The record for Dec. 17, 2003 |

The record for Dec. 17, 2003

Monday, Dec. 15

12:12 a.m. A restaurant in the 700 block of Lincoln Avenue reported harassing phone calls.

12:41 a.m. An intoxicated female was reported to be hyperventilating at the base of the gondola area. An ambulance was called.

1:11 a.m. An intoxicated woman reportedly flagged down a Steamboat Springs police officer because her vehicle was stuck in a snow bank. The police officer detected the woman had been drinking and tested her alcohol level. The woman was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

1:45 a.m. A break-in was reported at Steamboat Springs High School.

3:34 a.m. A set of footprints reportedly was found going from vehicle to vehicle in the Copper Mountain Estates subdivision. Nothing was reported missing.

10:18 a.m. Credit card fraud was reported in the 1300 block of Manitou Avenue.

10:21 a.m. A $25 gas skip was reported on Anglers Drive.

1:03 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported in the 200 block of Lincoln Avenue.

3:07 p.m. A vehicle was reported in a ditch in the 3000 block of Whistler Avenue. The vehicle was out of the ditch by the time police arrived.

3:27 p.m. Cluster mailboxes near the intersection of Amethyst Drive and Concordia Lane reportedly were knocked over.

4:11 p.m. An incident of road rage was reported near the intersection of Third Street and Lincoln Avenue. Two drivers reportedly were yelling at each other.

5:17 p.m. A traffic light was reported to be malfunctioning in the 1000 block of Central Park Drive. When police checked, the light was working properly.

5:24 p.m. A vehicle was reported to be in a ditch near the intersection of Fish Creek Falls Road and Amethyst Drive.

7:37 p.m. Nine to 10 vehicles reportedly were parked along the curb on Tamarack Drive, next to no parking signs. The owners of the vehicles agreed to move by 10 p.m.

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