Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of June 19, 2017

 


Weekly Events for June 19

June 19 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
June 19 – HPC meeting has been cancelled
June 20 – 7 pm Town Council meeting at Town Hall
June 21 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at the River Center
June 24 – Bike Rodeo at Riverside Middle School
June 25 – 2nd Annual Chamber/Town Potluck

Future Events – Mark Your Calendars

July 4 – 12 noon Freedom Celebration at Apple Tree Park
July 6 – Opening day of Community Market
July 8 – 8 am Hogback Hustle
July 15 – La TriColor Truck/Car Show, 4-9 pm

New Castle Recreation

Intro to Lacrosse Camp (Ages 8-12yrs)
Want to try the fastest growing sport in the valley? This new program will teach participants the fundamental skills of throwing, catching, scooping,  and cradling. Sticks and soft  lacrosse balls will be provided.Cost: $60.00/$70.00 after June 15. Days/Times: Thursdays, June 22-July 20 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Location: VIX Ranch.

The 2017 Summer Activity Guide is here!
To see all the latest, visit them online, www.newcastlerec.com or 984-3352

Events at the Library

June 21 – 1:30 pm Nature’s Educators:The Animals of Pokemon
June 23 – 1 pm Cooking Science
June 28 – 1:30 pm Color the Earth with Beth Epley
June 29 – 1 pm Pizza and a Movie
July 5 – 1:30 pm Ice Cream Social
July 12 – 1:30 pm You Can Build a Better World with Kyle Groves and Mr. E
July 13 – 1 pm Duct Tape Creations

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

New Castle Needlework Guild
Do you have a needlework project that you need help on or just join us, while working on your project.1st and 3rd Mondays of each month

starting at 6 pm, Community Center.

Grand Avenue Bridge Updates

North-leg of Sixth and Laurel Roundabout
Beginning, Monday, June 19 for approximately two months, crews will begin work on the north-leg of the new Sixth and Laurel roundabout.

The following week, Monday, June 26, Laurel will become one-way northbound. Motorists wishing to access Sixth Street and CO-82 from Laurel Street and surrounding neighborhoods should use Linden Street as a detour route.

The City parking lot next to Subway will be closed. Pedestrian access will be maintained during this time.

Pedestrian Bridge Nighttime Detours Week of June 19
Monday, June 19 through Friday night, June 23 from 8 PM to 6 AM, pedestrians will be detoured on the existing temporary walkway that is cantilevered on the GAB.

Nightly Sixth Street Lane Closures
Monday, June 19 through Thursday, June 22 from 8 PM to 6 AM, anticipate lane closures on Sixth Street between Pine and Laurel streets. Access to Maple Street will be closed during this time

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of June 12, 2017

 


Weekly Events for June 12

June 9 – 5 pm River Center Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 11 – 2 pm BBQ with a Cop in Burning Mountain Park
June 11 – 4pm – 6pm New Castle Diner Car Show & BBQ
June 12 – starting at 8:30 am Municipal Court at Town hall
June 12 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
June 12 – 6 pm Friends of the Library meeting at the Library
June 13 – 6:30 pm Lions Club meeting at New Castle Senior Housing
June 14 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at the River Center
June 14 – 7 pm P & Z meeting at Town Hall

June 15 – 6 pm CDOT Community meeting Grand Avenue Bridge at the Community Center

Future Events – Mark Your Calendars

June 24 – Bike Rodeo at Riverside Middle School
June 25 – 2nd Annual Chamber/Town Potluck
July 4 – 12 noon Freedom Celebration at Apple Tree Park
July 6 – Opening day of Community Market
July 8 – Hogback Hustle
July 15 – La TriColor Truck/Car Show, 4-9 pm

New Castle Recreation
 Father/Son Solar Car Derby
Bring your parent/guardian or adult friend to create a solar car. Solar races are a common science and engineering activity.
Min/Max:5/15 (pairs)
Cost: $5.00
Day/Times: Saturday, June 10 from 1:00-3:00pm

Intro to Lacrosse Camp (Ages 8-12yrs)
Want to try the fastest growing sport in the valley? This new program will teach participants the fundamental skills of throwing, catching, scooping,  and cradling. Sticks and soft  lacrosse balls will be provided.Cost: $60.00/$70.00 after June 15. Days/Times: Thursdays, June 22-July 20 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Location: VIX Ranch.

