The Record for July 28 |

The Record for July 28

3:47 a.m. A woman in the 700 block of Walton Pond Circle reportedly heard loud music. Officers gave the residents a verbal warning.

9:15 a.m. A man driving a plum-colored van reportedly was yelling at people as they entered a store in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive. The man was gone when officers arrived.

9:18 a.m. Someone reportedly found a cell phone in the 400 block of Howelsen Parkway.

9:28 a.m. A lightning bolt reportedly caught a pine tree on fire near the Catamount Golf Course. Firefighters cut the tree down, chopped it up and extinguished the fire.

10 a.m. A gas skip worth $45.20 was reported in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue.

12:24 p.m. A piece of construction equipment reportedly cut a major gas line in the 1800 block of Ski Time Square. Atmos Energy capped the line, and everything was fine.

12:34 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive.

1:54 p.m. A lightning strike reportedly caught some grass on fire in the 300 block of Cherry Drive. The miniature fire was put out by the rain.

3:12 p.m. Two transmission cases reportedly were stolen from the 2400 block of Lincoln Avenue. A report was taken.

4:11 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported in the 1800 block of Central Park Drive.

4:38 p.m. A man in the 2300 block of Penny Lane reported someone stealing a weapon from his car in Denver. A report was taken.

5:33 p.m. A scooter reportedly was stolen from the 3700 block of Lincoln Avenue.

5:51 p.m. A man reported his wife missing near the Yampa River in downtown Steamboat Springs. The man and woman later were reunited.

5:56 p.m. A two-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported near Walton Creek Road and Village Drive.

11:26 p.m. Someone reportedly stole a mountain bike from a rack in the 1100 block of Lincoln Avenue.

11:38 p.m. People in the 700 block Walton Pond Circle were given a warning for talking loudly and yelling.

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