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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

Schedule For This Weekends “Whittle The Wood”

Wood carvers will begin their work Wednesday at Loudy Simpson Park in an advance of this weekend’s Whittle the Wood Rendezvous in Craig. The carving will continue through Saturday morning and the public is encouraged to stop by over the next few days to watch their creations take shape. The judging Continue reading

Memorial For JD Hayes Friday Afternoon

The memorial service for former Steamboat Springs Police Chief JD Hays will be Friday afternoon at 3 at the Strings Music Pavilion. A Celebration of Life will immediately follow the memorial service.  In lieu of flowers, the family suggest Continue reading

Learn How To Stop Human Trafficking In MOCO

Free training will be available tomorrow for those interested in preventing human trafficking from coming through and happening in Moffat County. Members of the Colorado Organization for Victims Assistance, Advocates Crisis Support Services and the Craig Police Department are hosting the meeting to provide information on Continue reading

SUV And School Bus Collision

No one was injured Tuesday morning when a Ford Explorer collided with a Moffat County School bus at the intersection of Colorado and 7th Street in Craig. According to Jerry DeLong of the Craig Police Department, the driver of the Explorer failed to see the Continue reading

UPDATE 2: Search Crews Find Body Of Missing Man

The body of a man, who was contacted by Steamboat Police late Sunday night, was found Monday afternoon in the Yampa River. The 22-year-old was last seen entering the river, following the exchange with officers. Police initially Continue reading

Telephone Pole Fire May Have Been Intentional

Craig Firefighters responded to a telephone pole that was on fire Tuesday morning on School Street in Craig. According to Battalion Commander Troy Hampton, a homeowner near the pole discovered the fire and put it out utilizing a personal fire extinguisher. Yampa Valley Electric crews were called in to Continue reading

Craig Man Charged With Multiple Thefts

A 30-year-old Craig man was arrested Saturday after police discovered items from multiple thefts in his possession. Police received reports Friday afternoon that a storage locker in Craig had been broken into. The owner of the storage locker told police that tools were stolen, and he believed they were taken to an apartment on the 600 block of Ranney Street. Police responded to the Continue reading