On the record for Moffat County Jail Nov. 11
Nov. 7 to Nov. 10
On 800 W. First Street, one male turned himself in for a warrant and was booked into Moffat County Jail.
In the 1100 block of W. Victory Way, there was a non-injury two vehicle accident.
At the Latrell Barn, a bicycle was booked for safekeeping.
In the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, a cold burglary was reported.
Harassment charges are pending in the 1400 block of Barclay Street.
In the 100 block of E. Ninth Street a domestic violence arrest was made. The party was booked into jail on a charge of third degree assault.
In the 700 block of W. Victory Way, there was a two-vehicle, non-injury accident.
In the 400 block of Yampa Avenue, one male was issued summons for disorderly conduct after a fight.
In the 600 block of Barclay Street, a male was arrested on a warrant for a parole violation. He was allegedly in possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.
In the 100 block of W. Eighth Street, a female was arrested for domestic violence and was booked into Moffat County Jail on a third degree assault.
In the 900 block of Yampa Avenue, a report was made for the theft of a computer.
Michael Lavelle Marks, 45, of Craig, was arrested for violating a restraining order and was booked in Moffat County Jail on Nov. 6.
Jacob William Haynes, 21, of Craig, was arrested on a warrant on Nov. 6.
Karen Louise Packard, 18, of Craig, was arrested on charges of careless driving, driving under the influence and child abuse on Nov. 6.
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