The record for Aug. 3, 2004
Sunday, Aug. 1, 2004
12:23 a.m. A fight in progress was reported in the 700 block of Mountain Vista Circle. People reportedly tried to get into an apartment, but then left. Police took a report.
1:04 a.m. Loud music and a party was reported in the 2300 block of Storm Meadows Drive. Police went to the unit and issued a verbal warning.
1:32 a.m. An intoxicated pedestrian trying to flag down traffic was reported on U.S. Highway 40 west of downtown Steamboat Springs. The man was contacted by police and advised not to jump out at cars, then was given a courtesy ride home.
2:28 a.m. Juveniles were reportedly using a pool at Sparta Plaza and gunning the engines of their cars. Police came, the crowd dispersed, and a ticket was issued for criminal trespassing.
2:39 a.m. People in the 800 block of Howelsen Parkway were reportedly knocking down trash cans and honking car horns. They were gone when police arrived.
3:08 a.m. A fight in progress was reported in the 1300 block of Athens Plaza. It was mutual combat, the two parties were advised, and neither wanted to press charges.
10:45 a.m. A non-injury, hit and run accident was reported on Mount Werner Circle. One car was rear-ended by another, and a report was taken.
4:10 p.m. A dog at large was found at the intersection of Highway 40 and Routt County Road 129.
6:21 p.m. A patient at Yampa Valley Medical Center was reportedly bitten by two different dogs in two different locations in the city. Police came and took a report.
6:58 p.m. Street signs were reportedly blown down at the intersection of Tamarack and Fish Creek Falls Road.
7:40 p.m. A resident in the 40 block of Butcherknife Avenue reported that there may be an intruder at a house next door. Police came and found the house was vacant.
8:07 p.m. A window was broken in a car parked near the skate park and ball fields.
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