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Watch Out For Credit Card Skimmers

Steamboat Police are warning residents to be on the look out for suspicious devices when paying at the pump. Two skimming devices have been recovered recently from local gas stations. Skimming devices read the information stored on the magnetic strip while a credit card passes through an attached device. Depending on the financial institution, the Continue reading

“Coffee With A Cop” This Week

Steamboat police will be holding “Coffee with a Cop” this week. Members of the Steamboat Springs Police Department will be at the event to talk with and answer questions from members of Continue reading

Police Search For Craig Man

Police are looking for help in locating 26-year-old Ethan Tyrel Robinson. A warrant was issued for Robinson’s arrest after he failed to turn himself into authorities over the weekend. Robinson received two additional failure to comply charges for not turning himself in at the agreed upon time. While Robinson Continue reading

Help Identify Burglar

The Oak Creek Police Department is looking for public assistance to help identify the person responsible for breaking into a Bonfiglio’s drugstore. A male is believed to have stolen multiple bottles of prescription medication, with each bottle full of about Continue reading

Vehicle Wheel Chair Collision

A man, who was traveling down the road in a wheelchair just after dark Tuesday night, was struck by a vehicle near the intersection of 6th and Barclay in Craig. The driver of the Continue reading

Retirement Party For Walt Vanatta Wednesday

A retirement party will be held this week in Craig for outgoing Police Chief Walt Vanatta. The celebration will be held Wednesday afternoon, in the Craig City Council Chambers from 2 to 4. Vanatta accepted a retirement package from the city last month. His last day as Chief was August 8th, but Vanatta has been Continue reading

Craig Teen Has Been Missing For One Year

Yesterday marked one year since Katrina Treacy was reported missing from her home in Craig.  The investigation into Treacy’s disappearance is still active and ongoing. 15-year-old Treacy, was last seen on August 23rd 2016, before  she is believed to have run away from her family’s home.  Treacy’s name was added to the FBI’s endangered runaway 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

Walt Vanatta Accepts Retirement Package From City

Craig Police Chief Walt Vanatta has accepted a retirement package from the City, and will be hanging up his badge early next week. Vanatta’s final day as Chief of police will be Tuesday, but he is expected to work closely with interim police Chief Jerry DeLong to ensure a smooth transition at the department. Craig City Manager Mike Foreman said the city will be Continue reading

Roll-Over On East Victory

A single vehicle roll-over accident occurred yesterday afternoon on East Victory Way in Craig. A man lost control of his pickup near the Bear Creek Animal Hospital just before 5:30, resulting in his vehicle ending up in the ditch next to the hospital entrance. According to Detective Bill Continue reading

UPDATE: Craig Couple Arrested For Bike Theft

A Craig couple was arrested yesterday afternoon, on charges of stealing two bicycles from Ski Haus in Steamboat. 37-year-old Leslie Dale Billings and 34-year-old Kristin Marie Phillips are accused of stealing the two Specialized bikes Tuesday afternoon. After Steamboat Police received an Continue reading

Steamboat Police Look For Info On Bike Thieves

The Steamboat Springs Police Department is looking for two people suspected of stealing bicycles from Ski Haus in Steamboat. A man and a woman are accused of stealing two bikes from the store Tuesday afternoon around two in the afternoon. A $500 dollar Continue reading