The 2017 Summer Activity Guide is here!
To see all the latest, visit them online, www.newcastlerec.com or 984-3352

Events at the Library

June 14 – 1:30 pm Digeridoo Down Under
June 15 – 1 pm Toy Hacking for teens
June 16 – 1 pm Cooking Science
June 28 – 1:30 pm Color the Earth with Beth Epley
June 29 – 1 pm Pizza and a Movie
July 5 – 1:30 pm Ice Cream Social
July 13 – 1 pm Duct Tape Creations

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

Go to www.newcastlerec.com to register

 

Updates on the
Grand Avenue Bridge
Pedestrian Bridge Nighttime Closures Week of June 19
Beginning Monday, June 19 through Friday night, June 23 from 8 PM to 6 AM, crews will close the new pedestrian bridge to stain the tiles on the canopies. Pedestrians should use the existing temporary walkway that is cantilevered on the GAB.

Construction of the North-leg of Sixth and Laurel Roundabout Begins June 19
Beginning, Monday, June 19 for approximately two months, crews will begin work on the north-leg of the new Sixth and Laurel roundabout. Laurel will be one-way northbound during this time. Motorists wishing to access Sixth Street and CO-82 from Laurel Street and surrounding neighborhoods should use Linden Street as a detour route. Detour map coming soon. The City parking lot next to Subway will be closed. Stay tuned for project updates.

CO-82 Nightly Lane Closures for Traffic Signal Installation

Near the end of June from 8 PM to 6 AM, CO-82 from 10th Street to the GAB will be in an alternating one-lane configuration. Ninth Street from Colorado to Grand avenues and Cooper to Grand avenues will also be closed during this time. Crews will install wider mast arms for upgraded traffic signals along the CO-82 corridor.

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of June 5, 2017

 


Weekly Events for June 5

June 5 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
June 6 – 7 pm Town Council meeting at Town Hall
June 7 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at the River Center
June 9 – 5 pm River Center Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction

Future Events – Mark Your Calendars

June 11 – 2 pm BBQ with a Cop in Burning Mountain Park
June 15 – 6 pm CDOT Community meeting Grand Avenue Bridge at the Community Center
June 24 – Bike Rodeo at Riverside Middle School
June 25 – 2nd Annual Chamber/Town Potluck
July 4 – 12 noon Freedom Celebration at Apple Tree Park
July 6 – Opening day of Community Market
July 15 – La TriColor Truck/Car Show, 4-9 pm

New Castle Recreation

Intro to Lacrosse Camp (Ages 8-12yrs)
Want to try the fastest growing sport in the valley? This new program will teach participants the fundamental skills of throwing, catching, scooping,  and cradling. Sticks and soft  lacrosse balls will be provided.Cost: $60.00/$70.00 after June 15. Days/Times: Thursdays, June 22-July 20 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Location: VIX Ranch.
Softball Skills Clinic: (Ages 8-15yrs)
Tune up your hitting, throwing, pitching, sliding, fielding skills and so much.
Cost: $40.00 Date: Saturday, June 10 Times:  8-12yrs from 9am-12pm & 13-15yrs from 1:00-4:00pm, location:  Elk Creek elementary School West Field.

The 2017 Summer Activity Guide is here!
To see all the latest, visit them online, www.newcastlerec.com or 984-3352

Go to www.newcastlerec.com to register
Events at the Library

June 7 – 12:30 pm Lunch Conversation
June 7 – 6:30 pm Leonard Curry Trio at Burning Mtn Park
June 9 – 1 pm Cooking Science
June 28 – 1:30 pm Color the earth with Beth Epley
July 13 – 1 pm Duct Tape Creations

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

Grand Avenue Bridge Updates

Grand Avenue Bridge Detour
Open House
Tuesday, June 27
11 am to 1 pm
Glenwood Springs Community Center

For the latest updates on the Grand Avenue Bridge construction, click here

 

New Castle Needlework Guild
Do you have a needlework project that you need help on or just join us, while working on your project.1st and 3rd Mondays of each month

starting at 6 pm, Community Center.

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June 2017 Newsletter

June 2017 Monthly Newsletter

In this issue:

Summer time in New Castle – Summer is always eventful in New Castle. In this month’s newsletter we feature a number of special events happening in June.

  • River Center Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction

  • Barbeque with a Cop

  • Bike Rodeo

Senior Housing

Did You Know That….

