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More Assistance Needed With Voyeurism Investigation

The Sweetwater County Sherriff’s Office has released more photos from an ongoing felony voyeurism investigation, and they are asking with the public’s help in identifying the people in the photos. Police arrested 28-year-old Ryan Flaten late last month, after recording devices were found in bathrooms and Continue reading

Assist With Felony Voyeurism Investigation

The Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the public’s assistance with an ongoing voyeurism investigation. 28-year-old Ryan Flaten was arrested last month in Green River, and is facing 16 felony counts of Voyeurism in Sweetwater County. Flaten is currently free on a $25,000 bond. During the investigation, officers have come into Continue reading

Video Shows Break-in At Steamboat Pot Shop

The Steamboat Springs Police Department is asking for help to identify the man who broke into the Golden Leaf Marijuana dispensary on Lincoln Avenue.  The break-in occurred in the early morning hours Wednesday (August 9).  Security video captures show the individual breaking into the store.  Police report that items were stolen from the business.  Although what Continue reading

Help Identify Bike Thieves

The Steamboat Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying the individuals who broke into Orange Peel Bicycles Sunday night and stole 3 bicycles and pedals. A reward of $500 is being offered to anyone with information leading to an arrest. If you have Continue reading

UPDATE: Steamboat PD Looks To Identify Burglary Suspect

The Steamboat Springs Police Department is looking to identify the man who broke into the Sambi Canton  restaurant around 2 Sunday morning. The man used a crow bar to enter the building where he stole an undisclosed amount of cash.  The man is described as either Asian or Hispanic and is believed to be between 5 feet and 5 feet 4 inches tall. A photo captured of the suspect from a security camera in the restaurant can be seen on Continue reading

Judge Pushes Back On EPA Coal Regulations

A U.S. District Court Judge has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to begin tracking and evaluating the impact the Clean Air Act has had on coal mining and power plant jobs in the United States. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told Judge John Preston Bailey, it would take the EPA two years to devise a method to track the economic effects of the Clean Air Act. Bailey deemed this time frame insufficient, and set a July first deadline for the EPA to identify facilities that Continue reading

Congressman Tipton Sends Letter To President Regarding Refugees

scott-tipton-AT-KRAI-300Today, underscoring that the federal government must rigorously vet and verify the identities of refugees, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) took steps to halt the President’s unilateral actions to admit tens of thousands of unverified Syrian refugees into the United States. Tipton urged that the focus instead be on moving forward with alternative options to protect the refugees, including establishing safe-zones within Syria. Continue reading