Steamboat Radio News - Shannon Lukens
A Steamboat man has been arrested for stealing two trucks in one night. 26-year-old Mason Woolley has multiple felony charges and two misdemeanor charges. The different trucks were stolen, and some tools were missing from one of the trucks. One truck was found a mile away from where it went missing. Then police saw a man on a security camera, who they later identified as Woolley getting in an unlocked Dodge pickup near a business on Copper Ridge Drive. The keys of the truck had been left in the center console. Other security videos spotted Woolley in the truck. Steamboat Police got a warrant, tracked him down, and arrested him. Woolley was also charged with a previous offense of showing a gun on a city bus, but it turned out it was a toy gun. Bond is set at $2,000.
The water in Yampa is back after a break with faulty valve. It has been tested and it’s OK to drink but it may be a little milky because of air in the lines. It is a busy time in Yampa, too, because of second rifle season.
In other news from South Routt, Yampa Valley Electric is shutting off power from Routt County Road 14 to State Bridge Thursday night at Midnight until 6 a.m. Friday, to replace some equipment.
The community Recycle Drop Off Day is this Saturday. Madison Muxworthy is with Yampa Valley Sustainability Council.
Electronics go to the Meadows lot, and everything else at the Upper Knoll Lot from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Business drop off is from 1:30-2:30 p.m. There is a fee to recycle some of the items and you can find out all of those details at www.YVSC.org