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One Arrested After Traffic Stop in Weld County On Friday, February 1, 2019 at …

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One Arrested After Traffic Stop in Weld County

On Friday, February 1, 2019 at approximately 1041 hours, a deputy with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office performed a traffic stop on a vehicle speeding near the intersection of WCR 54 and WCR 43.

During the traffic stop, the deputy found the driver to be driving with no insurance and driving while his license was denied.

During the search of the vehicle, the deputy found 13.4 grams of methamphetamine and 2.4 grams of cocaine.

The driver, 52-year-old Steve Moeller, is being charged with Unlawful Distribution (Methamphetamine), Unlawful Distribution (Cocaine), Speeding, Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle, and Driving while Under Restraint (Denied).

All charges are merely accusations until proven guilty in the court of law. No other information will be released at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this or any other crime is asked to call the Weld County Sheriff’s Office at 970-356-4015 or Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be submitted through the Crime Stoppers website at www.crimeshurt.com. Those submitting tips through Crime Stoppers that lead to the arrest and filing of charges on a suspect(s) may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000 from Crime Stoppers.

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The Weld County Small Business Incentive Program continues to help small busines…

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The Weld County Small Business Incentive Program continues to help small businesses in unincorporated Weld County thrive. Since the program began in 2014, a total of $123,608 has been distributed to eight businesses to help offset permitting fees. Facilitated by the Board of Commissioners and the Department of Planning, the Small Business Incentive Program was established with $500,000 from the county’s economic development fund in 2014. The program has provided businesses with $60,000 this year, and the commissioners believe it will help many more in the future.

Read more at www.weldgov.com.

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WELD COUNTY – ROAD MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION and RECLAMATION CLOSURES: CR 10 fr…

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WELD COUNTY – ROAD MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION and RECLAMATION CLOSURES:
CR 10 from CR 5 to CR 7 2/25/2019 thru 3/1/2019 culvert replacement

CR 29 from CR 84 to CR 86 2/4/2019 thru 2/13/2019 culvert replacement

CR 35 from CR 70 to CR 72 2/25/2019 thru 3/1/2019 culvert replacement

CR 52 from CR 63 to CR 65 2/4/2019 thru 2/15/2019 culvert replacement

CR 61 from CR 74 to CR 78 2/19/2019 thru 2/22/2019 culvert replacement

CR 74 from CR 39 to CR 41 3/4/2019 thru 3/8/2019 culvert replacement

CR 380 from CR 63 to CR 65 2/19/2019 thru 2/22/2019 culvert replacement

DAY CLOSURES
CR 29 from SH 14 to CR 90 2/11/2019 thru 3/8/2019 road construction

NOT CLOSED
CR 91 from US 34 to I-76 10/22/2018 thru 3/1/2019 new bridge construction
A temporary one-lane bridge will be in place during new construction. Caution is advised.

CDOT
CR 46 from CR 25 to SH 60 11/5/2018 thru 5/31/2019 bridge replacement

CR 18 and US 85 northbound 1/10/2019 until early Feb. resurfacing
Northbound Motorists will detour onto CR 14.5 south of project. Contact 720-572-4474 to learn more.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
CR 33 from CR 38 to CR 40 2/11/219 thru 2/15/2019 pipeline maintenance

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Hickenlooper administration destroyed, denied or delayed public records pertaining to Air Quality Control mandates

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Submitted by: People United For Responsible Government

What are Hickenlooper and Polis afraid of?
As if the whole LEV and ZEV thing isn’t bad enough, we now learn that there’s a cover – up…

https://pagetwo.completecolorado.com/2019/02/12/hickenlooper-administration-destroyed-denied-or-delayed-public-records-pertaining-to-air-quality-control-mandates/

Hickenlooper administration destroyed, denied or delayed public records pertaining to Air Quality Control mandates

‘If there were communications in there that pertained to important matters, and the person was in that office, it seems those records shouldn’t be destroyed. It’s not specific in CORA law but there is Federal case law. It’s worth questioning that everything thing he sent or received was no lon…

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