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The Record for Nov. 11

Tuesday, Nov. 9

12:36 a.m. A noise complaint was made in the 900 block of Mountain Village Circle, where police officers found four skateboarders riding in a parking lot. They were warned about noise and asked to quiet down.

3:54 a.m. An $11.91 gas skip was reported from the 7-Eleven gas station at Elk River Road and U.S. Highway 40. The suspect, who was driving a white Mazda pickup truck could not be found.

7:36 a.m. A fire alarm that sounded at the Comfort Inn on Walton Creek Road was caused by burnt toast.

8:34 a.m. A one-vehicle, noninjury accident was reported near U.S. 40 mile marker 148 on Rabbit Ears Pass. The vehicle rolled over in wintry road conditions.

11:10 a.m. An officer was requested in the 900 block of Pine Street to respond to a disturbance involving an employer and an ex-employee. A routine clearance check on one of the individuals revealed an outstanding warrant, and the man was arrested.

12:55 p.m. A bicycle was reported stolen from outside Hill Hall on Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus. The bike, a Specialized, wasn’t locked at the time of the theft.

3:31 p.m. The owner of a 1997 Subaru Outback reported that the vehicle had been hit by an unidentified car, causing a large dent in the driver’s side door. There are no suspects.

3:49 p.m. A Steamboat Springs School District bus driver informed police of a Jeep Cherokee that failed to obey the bus’s flashing stop sign. The driver gave police a description of the suspect and the license plate number. A ticket likely will be issued to the driver.

9:21 p.m. An ambulance was requested at the Clark Store, where a man injured in a four-wheeling accident had been transported. The man was taken to Yampa Valley Medical Center. His condition is unknown.


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