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Police Blotter for Feb. 2

Tuesday, Jan. 25

10:01 a.m. A juvenile received a ticket for reportedly smoking a cigarette in the 400 block of West Jefferson Avenue.

3:42 p.m. A landlord cleaning out the belongings of a former tenant reportedly found a motorcycle in a storage shed in the 300 block of North Walnut Street and thought it might have been one that was reported stolen. The color and model of the found motorcycle did not fit the description of the stolen motorcycle.

Wednesday, Jan. 26

7:59 p.m. Police officers looked for a vehicle involved in a gas skip in Craig. Officers did not locate the vehicle.

Thursday, Jan. 27

8:38 a.m. Harassment involving a juvenile was reported in the 400 block of West Jefferson Avenue.

9:51 p.m. A vehicle accident was reported in the 500 block of West Jefferson Avenue.

Friday, Jan. 28

1:12 p.m. Juveniles reportedly were speeding on Harvest Drive. Officers found and warned one of the juveniles.

7:19 p.m. A fight was reported in the 400 block of West Jefferson Avenue.

Saturday, Jan. 29

8:36 p.m. A verbal argument was reported between a man and a woman on Harvest Drive.

10:28 p.m. Two men reportedly were fighting in the 700 block of Washington Avenue. One man was transported to Yampa Valley Medical Center, where he received stitches to a cut in his head. The other man was arrested for violating his parole.

Sunday, Jan. 30

9:31 p.m. A resident in the 300 block of North Walnut reported that her back door was left open and was worried that her husband, whom she has a restraining order against, had been in the house. Officers could not find proof he had been in the home.


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