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Police Blotter for June 7

Jail Report

Thursday, June 5

Brenda LeBlanc, 27, was booked in the Moffat County Jail on a charge of criminal trespassing.



Louana Patrick, 38, was booked in the Moffat County Jail on a warrant.

Jeffery Adam, 33, was booked in the Moffat County Jail on a charge of driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.



Craig Police Department

Friday, June 3

Officers took a report of fraud for a prescription.

A 1996 black Chevy Blazer was reported stolen from Samuelson’s True Value. The keys reportedly were left in the vehicle.

Saturday, June 4

Officers assisted animal control with a vicious dog.

Officers assisted on a report of an aggravated robbery.

Sunday, June 5

A vehicle was reported stolen.

Monday, June 6

Officers recovered a stolen vehicle.

Moffat County

Sheriff’s Office

Friday, June 3

A parent found drug items in a daughter’s bedroom and wanted them drug tested.

Deputies took a report of theft of utilities.

Saturday, June 4

Deputies took a report of suspicious juveniles.

Deputies took a report of an unknown person using bolt cutters to cut a lock off of a gate.

Deputies took a report of dogs at large.

Sunday, June 5

Deputies took a report of a person trespassing.


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