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Police Blotter for Nov. 6

Moffat County Jail

— Monday, Nov. 5

Michael Dawayne Garren, 20, of Rawlins, Wyo., was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of theft, burglary and criminal trespassing.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

Jonathan Aaron Moore, 26, of Frankfort, Ky., was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of two counts of unlawful possession of wildlife that is the property of the state, unlawful use of an artificial light and hunting, fishing and trapping on private property.

William Ben Newton, 24, of Hampton, Ariz., was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of unlawful possession of wildlife that is property of the state, hunting, fishing and trapping on private property and unlawfully hunting elk without a proper and valid license.

Bradley Reece Shankles, 24, of Hampton, Ariz., was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of the willful destruction of wildlife, unlawfully hunting elk without a proper and valid license, unlawful possession of wildlife that is property of the state and hunting, fishing and trapping on private property.

Moffat County Sheriff’s Office

No calls reported.

Craig Police Department

Officers responded to three requests to assist a citizen.

Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle.

Officers responded to two reports of fraud.

Officers responded to 11 animal complaints.

Officers responded to two reports of theft.

Officers responded to a harassment call.

Officers responded to a report of domestic violence.

Officers responded to two reports of a disturbance in progress.

Officers responded to a request to assist another agency.

Craig Fire Rescue

No calls reported.

Anyone who witnesses or has information about a crime is to call Moffat County Crime Stoppers at 824-3535. The phone line does not have caller identification. All callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.


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