was taken into custody for driving under the influence and another male was arrested on a warrant. Both were booked into Moffat County Jail.

In the 600 block of Russell Street code enforcement red-tagged an abandoned vehicle for snow removal.

In the 500 block of School Street, one female was taken into custody on a warrant and booked into Moffat County Jail.

In the 2200 block of Jeffcoat Drive, a non-injury, one-vehicle accident occurred.

In the 200 block of Commerce Street a non-injury, two-vehicle accident occurred.


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