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The Record for Nov. 2, 2003

POLICE BLOTTER

Friday, Oct. 31

8:06 a.m. A sport utility vehicle and a car were involved in a noninjury accident on U.S. Highway 40, near East Pine Grove Road, when one of the vehicles slid on the icy road. One of the vehicles almost hit another car while it was sliding.

12:14 p.m. A Steamboat woman who was arguing with her husband reported domestic violence.

1:34 p.m. A snowboard was reported stolen from a vehicle, possibly while parked in the Wal-Mart parking lot. The vehicle’s owner, who called from Colorado Mountain College, said his trunk does not lock.

3:26 p.m. A mountain bike that has been parked in front of the Steamboat Springs Public Safety Building for several weeks was taken inside for safe keeping until the owner returns.

3:57 p.m. A North Routt County resident reported that his garage was on fire. North Routt firefighters had the fire out in minutes.

4:27 p.m. A driver near mile marker 163 of U.S. 40 reported another motorist driving dangerously. Police caught up with the other driver and arrested the driver on suspicion of DUI.

5:09 p.m. A blue Jeep Cherokee was reported leaving the On the Way Market Conoco without paying for gas.

6:35 p.m. A man pulling a trailer behind his truck reportedly struck a parked vehicle with his trailer near the corner of Ninth Street and Yampa Avenue and drove away. An off-duty police officer with the Hayden Police Department witnessed the accident and caught up with the man in the truck. He brought him back to Steamboat to file a report.

7:06 p.m. Business owners in Old Time Square reported that juveniles were hanging out in the back alley. They have reported the juveniles back there several times in light of recent vandalism and criminal mischief incidents in the area.

10:23 p.m. An intoxicated patron at Boomerang’s was found in an office area of the restaurant and reportedly became confrontational when employees asked him to leave. Police were called, and they arrested the patron for an out-of-county warrant. The man was charged with second-degree burglary after officers realized the office he was found in had been locked.

10:28 p.m. Juveniles were reported throwing snowballs at vehicles at Sundance Plaza. When police arrived, the juveniles were gone.


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