Tuesday, April 14
- The Boulder County Sheriff’s department found some property near Ish Reservoir that may be connected to the burglary at the Habitat Thrift Store.
- Lots of people and loud music on S. Third Street at 9 p.m. caused a nearby resident to complain to the police that the party had just started and may get out of hand. When police arrived seven minutes later there were still lots of people, but no music.
Wednesday, April 15
- A 3 a.m. barking dog on north Third Street warranted a call to dispatch. The caller opined that this was an ongoing problem. The dog’s owner was given a verbal warning by the officer.
- The dispatch report of a motor vehicle accident with injuries at Second Street and Indiana Avenue contained the following entries: Vehicle black Chevy Caviler. Male was on top of vehicle. Female driver. Has left. Male running eastbound on Indiana Ave. Police eventually contacted the male who, apparently under the influence of alcohol had jumped on the hood of a friend’s car and then fallen off. The officer insisted that he go to the hospital and he was transported.
Thursday, April 16
- A concerned citizen called about the welfare of a 7-year-old boy walking on the railroad tracks. The boy told the officer he had been walking with his uncle, but didn’t know where he was now. Police returned the child to a mobile home on Second Street and found his 14-year-old uncle at that location.
Friday, April 17
- Police responded to a call for an officer to come to an address in the 200 block of Second St. They took one female into protective custody and transported her to McKee Medical Center.
- An officer investigated the report of loud music near the intersection of Seventh Street and Capital Avenue. The party giver agreed to turn down the volume, but a few minutes later the anonymous caller reported that the music had started again and more people were outside yelling. The officer returned to the scene and gave a verbal warning.
Saturday, April 18
- A walker reported following a little Jack Russell Terrier from Mountain Avenue to the backyard of a residence in the 100 block of Welch Avenue. The owner of the residence said it wasn’t his dog, but he knew it was there. The last line of the report says, “Dog jumped the fence then ran west. Last seen running down the railroad tracks. Unable to catch it.”
- Two tow trucks on S. First Street, who were there to extract a vehicle, upset a homeowner by driving through his yard and making new ruts. The parties agreed to fix the damage.
Sunday, April 19
- A mid-morning caller from the area of Seventh Street and Lake Avenue reported suspicious circumstances occurring the previous night. She said she thought she heard two gunshots in the middle of the night and then heard a chainsaw. There is no further report available.
- A report of “Disturbance Physical” at a local drinking establishment shortly before midnight resulted in two females being taken into custody and transported to the Larimer County Detention Center.
Monday, April 20
- The day was quiet except for a howling dog in a pen on Seventh Street. The dog was not howling when the officer arrived.