Grand County police blotter, May 31-June 3: 100 mph juveniles; splinter in throat
THURSDAY, MAY 31
Noise complaint — It was reported to authorities at around 12:45 a.m. that loud music was coming from near a residence on the 75-block of County Road 521 in Tabernash; the reporting party said that a “tent village” was built in the back of the property and was likely where the music was originating.
Neighbor problem — Authorities received a report at around 8:30 a.m. from a resident on the 700-block of County Road 606 in Granby who claimed his neighbor was harassing him and put a fence to block the reporting party out of his driveway overnight. The party had blocked the road again June 1.
Warrant arrest — Authorities received a report at around 4 p.m. from a party who stated they had a warrant and would like to take care of it. The reporting party was located at the ponds on the side of Safeway in Fraser. Law enforcement made contact with the party in front of Safeway, but stopped at Middle Park Medical Center because the party stated he had a splinter in his throat.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2
Agency assist — Authorities received a report at around 11:30 a.m. from the Fraser Amtrack and Depot that an unknown subject needed to be removed from the train. A 30-year-old male was being “physically unruly” with other passengers.
SUNDAY, JUNE 3
Trespassing — It was reported to authorities at around 1:30 p.m. that there were subjects fishing at the ponds at Rendezvous in Fraser who were not authorized. The suspects were advised that the pond was private and they were not allowed to fish in it. The suspects already had five fish that they kept.
Reckless report — It was reported to authorities at around 5:50 p.m. that a small blue car traveling westbound on Highway 40 near milepost 190 in Parshall was driving in excess of 100 mph. Authorities located the vehicle and detained two juveniles. The driver was released to parents.
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