Grand County police blotter, March 22-25: Rearranging refrigerators; 2,500-pound boulder |

Grand County police blotter, March 22-25: Rearranging refrigerators; 2,500-pound boulder


Suspicious person — It was reported to authorities at around 1:37 a.m. that there were display cases in the front of the store at Safeway in Fraser and a person was hiding behind pallets. No description was given; the person was gone on arrival.

Information report — Authorities received a report at around 10:25 p.m. from a party at a cabin behind the Roadhouse Bar & Grille in Grand Lake. The party stated that he received a call from his son in Missouri who said that an unnamed person is “messed up” and is “going to come over and rearrange refrigerators.” The reporting party believed the unnamed person is possibly using methamphetamine.


Suspicious person— Authorities received a report at around 10:45 p.m. near mile post 230 on Highway 40 of a male walking around jumping into traffic over the guard rail by Corona Pass. Authorities made contact with the subject.


Fire call — It was reported at 3:25 p.m. that a controlled burn near the 13,000-block of County Road 3 in Grand County reignited. It was a football filed size. No structures were threatened. The fire was out at around 5:45 p.m.

Harassment — Authorities received a report at around 4:20 p.m. from a party on the 600-block of County Road 606 in Granby. A neighbor harassment was in progress. No injuries were reported. It was reported that the neighbor verbally threatened the reporting party and is trying to lure him into a physical fight. The reporting party is disabled.


Hazard — It was reported at around 7:45 p.m. from near mile post 200 on Highway 40 that an ice chunk and rocks fell on the road at the west end of Byers Canyon. Vehicles were stopped but no reported damage. About 15 minutes later, a 2,500 pound boulder was reported as taking up both lanes; traffic was unable to move safely.

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