Grand County police blotter, March 8-12: 20 people in a hot tub; Frostbite
THURSDAY, MARCH 8
Harassment — It was reported to authorities at around 9 p.m. at the 100-block of Timber House Road in Winter Park that an inebriated male party was wondering the halls, knocking on doors and being aggressive. It was reported that the man had a bloody mouth. Authorities made contact with the subject and took him into custody.
FRIDAY, MARCH 9
Disturbed person— It was reported at around 1:20 a.m. near the Sundowner Motel in Winter Park that a male was yelling for help in the area. He was possibly in the area of Highway 40. The reporting party was unable to get a visual. The man was flagging down a party at Main and Vasquez. He was dropped off with a sober party.
Harassment — Authorities received a report at around 2:20 p.m. near Zerex and County Road 8 in Fraser that a pedestrian who was walking was stopped by a vehicle and threatened. The party was shoved by the suspects and verbally abused. Authorities were unable to locate the subjects.
Assist — Winter Park Resort Ski Patrol brought a male off the mountain who was on unknown drugs at around 2:30 p.m. The man was cooperative.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10
Animal surrender — It was reported to authorities at around 3:10 a.m. from the 600-block of Railroad Avenue in Kremmling that a pitbull had become out of control and the party wanted to surrender it to authorities. The subject then barricaded himself. A female in the home wanted to keep the dog.
Noise complaint — It was reported at around 10:15 p.m. of 20 people in a hot tub at Fraser Crossing in Winter Park. They were being loud, with loud music and wouldn’t listen to staff.
SUNDAY, MARCH 11
Disturbance — It was reported to authorities at around 7:20 p.m. from Hi-Country Haus in Winter Park that there was screaming and things being thrown in an apartment. Authorities made contact with the subject who said she was having an argument over the phone.
Foot patrol — A male was discovered just before 3 a.m. at the Hideaway Park restrooms with a foot injury, possible frostbite.
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