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Police Beat: May 21, 2009

Tuesday, May 12

  • Four dogs were reported running loose near Fourth Street and Capital Avenue at 8:37 a.m.
  • In the early afternoon, a caller on Sage Place reported a dog escaping from their yard into another yard and then disappearing.
  • A local business owner called to complain about people using the business’s dumpster. Using the vehicle license number, the police contacted the owner and were told the Cub Scouts had done a cleanup and picked up trash all over Town and put it in that dumpster. The scout leader thought the dumpster by the skate park belonged to the Town. She said she would call the business and work things out.

Wednesday, May 13

  • A Sioux Drive couple reported a suspicious man in the neighborhood around 9 p.m. The man was soliciting for signatures on a petition and there was no criminal violation. 

Thursday, May 14

  • A north Fourth Street resident reported that someone had broken into his vehicle overnight and had taken items from the car.
  • At 7 p.m., dispatch received a report of people in a vehicle southbound on Taft Ave with a slingshot and shooting at cars and signs. Larimer County Sheriff’s deputies responded, but the car was gone.

Friday, May 15

  • Police investigated a “cold” burglary at Berthoud High School.
  • A motor vehicle accident at First Street and Mountain Avenue required both cars be towed.
  • A driver on Highway 287 ran into a parked dump truck near Duran’s Hobby Acres. The extent of injuries was not available.
  • A report tersely reports, “They have a med size black/brown terrier type dog on their porch.”  “They” live in the 1000 block of Sixth Street and apparently the dog was not theirs.

Saturday, May 16

  • Police responded to three calls about juveniles during the day. They were unable to locate the kids in the first call. The second call described kids on bikes riding in traffic. Police found two boys with helmets and apparently no problem. In the third case police noticed three juveniles on the roof of the high school and took names.  

Sunday, May 17

  • There is no indication of the disposition of calf in the park of the (high) school.

Monday, May 18

  • Police found an open door on a Mountain Avenue business shortly after midnight.
  • An evening caller was concerned about the welfare of two dogs tied up at a house on S. Highway 287.
  • The officer determined that they were not in distress.
  • Dispatch received a “brown water” report from the 200 block of Second Street.
  • An officer made contact with a bicycle rider who was out in the dark with no headlamp or tail lights.
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