Rosybelle in coming to New Castle

News from the Recreation Dept

Chamber News

Prepare for the Bridge Closing

Council Highlights

New Trails on Mt Mederis

June 17 Download PDF

Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of May 29, 2017

 


Weekly Events for May 29

May 27 – Hogback Pizza & Rifle Animal Shelter 11 am – 3 pm, pet adoption
May 29 – Town Hall will be closed for Memorial Day
May 29 – 10 am Memorial Day ceremony at Highland Cemetery

May 31 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at the River Center

Future Events – Mark Your Calendars

June 9 – 5 pm River Center Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 11 – 2 pm BBQ with a Cop in Burning Mountain Park
June 15 – 6 pm CDOT Community meeting Grand Avenue Bridge at the Community Center
June 24 – Bike Rodeo at Riverside Middle School
June 25 – 2nd Annual Chamber/Town Potluck
July 4 – 12 noon Freedom Celebration at Apple Tree Park
July 6 – Opening day of Community Market

New Castle Recreation

Intro to Lacrosse Camp (Ages 8-12yrs)
Want to try the fastest growing sport in the valley? This new program will teach participants the fundamental skills of throwing, catching, scooping,  and cradling. Sticks and soft  lacrosse balls will be provided.Cost: $60.00/$70.00 after June 8    Days/Times: Thursdays, June 22-July 20 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Location: VIX Ranch Park

The 2017 Summer Activity Guide is here!
To see all the latest, visit them online, www.newcastlerec.com or 984-3352

Go to www.newcastlerec.com to register
Events at the Library
May 29 –  GCPLD will be closed for Memorial Day
May 30 – 10:30 am Story time
May 31- 12:30 pm Lunch and Conversation

June 1- 6 pm Book Domino Challenge for Teens
June 2 – 1 pm Cooking Science
June 7 – 6:30 pm Leonard Curry Trio at Burning Mtn Park

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

Grand Avenue Bridge Updates

Grand Avenue Bridge Detour
Open House
Tuesday, June 27
11 am to 1 pm
Glenwood Springs Community Center

For the latest updates on the Grand Avenue Bridge construction, click here

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of May 22, 2017

 


Weekly Events for May 22

May 20 – Chamber/Town wide Garage sale 7am – 12 noon
May 20 – Flea Market at Mr. T’s 10 am – 3 pm
May 22 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
May 24 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at the River Center
May 24 – 7 pm P & Z meeting at Town hall
May 29 – Town Hall will be closed for Memorial Day

Future Events – Mark Your Calendars

June 9 – 5 pm River Center Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 11 – 2 pm BBQ with a Cop in Burning Mountain Park
June 15 – 6 pm CDOT Community meeting Grand Avenue Bridge at the Community Center
June 24 – Bike Rodeo at Riverside Middle School
June 25 – 2nd Annual Chamber/Town Potluck

Events at the Library
May 23 – 10:30 am Story time
May 24- 12:30 pm Lunch and Conversation
May 25 – 10:30 am Preschool Storytime
May 26 – 1 pm Friday Makers

May 26 – 4 pm Bistro Book Club
May 29 –  GCPLD will be closed for Memorial Day
June 1- 6 pm Book Domino Challenge for Teens
June 2 – 1 pm Cooking Science
June 7 – 6:30 pm Leonard Curry Trio at Burning Mtn Park

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

New Castle Recreation

 

Thai Chi (Ages 18+) Try Tai Chi for on FREE Tuesday, May 16th at the New Castle Community Center, then decide if this class is for YOU! Session 1: May 23– June 29, Session 2: July 11-August 31. Days/Time: Tuesdays & Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm. Cost: $60.00 per session or $6.00 drop in class fee. Location: New Castle Community Center

Yoga For Beginners: Join local fitness instructor Michelle Fite for a basic introduction to yoga including sun salutations, standing and seated postures, restorative type yoga & flow. All levels welcome! Bring a Yoga mat! Cost: $100 for 5 week workshop Min: 7ppl Session 1: June 6– July 11 (no class 7/4). Days/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9:00-10:00am. Location: New Castle Community Center

Circuit & TRX Training: Join fitness instructor Victor Mauro from Exclusive Athletic Club in New Castle for a small group training session including circuit training, TRX, Maxxifit, and other functional movements. All fitness levels welcome. Min/Max: 5/20 Session 1: May 26, June 2, June 9 & June 16. Days/Time: Friday mornings from 10-11am. Cost: $50 for all 4 classes or $15.00 drop in fee. Location: Exclusive Athletic Club in New Castle

Intro to Lacrosse Camp (Ages 8-12yrs)
Want to try the fastest growing sport in the valley? This new program will teach participants the fundamental skills of throwing, catching, scooping,  and cradling. Sticks and soft  lacrosse balls will be provided.Cost: $60.00/$70.00 after June 8    Days/Times: Thursdays, June 22-July 20 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Location: VIX Ranch Park

The 2017 Summer Activity Guide is here!
To see all the latest, visit them online, www.newcastlerec.com or 984-3352

Grand Avenue Bridge Updates

An I-70 night detour is scheduled for Saturday, May 20 from 8 PM to 6 AM. The Grand Avenue Bridge will be closed during this time. This I-70 night detour is weather dependent.

