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Posted on: October 27, 2022

[ARCHIVED] White & Mylar Booked on Multiple Counts After Crime Spree

Crime Spree Incident NewsFlash

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO-October 28, 2022-The Steamboat Springs Police Department (SSPD) released additional information about the two individuals arrested in connection with a crime spree yesterday, October 27. The suspects were booked into jail on the following charges.

Taylor White – 25 years old Taylor White

  • Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft, C4F theft of vehicle and causing $500 in damage to property and vehicle
  • Theft of approximately $9400 worth of property, C5F
  • 1st degree criminal trespass, C1M
  • 2nd degree criminal trespass, C2M
  • Drove vehicle revoked habitual offender, MT2

White was arrested on October 23 in Arvada, Colorado, for stealing a vehicle in Lakewood, Colorado.

Dory Myler Dory Mylar – 36 years old 

  • Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft, C4F theft of vehicle and causing $500 in damage to property and vehicle
  • Theft of approximately $9400 worth of property, C5F
  • 1st degree criminal trespass, C1M

The suspects stole almost $9,400 worth of camping and outdoor gear including a firearm from a vehicle parked in Ski Times Square. White subsequently stole a Toyota Tacoma parked at the Kum & Go and fled to CR 33 before driving several miles through fields and crashing in a ditch.  Officers located the suspect a mile away from the truck.  

Later in the day, SSPD located another stolen truck occupied by White’s accomplice, Dory Mylar.  That truck contained items stolen from the vehicle in Ski Times Square. Mylar had entered a RV parked near the truck she stole, and officers were concerned of a possible suspect being barricaded in the RV. The Combined Emergency Response Team (CERT) responded, entered the vehicle, and found no one located in the RV.

During this series of incidents, Routt County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) responded to assist officers.  SSPD is incredibly thankful for the strong partnership with the men and women of RCSO.

All criminal charges are merely accusations, and that the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt

-WeServeTheCity-

Contacts
Sherry Burlingame, Police Chief, 970.879.4344 or email
Mark Beckett, Commander, 970.879.4344 or email
Michael Lane, Communications Manager, 970.871.8220 or email

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