Grand County police blotter, June 25-27: Unwanted window washers, tased bear
Tuesday, June 25
2:31 p.m. A person on the 80-block of Meadow Trail in Fraser reported seeing two male subjects walking around their house and urinating in their yard. They were reporting seeing this from their home’s security cameras. Police arrived and confirmed that the male subjects were window washers.
8:50 p.m. Subjects were burning furniture in their backyard in Kremmling. They were advised to put the fire out.
9:17 p.m. An SUV struck a moose near mile marker 232 on Highway 40. The moose was deceased, but additional help was needed to move the moose from the roadway.
10:16 p.m. A 23-year-old reportedly passed out twice, fell and hit the back of their head inside an establishment in Grand Lake. The person was released to a sober party.
11:14 p.m. A suspicious incident was reported at Windy Gap. A female was seen crawling around the outside of a truck. Officers made contact and determined that the female had lost her glasses and was looking for them.
Thursday, June 27
12:38 a.m. A bear was reported near the Sagebrush BBQ in Grand Lake. A deployed taser was ineffective. A second taser deployment proved to be effective. Colorado Parks and Wildlife was contacted.
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