US Hwy 6 Paving Update
Because of cold, wet weather, crews will continue paving US Hwy 6 through the end of next week. Some areas of US Hwy 6 will be in an alternating one-lane configuration while crews pave the highway. Delays are anticipated from 6 AM to 7 PM, Monday through Friday. Temporary traffic holds are anticipated on side streets.

Business access will be maintained during this time, with a brief hold in front of each business as crews lay new asphalt. Pedestrian access is maintained on sidewalks along US Hwy 6.

Nightly Street Closures for Traffic Signal Work – Next Two Weeks
Ninth Street Closures 5/22 to 5/25: Monday night, May 22 through Thursday night, May 25 from 8 PM to 6 AM, crews will close Ninth Street from Colorado to Grand avenues and Cooper to Grand avenues.

Eighth Street Closures 5/30 to 6/2: Tuesday night, May 30 through Friday night, June 2 from 8 PM to 6 AM, crews will close Eighth Street from Colorado to Grand avenues and Cooper to Grand avenues.

Nightly Sixth Street Lane Closures
Monday, May 22 to Thursday, May 25 from 7 PM to 7 AM, anticipate lane closures on Sixth Street between Pine and Laurel streets.

Downtown Paving Schedule
An I-70 night detour is scheduled for Saturday, May 20 from 8 PM to 6 AM. The Grand Avenue Bridge will be closed during this time. This I-70 night detour is weather dependent.

US Hwy 6 Paving Update
Because of cold, wet weather, crews will continue paving US Hwy 6 through the end of next week. Some areas of US Hwy 6 will be in an alternating one-lane configuration while crews pave the highway. Delays are anticipated from 6 AM to 7 PM, Monday through Friday. Temporary traffic holds are anticipated on side streets.

Nightly Street Closures for Traffic Signal Work – Next Two Weeks
Ninth Street Closures 5/22 to 5/25: Monday night, May 22 through Thursday night, May 25 from 8 PM to 6 AM, crews will close Ninth Street from Colorado to Grand avenues and Cooper to Grand avenues.

Eighth Street Closures 5/30 to 6/2: Tuesday night, May 30 through Friday night, June 2 from 8 PM to 6 AM, crews will close Eighth Street from Colorado to Grand avenues and Cooper to Grand avenues.

Nightly Sixth Street Lane Closures
Monday, May 22 to Thursday, May 25 from 7 PM to 7 AM, anticipate lane closures on Sixth Street between Pine and Laurel streets.

For the latest updates on the Grand Avenue Bridge construction, click here

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of May 15, 2017

 


Weekly Events for May 15

May 13 – 9 am Titan Trot at Cactus Valley Elementary School
May 15 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
May 16 – 7 pm Town Council at Town Hall
May 17 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at the River Center
May 19 – 6 pm Family Movie Night at Community Center
May 20 – 7 am Town wide Garage Sale/Flea Market

Future Events – Mark Your Calendars

June 9 – 5 pm River Center Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 11 – 2 pm BBQ with a Cop in Burning Mountain Park
June 15 – 6 pm CDOT Community meeting Grand Avenue Bridge at the Community Center
June 24 – Bike Rodeo at Riverside Middle School
June 25 – 2nd Annual Chamber/Town Potluck

Events at the Library
May 16 – 10:30 am Story time
May 17- 12:30 pm Lunch and Conversation
May 18 – 10:30 am Preschool Storytime
May 19 – 1 pm Friday Makers

May 19 – 4 pm Bistro Book Club
May 20 – 11 am Teen Volunteer Orientation
June 1- 6 pm Book Domino Challenge for Teens
June 2 – 1 pm Cooking Science

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

New Castle Recreation

 

The 2017 Summer Activity Guide is here!

