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Police Beat: Aug. 20, 2009

Monday, Aug. 10

  • A 16-year-old female reported that her 18-speed bicycle was missing after she spent some time in the swimming pool at Berthoud Park.

Tuesday, Aug. 11

  • Police found no criminal violation in a physical disturbance in the 800 block of Jay Place.
  • Police received a noise complaint about a rooster on Common Drive that crows off and on all day.
  • A code violation in the 400 block of Franklin Avenue led to a written warning being issued.
  • Suspicious Circumstances in Progress reported on Keep Circle is closed with “Gone on Arrival” even though the report indicates the officer arrived within seconds of the call being received.
  • An officer handled the report of a Suspicious Circumstance in Progress at Log Cabin Liquors at 11:30 p.m. A male had been digging in the trash in search of old cigarette butts so he could re-roll the left over tobacco for a cheaper smoking experience.

Wednesday, Aug. 12

  • Dispatch received two 911 hang-up calls during the day. One is listed as routine, the other as suspicious with a report to follow.
  • It was quiet on Munson Court when the officer arrived in response to a barking dog complaint.
  • The animal complaint on Jay Place an hour-and-a-half later was handled by the officer.
  • A noise complaint in the 200 block of Second Street was a stuck car horn. The owner finally turned it off.

Thursday, Aug. 13

  • Police once again responded to the house on Jay Place in response to an animal complaint, and once again, the situation was “Handled by Officer.”
  • Police responded to a motor vehicle accident with injuries at Mountain Avenue and Eighth Street in the early afternoon.
  • In the time between 6:39 and 10:18 p.m., police responded to two burglar alarms and one panic/holdup alarm. All three turned out to be false alarms.
  • Late evening noise in the 300 block of Welch Avenue resulted in a verbal warning from the officer.
  • The officer on night duty noticed several cars and people in the Berthoud Commons parking lot shortly after 11 p.m. All the parties were under age 21, all had been drinking and all were issued summonses for underage consumption of ethyl alcohol.

Friday, Aug. 14

  • Police received three reports of juveniles during the evening. Police found no one at Berthoud Elementary school at 8:30 p.m. or at Longview Avenue and Greenwood Drive at 10:40 p.m. Responding back to the school at 11:30, the police found no criminal violation.

Saturday, Aug. 15

  • Police made three traffic stops in the wee hours of the morning and six more in the evening.
  • None of the motorists were issued citations though four of them received written warnings.
  • Police found no criminal violation in the harassment claim on east Nebraska Avenue.
  • The report of gunshots in the 800 block of Longview was thought to be the fireworks observed county roads 15 and 8.

Sunday, Aug. 16

  • Police stopped a car for speeding down First Street at 3 a.m. and found two under 21 females who had been drinking. Neither was intoxicated but the 17-year-old driver was cited for underage consumption, speeding and curfew violation. Her father had to come to the scene and picked her up.
  • A woman on Jay Place reported having a stray dog in custody. She said the dog had no identification and police called the Larimer County animal control. Before animal control, showed up police received a call from a woman on Marshall Place asking if her dog was in custody. It was, and she got her dog back, along with a summons for having an unlicensed dog and a rabies tag violation.
  • A passerby thought an automobile by the Roadhouse Bikes shop at 11:30 p.m. was suspicious. Police contacted a man and took care of the situation.

Monday, Aug. 17

  • A woman reported that her purse had been stolen from her unlocked vehicle parked in the Berthoud Commons parking lot. She had taken her wallet for shopping, but had left her purse and it was missing when she returned to the car.
  • The noon barking dog was quiet when police arrived in his neighborhood on Sunnywood Place, but the after midnight barking dog in the 900 block of Seventh Street earned his owner a verbal warning.
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