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Police blotter for Oct. 18

Moffat County Jail

Friday, Oct. 14

Roger Duffy was booked on a warrant.



Saturday, Oct. 15

Juan Garcia was booked on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol.



Cheryl Nelson was booked on a warrant.

Stephanie Laird was booked on charges of unlawful distribution/manufacture, dispensing/sale/possession, compulsory insurance, special offender, violation of registration provisions, marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sunday, Oct. 16

Kenneth Harris was booked on charges of aggravated motor vehicle theft, robbery, fictitious number plates, driving without a license, menacing assault, third-degree assault and domestic violence.

Hyla Adams was booked on charges of theft and false reporting to authorities.

Monday, Oct. 17

Wesley Kent was arrested on charges of compulsory insurance and driving with obstructed windows.

Jodie Dunmire was booked on charges of reckless driving, possession of drug paraphernalia, vehicular eluding, amphetamine possession and invalid tail lamps and reflectors.

John Hipsher was booked on a warrant.

Craig Police Department

Friday, Oct. 14

Theft of cash reportedly occurred at Naturally Fine Herbs.

Officers made an arrest on a narcotics charge.

Officers made a warrant arrest.

Saturday, Oct. 15

Officers made a warrant arrest.

Sunday, Oct. 16

Officers made an arrest on suspicion of theft.

Police made an arrest on charges of vehicular eluding, possession of Schedule 2 drug and drug paraphernalia.

Monday, Oct. 17

Officers made an arrest on suspicion of driving uninsured motor vehicle, window tint violation and expired temp tags.

Moffat County Sheriff’s Office

Saturday, Oct. 15

People were contacted at Loudy Simpson Park for a vehicle causing damage to fencing.

Craig police were assisted at hospital with a dog bite.


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