Rosybelle is Coming to New Castle!!
The mobile Art bus travels to different areas to bring the maker Revolution to youth, making to easy for youth to have access to quality arts programing. Various art and media programs will enrich youth ranging from painting, pet portraits claymation and mural paint camp. Join NCR & Rosybelle this summer for Art on location!
Camp dates:  June 12-14 and June 26-29

To see all the latest, visit them online, www.newcastlerec.com or 984-3352

New Castle Needlework Guild
Do you have a needlework project that you need help on or just join us, while working on your project.1st and 3rd Mondays of each month

starting at 6 pm, Community Center.

Grand Avenue Bridge Updates

Beginning Tuesday, May 16, Eighth Street between Cooper and Grand avenues and Eighth Street between Colorado and Grand avenues will be closed for approximately four days.
The following week, Ninth Street between Cooper and Grand avenues and Ninth Street between Colorado and Grand avenues will be closed for approximately four days.

US Hwy 6 Mill and Fill Begins Monday, May 8
Monday, May 8 through approximately May 19, some areas of US Hwy 6 will be in an alternating one-lane configuration while crews pave the highway. Traffic control will maintain two lanes when possible. Fifteen-minute delays are anticipated from 6 AM to 7 PM, Monday through Friday. Temporary traffic holds are anticipated on side streets.
Business access will be maintained during this time, with a brief hold in front of each business as crews lay new asphalt. Pedestrian access is maintained on sidewalks along US Hwy 6. Weekend work is also possible.


I-70 Exit 116 Eastbound On-ramp Closures
The Exit 116 eastbound off-ramp is OPEN during this time.
The I-70 Exit 116 eastbound on-ramp will be CLOSED from 5:30 AM to 9:30 AM, Monday through Friday. For I-70 eastbound access, motorists are advised to use westbound I-70 to Exit 114 and turn around at the interchange.


For the latest updates on the Grand Avenue Bridge construction, click here

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Public Notice of Unclaimed Property – New Castle Police Department

 

Property Notice

 

The New Castle, Colorado Code of Ordinance on Unclaimed Property 3.24.030 subsection B states Prior to disposition of any unclaimed property having an estimated value less than fifty dollars ($50.00) or having no last known address of the owner, the town clerk shall cause a notice to be published and posted in two public places within the town. The notice shall include a description of the property, the owner of the property, the amount or estimated value of the property, and when available, the purpose for which the property was deposited or otherwise held. The notice shall state where the owner may make inquiry of or claim the property. The notice shall also state that if the owner fails to provide the director with a written claim for the return of the property within sixty (60) days of the date of the publication of the notice, the property shall become the sole property of the municipality and any claim of the owner to such property shall be deemed forfeited.”

 

The New Castle Police Department has multiple items in safekeeping and will be disposing of the property. Disposing could mean “thrown away” and/or “sold at public auction”. The following list will be posted for 60 days and any unclaimed property will be disposed of properly. If you have questions or need to claim your property please call 970-984-2302 or go to the New Castle Police Department located at 801 West Main Street. Please see the following list of items.

 

 

Owner – Corrine Jannell Hudson

Property – 1 Black in color backpack containing miscellaneous toiletry items and 1 duffle bag containing personal clothing items

Estimated Value – $2.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Anthony William Toovey

Property – 1 backpack containing personal items

Estimated Value – $5.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Michelle Marie Godeski

Property – Black and white hand bag containing personal items

Estimated Value – $10.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Matthew Wutzen

Property – Silver knife

Estimated Value – $10.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Ondine Eisenhart Craig

Property – Purse containing personal items

Estimated Value – $47.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Erika Sanchez

Property – Wallet

Estimated Value – $20.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Jennifer Miller

Property – Pocket Knife

Estimated Value – $20.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Alia Lopas

Property – Bags containing personal items

Estimated Value – $8.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Alia Cassandra Lopas-West

Property – 4 bags containing personal items

Estimated Value – $25.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Safekeeping

 

Owner – Unknown

Property – Ipad

Estimated Value – $50.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Unknown

Property – Motorola Bluetooth

Estimated Value – $30.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Luis Alberto Tarango Gonzalez

Property – Wallet

Estimated Value – $30.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Unknown

Property – Ipad

Estimated Value – $50.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Unknown

Property – LG phone

Estimated Value – $50.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Ivan Cordoba

Property – Credit card

Estimated Value – $1.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Unknown

Property – Costume Jewelry

Estimated Value – $10.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

Owner – Timothy John Golden

Property – Wallet

Estimated Value – $5.00

Available to claim – As soon as possible at the New Castle Police Department

Reason for Police hold – Found Property

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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