May 17, 2011
William Clive Ellifritz
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William Ellifritz, 18, is to serve four years in the CAPS program in Craig. The sentence stems from his involvement in several downtown business burglaries in May.
The altercation took place July 30, but conflicting statements from witnesses led to a dismissal of charges by the Routt County District Attorney's Office on Wednesday.
Man who stabbed teen at library, victim's brother charged with harassment
Adam Huber, the man serving a six-month sentence for stabbing a 14-year-old boy in the hand at Bud Werner Memorial Library in April, was involved in an altercation July 30 with the boy’s older brother, William Ellifritz.
Bond was reduced Wednesday for the 18-year-old accused of breaking into several downtown Steamboat Springs businesses May 4 with his 14-year-old brother.
18-year-old Clive Ellifritz faces 14 charges
The Routt County District Attorney’s Office has filed 14 charges against a man suspected of breaking into downtown Steamboat Springs businesses May 4.
Boy stabbed in library and his brother booked
Police say the 14-year-old boy who was stabbed April 4 during an altercation at Bud Werner Memorial Library has confessed to helping burglarize six downtown businesses May 4. The boy’s 18- year-old brother, William Clive Ellifritz, also has been arrested and is in custody at Routt County Jail in lieu of $30,000 bail.