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The Record for July 21

Monday, July 19

12: 19 a.m. A woman complained about construction noise on River Road near the Brooklyn Area.

4:44 a.m. A deer was killed by a car in the 4000 block of West Lincoln Avenue.

8:45 a.m. A man complained about a person videotaping people washing their cars in the 1600 block of Mid Valley Drive. The person videotaping complained to police about the people washing their cars and letting soapy water run into the Yampa River.

11:09 a.m. Two laptops were reported stolen in the 1200 block of Turning Leaf Court.

11:40 a.m. A man reported the theft of $852. He had sent the money to a woman in Russia, whom he had met through an online dating service, so she could fly to the United States. He never heard from the woman again.

1:31 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident occurred in the 800 block of Yampa Street.

3:54 p.m. A $200 watch was reported stolen in the 100 block of Lincoln Avenue.

4:13 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported in the 500 block of South Lincoln Avenue.

4:43 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported in the 1400 block of South Lincoln Avenue.

6:44 p.m. A woman reported 10 long guns stolen from a house in the 21800 block of Routt County Road 29. Deputies found no sign of forced entry.

6:49 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident occurred in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive.

7:07 p.m. Juveniles ages 13 to 14 reportedly were approached on Main Street in Yampa by a man asking if they wanted to accompany him to view pornography.

9:29 p.m. A woman reported that someone unhinged the gate from her property and placed it on the ground nearby in the 40500 block of Steamboat Boulevard. The same thing occurred a week ago, she reported.

11:14 p.m. Bullets reportedly were found on the sidewalk in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive.


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