Grand County police blotter: Abandoned cats; stopping to eat
Monday, Aug. 1
Animal control — The Grand County Sheriff’s Office was notified just after 9 a.m. of a truck somewhere along Country Road 50 that contained a dog but no owner. The owner was supposed to appear at the Grand County Jail to turn himself in on an unrelated matter. The truck was located and the dog was taken into custody.
Animal control — The Grand County Sheriff’s Office received a call just before 1 p.m. of a dog in the area of Third Street and Range Avenue in Kremmling. The dog and its owner were located shortly after.
Animal control — The Grand County Sheriff’s Office was notified just after 8 p.m. on a report from a party stating their neighbors on the 400 block of County Road 64 in Grand Lake had moved out of their residence and abandoned two cats.
Fire call — Officials with the Grand Fire Department responded at around 10:30 p.m. to Kum & Go in Granby after receiving a report of a strong smell of natural gas in the area, possibly something a nearby train was carrying. Officials checked the area and its surroundings but found no smell of gas and registered no gas reading.
Tuesday, Aug. 2
Passed out subject — The Granby Police Department received a call shortly after midnight of a male individual possibly passed out in his vehicle at Country Ace Hardware on Agate Avenue. The man was found to be responsible but highly intoxicated. The man consented to a blood-alcohol test then was taken into custody.
Arrest — A male was arrested by Fraser-Winter Park Police at around 2:40 a.m. on the 40 block of Wanderers Way in Winter Park. The man was reportedly attempting to break into a neighbor’s house and beating on the door.
Suspicious vehicle — The Grand County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle at around 2:40 a.m. near Mile Post 208. Officials discovered the party inside the vehicle stopped to eat.
Criminal mischief — Law enforcement was notified at around 8:40 a.m. of a Dumpster that had been damaged with what appeared to be a crowbar during the night at Meadowridge Condominiums in Fraser.
Harassment — The Granby Police Department responded just before 1 p.m. to the Barnstore in Granby after receiving a report of an adult male harassing minor. The male subject moved outside of a Greyhound Bus according to the responding party. EMS was requested on scene.
Disturbance — Kremmling Police responded to an unruly patient at Kremming Memorial Hospital at around 7:30 p.m. who was reportedly squirting water everywhere.
Wednesday, Aug. 3
Hazard — Grand County Sheriff’s Office was notified just moments after midnight of rocks covering both sides of Highway 40, reported to be the size of tires and larger, near Mile Post 201 outside of Hot Sulphur Springs. The Colorado Department of Transportation was notified and the road was later cleared. (Minor incidents have been omitted from this report.)
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