No decision has been made in the Loggers Lane case in Steamboat


— The District Attorney’s Offi­ce is awaiting final results from the Routt County Sheriff’s Office before making any decisions about filing charges in the Loggers Lane case.

Steamboat resident Kati More reportedly stole and then returned more than $60,000 from the Loggers Lane Owners Association while she was serving as treasurer of the group.

Then-association President Rob Ryg declined to press charges when the theft was discovered in February, but other owners have since expressed interest in pursuing charges.

The Steamboat Springs Police Department finished a report and turned it over to the District Attorney’s Office, but Sheriff Gary Wall wanted a separate investigation by his office.

Sheriff’s Office Investigator Mike Curzon was assigned to the case but left the country because of family issues.

Deputy District Attorney Rusty Prindle said he hopes to have a decision made in the next several weeks.

“We’re close; we just want to make sure we have all the information we think is appropriate,” he said.


oldskoolstmbt 6 years, 11 months ago

wow, there must be A LOT to investigate...i don't believe it took this long to investigate the two local women who stole over a million dollars from a bank (and they hadn't admitted to their crime)....


Zach Fridell 6 years, 10 months ago

No real updates yet. Investigator Mike Curzon said today that he's still working with computer experts to look through the hard drive of Kati More's computer. The DA's office is waiting on the results from Curzon's investigation before they make any decisions regarding charges.


oldskoolstmbt 6 years, 9 months ago

thanks, zach!...what about statute of limitations for charging her? anyone know what those may be??


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