Grand County police blotter, Oct. 12-14: Having ‘a bad trip’; Testing police response time |

Grand County police blotter, Oct. 12-14: Having ‘a bad trip’; Testing police response time


Disturbance — Authorities received a report at around 6:30 p.m. from a woman living on the 100-block of North Zerex in Fraser that a neighbor went into her home and started hitting her.


Alarm — Authorities responded just before 3 a.m. to the 600-block of Park Avenue in Grand Lake on a report of a residential alarm going off. Authorities made contact with the home owner, who said he wanted to see how long it took for an officer to get to the scene. The man was reported to be intoxicated.

Disturbance — It was reported to authorities at around 9:45 p.m. at Ranch House Restaurant at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Tabernash that three males were involved in a fight, hitting one individual. All subjects were at a wedding in Timber House. Staff was onsite trying to break up the fight. It was reported that it was not a fight but that the one subject was under the influence of drugs, possibly hallucinating. It was said the man was breaking property and throwing chairs. Friends said that the man was possibly on cocaine or having “a bad trip.”


Theft — Authorities were requested at around 1:30 p.m. at the Fraser Quickstop Shell Station for an employee who was coming in who allegedly had been stealing lottery tickets. Authorities made contact with the suspect a short time later.

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