Wildland fire west of town: The Record for Saturday, Nov. 20
Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021
1:42 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called about a hit and run collision on the corner of Eighth and Yampa streets.
10:43 a.m. Steamboat police received a call about an animal bite on the 100 block of Hanover Street.
11:31 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue personnel responded to the report of a wildland fire near the mile marker 125 of U.S. Highway 40 between Steamboat and Milner.
2:09 p.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called with a report of threats being made on the 31000 block of Red Stag Lane near Steamboat.
5:11 p.m. Steamboat officers were called about a drunk pedestrian in the 1400 block of Morgan Court.
5:42 p.m. Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident near the corner of Seventh Street and Lincoln Avenue.
9:12 p.m. Both Sheriff’s deputies and Steamboat officers responded to a vehicle crash near the corner of South Lincoln Avenue and Anglers Drive. There were no injuries reported.
Total incidents: 41
• Steamboat officers responded to 21 cases including calls for service and officer initiated incidents such as traffic stops.
• Sheriff’s deputies responded to 10 cases including calls for service and officer initiated incidents such as traffic stops.
• Steamboat firefighters responded to seven calls for service.
• West Routt Fire Protection District firefighters responded to two calls for service.
• Oak Creek Fire Protection District firefighters responded to one call for service.
The Record offers a glimpse of police activity and is not a comprehensive report of all police activity. Calls such as domestic violence, sexual assaults and juvenile situations typically do not appear in The Record.
To reach Dylan Anderson, call 970-871-4247 or email danderson@SteamboatPilot.com.
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