A close friend of missing Steamboat Springs woman Page Stockdale has confirmed that she was found dead Saturday morning in Routt County.
Natural Choice started selling marijuana products for medicinal purposes in 2010, but on Thursday, the business opened shop for retail sales.
Police on Friday evening searched the home of the man they believe might have been with Steamboat Springs resident Page Stockdale when she disappeared.
A man impersonating a police officer pulled a car over Thursday night on U.S. Highway 40 near the border of Moffat and Routt counties, and local law enforcement agencies said it’s the second incident reported in the last three weeks.
7:20 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a burglary in the 100 block of Trafalgar Drive. Someone broke into a business and took money.
A man reported Page Stockdale missing after Stockdale did not show up for a 6 p.m. dinner date Tuesday. Stockdale also missed a physical therapy appointment and did not show up for a flight to Denver.
10:57 a.m. Officers were called to a report of 40 pounds of processed venison meat stolen from the bed of someone’s pickup in the 1900 block of Ski Time Square Drive.
On Saturday, Nov. 15, the All Crimes Enforcement Team (ACET), Craig Police Department the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office and K-9 deputy “Kiilo” worked together to arrest two individuals suspected of possessing, manufacturing and distributing meth and heroin.
Undersheriff Ray Birch said there was a female student who was creating a disturbance outside the school.
After a rollover accident 4 ½ miles west of Meeker yesterday afternoon, the driver and three passengers that were airlifted to St. Mary’s Medical Center are listed in stable condition.
Stagestop 1 LLC, a proposed retail marijuana business in Oak Creek, swiftly passed through the Planning Commission at Wednesday night's meeting and is one Town Board approval away from being the first of its kind in town.
Steamboat Springs City Council debates how involved police chief should be in police station planning
Some members felt public safety director Joel Rae's leadership role in the project is appropriate given his many years of experience with the police department. But other members felt it wouldn't be appropriate for Rae to continue being a point person on the station planning because they felt the proposal is controversial and Rae's involvement could end up damaging his reputation.
1:29 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a jacket missing from a bar in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. It was later turned in to officers.
Magill told his fellow council members that a prospective operator of such a business approached him and said he or she would look to possibly start the company in Oak Creek if the rules here weren't changed.
“Normally we expect a couple different things,” Oak Creek Fire Protection District Chief Chuck Wisecup said. “Chimney fires and carbon monoxide alarms.”