Tuesday, Sept. 29
- A report is due on a harassment call at the Berthoud Living Center.
- Police gave a verbal warning to individuals involved in a verbal disturbance at a business in the 1000 block of Second Street.
Wednesday, Oct. 30
- The Berthoud Conoco reported a counterfeit $10 bill.
- A woman came to the police station and asked for an officer to accompany her to retrieve her wallet. The wallet had been found by a local man who called her and said he would leave it on his front porch.
- A watchful neighbor reported lights on in a local dentist office at 8:30 p.m., believing it was unusual at that time of night. After checking the building, police determined that staff was cleaning.
Thursday, Oct. 1
- The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office reported a male driver speeding through the school zone on Highway 56. He was also tailgating and brake checking other drivers. The driver was gone when Berthoud Police arrived.
- Officers investigated a “cold” theft in the 1600 block of N County Road 17.
- A restraining order violation in the 700 block of Franklin Ave. was handled by the responding officer.
Friday, Oct. 2
- Police responded to a rollover accident with minor injuries on County Road 10E near Highway 287.
- A large hay truck stalled at the intersection of County Line Road and Wilfred Road. Citizens were flagging traffic and concerned that someone might run into the truck. The location was out of Berthoud’s jurisdiction and a trooper was en route.
- A purple bicycle, missing a front wheel, was found near the BMX Track.
- An Eighth Street woman reported she had an adult dog and two puppies in her yard. She thought she knew where they belonged, but thought the owner had gone hunting. Police gave her the owner’s telephone number so she could contact him.
Saturday, Oct. 3
- A woman reported a dead cat at the corner of Tenth Street and Common Drive. The cat had been hit by a car, and she wanted police to take the animal away before her children came home and saw it. When she called back two hours later to ask if an officer was going to pick up the cat, the department called back and left a message telling her that they do not pick up dead animals.
- The loud booming car radio that had been blaring for an hour and half was gone when the officer arrived at the S. Third Street and Colorado Avenue location.
Sunday, Oct. 4
- Berthoud police made nine traffic stops, four of them on Fourth Street.
Monday, Oct. 5
- Police initiated a pedestrian contact when they noticed two males looking through the dumpster at 349 Massachusetts Ave. at 2:30 a.m.
- Police investigated two “cold” trespasses, two reports of harassment and a case of vandalism. The vandalism took place in the 800 block of Welch Avenue.