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On The Record for Oct. 9

Craig Daily Press Staff Report

Craig Police Department

Tuesday, Oct. 6Tuesday, Oct. 6

Tuesday, Oct. 6

In the 900 block of Yampa Avenue, officers issued a summons for a liquor violation.

In the 600 block of East Fourth Street, code enforcement responded to a complaint of weeds, junk and trash.

Wednesday, Oct. 7Wednesday, Oct. 7

Wednesday, Oct. 7

In the 300 block of Bonderud Avenue, an officer took a report of theft from a vehicle.

In the 800 block of Steele Street, an officer responded to a suspicious incident.

In the 2200 block of West Third Street, an officer took a report of a cold burglary.

In the 2200 block of West Third Street, an officer took a report of criminal mischief and property damage.

In the 1300 block of West Victory Way, a man was arrested on a warrant and issued a summons for shoplifting.

In the 1000 block of West Victory Way, two individuals were removed from a business.

In the 1300 block West Victory Way, an officer responded to a vehicle crash with no injuries.

In the 700 block of West Victory Way, officers arrested a man on an outstanding warrant.

In the 600 block of West Victory Way, officers responded to a hit-and-run crash. No one was injured.

Thursday, Oct. 8Thursday, Oct. 8

Thursday, Oct. 8

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

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

In the 1600 block of West Victory Way, an officer took a report of items being stolen from behind a business.

In the 700 block of East Victory Way, an officer took a report of a lost wallet.

In the 2600 block of Highway 40, officers responded to a report of found property. The property was recovered and booked into evidence for safekeeping.

In the 800 block of Barclay Street, officers recovered a lost wallet and booked it into evidence for safekeeping.


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