Streaker steals Sweet Lucy Bourbon: On the record for March 21
Craig Police Department
Craig — Tuesday, March 21
12:15 p.m. On the 1100 block of West Sixth Street, officers took a report of theft of a debit card. The card owner found three transactions that weren’t his.
12:19 p.m. At Russell Street and East Sixth Street, officers took a report of an injured baby bird in the middle of the street. The caller said they moved the bird to the sidewalk, but officers did not find it.
2:36 p.m. At West Sixth Street and School Street, officers responded to a report of a car versus deer crash. One witness reported that a dog chased the deer and the deer was subsequently hit by a green Oldsmobile, but other witnesses reported the dog was just in the area. The deer was deceased.
7:54 p.m. At Stockmen’s Liquors, officers responded to a report of theft by the man who was caught streaking in February between Stockmen’s and City Market. In this incident, he was fully clothed when he stole a bottle of Sweet Lucy Bourbon. He was issued a trespass notice and a summons for theft.
9:31 p.m. At the old Kmart building, officers responded to a report of approximately 20 vehicles parked in the parking lot. When officers arrived, they found a group of young people talking. No crime was found.
11:09 p.m. At the old Kmart building, officers responded to several vehicles parked that appeared suspicious. Again, when officers arrived, they found no evidence of alcohol, marijuana or other crime, and some trash. The young people present cleaned up the mess.
Update: A loaner minivan owned by Cook Chevrolet that was reported stolen March 12 was recovered Friday in Rifle. A female was arrested and Cook Chevy has the van back in their possession.
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