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On the record for Oct. 23

Craig Daily Press Staff Report

Craig Police Department

Tuesday, Oct. 20Tuesday, Oct. 20

Tuesday, Oct. 20

At Russell Street and Victory Way, officers responded to a vehicle crash with no injuries.

At Woodbury Park, an officer took a report of vandalism.

In the 600 block Wickes Avenue, officers issued a warning after responding to a noise complaint.

In the 600 block of Wickes Avenue, officers arrested a man on charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, violation of bond conditions and possession of paraphernalia after a traffic stop for failing signal when turning.

Wednesday, Oct. 21Wednesday, Oct. 21

Wednesday, Oct. 21

In the 600 block Wickes Avenue, officers arrested a man on charges of domestic violence, third-degree assault and criminal mischief.

In the 900 block of Finley Lane, an officer took a report of theft.

In the 1100 block of West Sixth Street, officers arrested a woman on charges of menacing, filing a false report with law enforcement and harassment.

In the 2400 block of West Victory Way, an officer responded to report of an intoxicated person. A man was arrested for allegedly violating a protection order.

Thursday, Oct. 22Thursday, Oct. 22

Thursday, Oct. 22

In the 1900 block of West Victory Way, officers conducted a traffic stop. A woman was arrested on charges of possession of a scheduled substance, violation of bond, possession of an illegal weapon and failing to obey a traffic signal.

In the 2600 block of West First Street, an officer assisted a stranded motorist.

In the 500 block of East Victory Way, officers recovered found property.

In the 900 block of Finley Lane, an officer took a report of harassment.

In the 2400 block W Victory Way, officers responded to a vehicle crash. No one was injured.

In the 800 block of West First Street, an officer followed up on an investigation.


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