Grand County police blotter, Jan. 11-14: Leaving the water running |

Grand County police blotter, Jan. 11-14: Leaving the water running

FRI., JAN. 11

12:38 p.m. Possibly intoxicated male threatening parties in West Portal Station Basement at Winter Park Resort. Party was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

5:24 p.m. Single-vehicle crash on intersection of County Roads 33 and 3. No injuries. Ford F350 crew cab landed on its side.

11:33 p.m. Male and female arguing in alley behind Ullrs Tavern in Winter Park. Male taken into custody for harassment.

SAT., JAN. 12

11:52 a.m. White van parked at Hot Sulphur Springs Resort. Recovered steal from Englewood.

1:41 p.m. Husband reports that wife is currently doing meth on the 500-block of Grand Avenue in Hot Sulphur Springs. Suspect was aware husband was calling law enforcement. No disturbance. EMS refused.

7:44 p.m. Man was following a subject who he thought was following his mother-in-law home. Now suspect is following the reporting party. Authorities met the reporting party and followed him to his residence in Kremmling.

SUN., JAN. 13

9:07 p.m. Suspicious person hanging around in the dark in the rear of the church on the 200-block of West Topaz Avenue in Granby.

12:26 p.m. Reporting party attacked by pit bull at Radium Hot Springs. Party needs assistance getting contact from animal’s owner who is refusing to answer her phone calls.

MON., JAN. 14

1:23 a.m. Water running for hours in room at Holiday Inn Express in Fraser. Deadbolt was locked. Made contact with male in room.The Sky-Hi News police blotter offers a glimpse of police activity taken from the Grand County Sheriff’s Office, Kremmling Police, Granby Police and Fraser-Winter Park Police daily logs. It is not a comprehensive report of all police activity. Calls such as domestic violence, DUIs, sexual assaults and juvenile situations typically do not appear.

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