KRAI News for Wednesday, March 11, 2020

The woman charged with being an accomplice in the robbery of the Bank of Colorado along W. Victory Way has pleaded guilty. 38-year-old Kristy Lynn Carrillo was in district court Monday. The robbery was back in September. Carrillo was in the car during the robbery when a man went in and gave a note to the teller, demanding cash. Carrillo spent more than 100 days in jail before making bond. Her guilty plea comes with a deferment request of three years, which means she’ll be on probation for three years. She also told the judge that she has entered an out-patient recovery program.

Mikayla Diane Hoppe

The Craig woman facing multiple charges in different cases, including concealing death of a baby, is asking for some time. Mikayla Diane Hoppe wants two more weeks to discuss with the public defender the multiple charges and decide on a plea. Hoppe will be back in court next Tuesday afternoon, March 24.

Alexander Wilson mug shot




A Steamboat Springs man was arrested Monday on multiple felonies, all related to drugs. A drug-sniffing K-9 dog from the Routt County Sheriff’s Office indicated there were drugs in the car of 44-year-old Alexander Wilson. It happened at a local grocery store. Wilson was arrested and booked into the Routt County Jail. He’s out on a $10,000 bond and will be back in court on March 17.

A trail of wolf tracks observed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers in
Northwest Colorado on January 19, 2020



That pack of wolves in Moffat County has been spotted again, and verified by district wildlife managers. The pack of six to seven wolves was a few miles south of where they were last spotted, which was in the northwest corner of the county. Area residents have reported howling, carcasses and tracks. Wolves are protected. Killing a wolf in Colorado can result in federal charges, including a $100,000 fine and a year in prison, per offense. Report any sightings through the Colorado Parks & Wildlife website. Wolf Sighting Form:

Steamboat Resort. Photo by Shannon Lukens.

Steamboat Resort is getting new terrain on the mountain. Pioneer Ridge will be expanded with 355 acres of new terrain. The advanced/expert terrain will be accessible via the Pony Express lift, which will get 25 new chairs. It’s an increase of 12 percent in total skiable acres, at 3,320 acres, making Steamboat the third largest resort in Colorado. Up from 5th largest. There will be upgrades to snowmaking and the snowcat fleets. Hazie’s restaurant will be remodeled, and employee housing at The Ponds will be expanded. Altogether, Alterra Mountain Company is investing $223 million dollars in capital improvements across its 15 North American mountain destinations for the upcoming year.

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