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The Record for Sept. 4, 2010

Saturday, Sept. 4

1:37 a.m. A Steamboat Springs Police Department traffic stop led to an arrest at the eastbound Mount Werner off-ramp at U.S. Highway 40. A 37-year-old Cambridge, Mass., man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, DUI per se and stopping in a crosswalk.

2:59 a.m. Police were called to an animal complaint in the 300 block of Little Moon Trail for a barking dog. No one answered the door, so police left a warning.

4:31 a.m. Police were called to a burglary alarm in the 2000 block of Pine Grove Road. It was a false alarm.



7:24 a.m. Police were called to an animal complaint on Blue Sage Drive for a barking dog. Animal control couldn’t find the dog.

8:31 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to an animal complaint in Steamboat Springs.



8:49 a.m. Police were called to a wreck in the 400 block of Emerald Court. The incident had taken place the night before when a person backed a car into someone’s yard. Police cited the person for leaving the scene of an accident, failure to report and careless driving.

9:07 a.m. Deputies were called to reports of vandalism on Routt County Road 61.

9:09 a.m. Deputies were called to reports of trespassing in the 13000 block of Routt County Road 7.

9:44 a.m. Police made a warrant arrest at the Mainstreet Farmers Market on Sixth Street. A 21-year-old Steamboat man was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault and harassment.

11:54 a.m. Police were called to a two-vehicle, noninjury wreck in the first block of Eighth Street.

12:32 p.m. Deputies were called to a vehicle complaint on Forest Service Road 410.

12:39 p.m. Police were called to a burglary alarm in the 1800 block of Lincoln Avenue. It was set off by employee error, and everything was fine.

2:35 p.m. Deputies were called to a burglary alarm in the 29000 block of Monson Trail.

3:22 p.m. Hayden Police Department officers were called to a noise complaint in the 100 block of South Fifth Street. They issued a warning.

3:38 p.m. Deputies were called to an animal complaint in the 32000 block of Routt County Road 20.

4:12 p.m. Steamboat police were called to a juvenile situation in Steamboat. Children were throwing crab apples into the road. Police gave them a spoken warning.

5:18 p.m. Deputies were called to a vehicle complaint at mile marker 55 of Colorado Highway 131.

8:02 p.m. Deputies were called to an animal complaint at mile marker 124 on U.S. Highway 40.

8:49 p.m. Police were called to an animal complaint in at Village Drive and Après Ski Way. They issued a warning.

8:51 p.m. Police were called to a suspicious incident in the 800 block of Oak Street. It was a person taking trash out, and everything was fine.

9:27 p.m. Police were called to a vehicle complaint in the 1000 block of Central Park Drive. A car alarm had gone off, but everything was fine.

9:32 p.m. Deputies were called to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the 40000 block of Anchor Way.

9:41 p.m. Deputies were called to reports of animal bites at Steamboat Lake. No more information was available.

10:30 p.m. A traffic stop at Lincoln Avenue and Ninth Street resulted in an arrest. Police arrested a 22-year-old Steamboat man on suspicion of driving under the influence, failure to display lights, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

11:19 p.m. Police made an arrest after a traffic stop at Mount Werner and Pine Grove roads. A 46-year-old Evergreen man was arrested on suspicion of driving under revocation, driving under the influence and speeding.

11:50 p.m. Police were called to reports of a disturbance in the 1000 block of Central Park Drive. Police said it was a juvenile domestic situation in which a female had apparently kicked the windshield out of her boyfriend’s car.


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