Tuesday, April 21
- A woman reported a suspicious car near Town Park. The officer found a man who was early for an appointment and had stopped to talk on his cell phone.
- A vehicle ran into a pole at the A&W Restaurant. The only damage was to the car so the driver opted not to file a report.
Wednesday, April 22
- A call about a yellow Labrador retriever in the yard near Third Street and Mountain Avenue was cancelled when the owner picked up the dog two minutes later.
- Police, acting on an arrest warrant, took a man into custody in the 200 block of Second Street.
- Police found an open door at a business in the 100 block of Bunyan Avenue shortly aver 2 a.m. and called the business owner to lock up.
Thursday, April 23
- Police warned a resident of the 900 block of Kansas Avenue to keep the dogs on the property and to make sure they have collars and current tags.
- Police picked up a chocolate Labrador retriever in the 700 block of Holms Place. The dog had a county, but not a Berthoud, tag.
Friday, April 24
- Teachers at Berthoud Elementary School found a three-year-old child on the playground and brought her to the office and called police. Police brought the child to the station and had her coloring when a distraught mother called to report a missing child. Apparently, mom had fallen asleep and the adventurous child went out to play. Police told her the little girl was safe at the station and mother and child were soon reunited.
- A major incident on County Rd. 17, just south of the intersection with US Highway 287, started with Longmont police following a homicide suspect into the Berthoud area. County Road 17 (Taft Ave.) was closed just before 2 p.m. as Larimer County Sheriff’s Deputies took three people into custody.
- A resident near Bunyan Avenue and Seventh Street took in a tiny tan colored dog. He offered to hold the dog and wanted to police to notify him if the owner called.
Saturday, April 25
- A caller reported that five juveniles, ages 8 to 10, had started a fire in a large concrete pipe at Turner Middle School. Police assisted the Berthoud Fire Protection District firefighters and are investigating.
- A Welch Ave. resident called to report a missing black and white small dog.
Sunday, April 26
- A Hubble Street resident reported items stolen from a vehicle parked outside the home.
- Police advised two women at Town Park they needed to keep their dogs on a leash and not let them run around the park.
- Police investigated a report of a suspicious male at the McCarty-Fickel House Museum.
- A caller reported teenagers playing in the concrete tubes at Turner Middle School and thought they were possibly the same ones that started the fire reported the previous day.
Monday, April 27
- Police issued a summons after picking up a brindle pit bull in the 400 block of 10th Street.
- Police made several traffic stops during the day and made one late night arrest for DUI.