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Oak Creek town official arrested on traffic warrant
Oak Creek Town Board member Stephen “Spike” Beven was arrested Sunday morning at his Oak Creek home on a Colorado State Patrol outstanding traffic warrant.
The Routt County Jail book indicates the warrant was for not having insurance.
The Routt County Combined Courts did not have information about the warrant Tuesday.
Routt County Sgt. Miles DeYoung said deputies had contacted Beven on Sunday morning about Beven’s car, which “had been left abandoned in the middle of the road” on Nancy Crawford Boulevard in Oak Creek.
Beven, 68, was arrested at 8:03 a.m. after deputies found a Colorado State Patrol warrant out of Craig for his arrest, DeYoung said.
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Beven was compliant, he added.
Beven, who works nights at the Oak Creek Inn and Penny’s Diner in Yampa, could not be reached for comment Tuesday. Beven’s home phone number was disconnected.
Jail records indicate Beven posted a $777 bond and was released from jail. He is scheduled to appear in Routt County Court at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Beven was first elected to the Town Board in 2004, beating incumbent Jim Eskridge by four votes. Beven is up for election in April 2008.
Routt County Fair Board has three vacancies
The Routt County Fair Board has three vacancies. Two vacancies are at-large positions that expire Dec. 31 in 2008 and 2009. The third vacancy is for District 3, which includes Steamboat Springs, and expires Dec. 31, 2008. Meetings are the second Wednesday of every month. The Fair Board is a nine-member board responsible for the management of the fairgrounds and planning and executing the annual Routt County Fair. Call Jill at 276-3068.
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