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SAN MIGUEL SHERIFF’S OFFICE

JUNE 27

UBER OFFICER: A deputy drove a hitchhiker to the county line.

GET OFF MY LAWN: A landlord gave intruding mountain bikers a thumbs up.

WHAT A BIT: An Apple Watch with a gold strap lost in Crystal Lake near Ophir is now at the cop shop.

GOLD MEDAL SLALOM: A motorist zigzagging down the freeway was cited for bogus plates, no insurance and no registration.

JUNE 28

TUNNEL IN: A sleepy man in the tunnel under Highway 145 at Society Turn had a rude awakening.

ARREST WARRANT: A man arrested for failing to appear was also intoxicated and therefore in violation of a liquor prohibition order.

JUNE 29

GANKED: Two bicycles and a suitcase full of clothes were stolen in the Ames area.

JUNE 29

JUST OUT FOR A HOLLER: A man was reported screaming in the Fitz Subdivision of Norwood, but the reporting party did not believe he was in distress or in need of assistance.

JUNE 30TH

IMAGINE: A woman with dogs called to complain about another woman who confronted her about having dogs in Lawson Hill, a subdivision that prohibits dogs.

JULY, 1ST

THE GRASS IS REALLY GREENER: A cow was happily munching on grass outside the pasture she had managed to escape from. He was restored to his life of captivity.

DRONE ALONE: A drone lost in Ophir is currently in the town hall of Ophir.

JULY 2ND

HIGH COUNTRY A-HOLE: An aggressive driver on Bridal Veil Road received a citation for reckless driving.

TELLURIDE MARSHAL’S DEPARTMENT

JUNE 30TH

DID YOU LOOK ON HER NIGHT STAND: Officers took a report of a lost necklace.

FUN POLICE: Neighbors thought the music was too loud at a house party.

TOO MUCH: Officers assisted emergency medical personnel with an overly drunk subject.

JULY, 1ST

NOT THE USUAL SUSPECTS: A noise complaint has been received in connection with an ongoing dispute with neighbours.

JULY 2ND

DOWNTOWN LIVING: A noise complaint outside a local watering hole was resolved by the time officers arrived.

DISORDER: A disorderly subject was arrested and presumably became more orderly in prison.

JULY 3

EMS ASSIST: agents lent a hand to a disoriented person.

GLAD TO BE STRAY: A stray dog ​​has been returned to its owner.

DENY HOUSE: A house party has been closed.

4TH JULY

WHO BITES: One animal bite has been reported.

RESOLUTION: A noisy argument was resolved by the time officers arrived.

THE USUAL SUSPECTS: Life in the commercial core does not meet some expectations of a downtown resident for vibrant activities, entertainment events and people generally having a good time. So. The local Gendarmerie returned, yet again, to an address they knew to deal with a serious case of twisted panties, faulty reasoning and confusion over the difference between city life and, say, life in a more pastoral. Although the elk are bellowing, there could be a problem.

NOTHING SAY AMERICA: Like blowing things up. Fireworks, individual freedoms, environmental protection. ‘Murica.

A PLACE FOR YOUR STUFF: There is a wallet and a purse at the police store.

JULY THE 5TH

CAMP NOT, SQUIRE: Car camper was educated and moved.

DON’T SLEEP HERE, TRAVELER: A vagrant has been told he can’t sleep on public property.

JULY 6

A FRIEND, REALLY: An overintoxicated individual was released into the care of a sober friend.

ASSAULT: Officers arrested a subject for assault.

JULY 7

BUSHED: Officers checked an individual napping in the bushes.

THIS IS YOUR STOP: An intoxicated subject has been expelled from the gondola. We hope it was at a gondola station, or at least not too far from the ground.

RELEASED: A lost dog has been found.

JULY 8

PIPING DOWN NOW: Following a disturbing call, an individual agreed to use his inner voice.

GRAB THIS BUTTON: And push it down. A venue agreed to refuse the music following a complaint.

DISORDER: A subject was arrested for disorderly conduct and obstruction of transportation following a gondola crash.

JULY 9TH

CARPET NOT WELCOME: The vagabonds were packing their bags when officers arrived.

IT’S ALL OK: An alarm at a local marijuana dispensary was unfounded.

DOOMMATES: The arguing roommates have been separated for the night.

JULY 10

BEAR WITH ME: Much like an RV, a bear has been encouraged to be somewhere else, which in this case is the woods.

11 JULY

CHOW DOWN: Burnt food has triggered a fire alarm.

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