The Record for Jan. 16 |

The Record for Jan. 16

Saturday, Jan. 14

1:16 a.m. A two-car, noninjury accident occurred in the 1700 block of Lincoln Avenue.

7:46 a.m. A man made a vehicle complaint on Blue Sage Drive.

8:35 a.m. A man reported a theft of his skis at Steamboat Ski Area.

8:35 a.m. A woman reported loud music on Sequoia Court.

10:06 a.m. A woman reported a theft of her skis at Gondola Square.

10:44 a.m. A woman made an animal complaint in the 700 block of Lincoln Avenue.

12:19 p.m. A woman reported a theft of her jacket in the 1800 block of Ski Time Square Drive.

12:33 p.m. A burglary was reported at a residence in the 1700 block of Steamboat Boulevard, but nothing was stolen. Police said a part-time resident noticed his house was “kind of in disarray” after he returned from a long absence, but he did not find anything missing.

12:37 p.m. A man reported a hit-and-run, noninjury vehicle accident in the 1800 block of Ski Time Square Drive.

1:28 p.m. A man reported a hit-and-run, noninjury vehicle accident at Howelsen Hill. Police said a 52-year-old woman, on the way to pick up her children, backed into a vehicle in the parking lot. Witnesses thought the woman was intoxicated and reported the incident. The woman then reportedly backed into another vehicle. Police arrived and arrested her on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Police said the woman had not yet picked up her children at the time of the accidents.

1:32 p.m. A man reported a theft of his shotgun in Yampa.

1:54 p.m. The second car accident involving the woman at Howelsen Hill was reported.

2:31 p.m. The woman reportedly involved in the car accidents at Howelsen Hill, upon arriving at the Routt County Jail in the custody of officers, was arrested at the jail on three misdemeanor charges and two felony charges including assaulting an officer. Police said, “She ended up kicking people and trying to hurt cops and deputies when they took her into the jail.”

2:43 p.m. A woman requested a police officer after she said she received harassing phone calls in the 400 block of River View Drive in Hayden.

4:25 p.m. A man reported the possible theft of gas from his vehicle, parked at the Weston Oil Co. on 13th Street. The man had parked his vehicle with a full tank, and when leaving several hours later, he noticed he only had an eighth of a tank.

4:39 p.m. A woman reported a two-car, noninjury accident on at Ninth Street and Lincoln Avenue.

6:06 p.m. A woman reported a fire in the 100 block of Moffat Avenue in Yampa. A sheriff’s deputy said a tractor in the garage at the feed store caught on fire because of electrical problems. The deputy said civilians hooked the tractor up to a truck, pulled it out of the garage and extinguished the flames before the garage caught on fire.

6:11 p.m. A man reported a gas leak in the 26100 block of Vista Valley Court. A propane tank that was low on gas was venting, a sheriff’s deputy said. It was giving off odors but not leaking.

8:05 p.m. A man requested an ambulance in the 200 block of Howelsen Parkway.

8:12 p.m. Steamboat police pulled over a 21-year-old Meeker man for weaving at Shadow Run. The man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of drugs. Police said the man had consumed prescription medications and alcohol.

8:19 p.m. A man reported a gas skip on Anglers Drive. Police said the incident was handled civilly.

8:44 p.m. A woman reported a theft at Gondola Square.

9:37 p.m. An Alpine Taxi driver reported a theft in the 1800 block of Burgess Creek Road.

11:15 p.m. An anonymous noise complaint was made about a band playing loud music at a residence in the 1700 block of Saddle Creek Court.

11:47 p.m. A man reported a burglary in the 44800 block of Routt County Road 46B. A ranch caretaker told sheriff’s deputies he heard two voices at the main house and that lights were on that were not supposed to be on. Three deputies responded, cleared the house and made sure it was secure. Nothing was reported missing. The deputies did not find evidence of a break-in.

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