On the record for Moffat County Jail March 31 and April 1
Craig Police Department
Tuesday, March 31
In the 900 block of W. First Street, officers responded to a domestic violence report. The male involved in the dispute agreed to leave for the evening.
In the 1900 block of Baker Drive an officer did a follow up investigation.
In the 1900 block of Baker Drive, one male was booked into Moffat County Jail after a threat report.
In the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, Brian Charles Fread, 35, was taken to Moffat County Jail for criminal mischief. According to an arrest affidavit from the Craig Police Department, Fread admitted to cutting up a bikini another male had purchased for his ex-girlfriend and throwing it in a dumpster.
Wednesday, April 1
In the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, a male was taken into custody and booked into Moffat County Jail.
In the 1500 block of Barclay Street, code enforcement warned a tenant and owner for junk and trash.
In the 300 block of Sage Court, code enforcement left a warning for an abandoned vehicle.
In the 1200 block of Rose Street, animal control took an animal to a shelter. The animal’s owner picked it up later.
In the 800 block of W. First Street, an officer took a report of found property
In the 800 block of W. First Street, a man brought an officer a license plate he found.
In the 1200 block of W. Sixth Street a man was arrested on a warrant and booked into Moffat County Jail.
At Third and Colorado streets, Steven Kracht, 31, was booked into Moffat County Jail for driving under the influence. According to an arrest affidavit from the Craig Police Department, Kracht was pulled over for not using his headlights and officers suspected him to be under the influence of marijuana. Kracht admitted to using marijuana but refused to submit to a blood test.
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