On the record for Oct. 5 | CraigDailyPress.com

On the record for Oct. 5

Craig Police Department

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Monday, Nov. 2

In the 900 block of Yampa Avenue, an officer took a report of fraud.

In the 500 block of Ranney Street, a woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

At West Victory Way and Second Avenue West, a woman was arrested for possession of dangerous or illegal weapons by a previous offender.

In the 1100 block West Sixth Street, code enforcement red-tagged a vehicle for abandonment.

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Tuesday, Nov. 3Tuesday, Nov. 3

Tuesday, Nov. 3

In 400 block of Rose Street, officers found a bicycle and took it to the Public Safety Center for safe keeping

In the 500 block of School Street, officers arrested a woman for driving under restraint.

In the 800 block of West First Street, an officer took a report of theft.

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Wednesday, Nov. 4

In the 700 block of East Victory Way, officers responded to a vehicle crash. No injuries were reported.

In the 800 block of West First Street, an officer did took a report of found property.

In the 900 block of Finley Lane, the school resource officer did a report on a drug violation.

In the 500 block of Yampa Avenue, officers warned a man not to return to a business’ property.

In the 500 block of Ranney Street, officers arrested a man on charges of driving under the influence and careless driving after receiving a report of an accident.

In the 1400 block of Heather Street, officers took a report of theft.

In the 300 block of South Highway 13, officers took a report of a liquor violation.

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