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February, 27 2020 | Local News

Monday, February 17          

Unlawful Sexual Contact:  Franklin Avenue, a resident reported a male, only known by his first name inappropriately touched her on the bus. Investigations notified.

Tuesday, February 18

Family Problem:  Murrlet Street, a resident reported his 14-year-old daughter and her mother are fighting. Mother and daughter were on the way home when mom asked her daughter how her day was, and her daughter was rude with her answer.  Mom reminded her that she needs to clean her room when they arrived home and daughter “went off” on mom, before pulling the door handle, as if to attempt to get out of the vehicle while it was moving. Never a good way to get out of cleaning your room.

Wednesday, February 19

Possession of Fake ID:  Second Street, a fake ID was passed at a dispensary.

Family Problems:  Bowen Lane. A man moved out of this address three weeks ago.  He is in the middle of a separation from his wife who changed the locks at the house.  Today she sent a message that he needs to get the rest of his stuff out of the house. A quandary indeed.

Thursday, February 20

Violation of a Protection Order:  Turner Avenue, a 49-year-old man has been violating a protection order by messaging the protected party. He also has an additional warrant for his arrest. Someone is on a roll.

Vehicle Crash /Property Damage:  U.S. Highway 287 and Mountain Avenue, a Loveland woman was stopped at a green light, waiting to make a left turn from U.S. Highway 287 onto Mountain Avenue in Berthoud.  She needed to yield to oncoming traffic while making the left turn, when she observed a gap in northbound traffic and began making the left turn. As she turned, another vehicle was traveling northbound through a green light and crashed.

Friday, February 21

Fraud – Attempted:  Bunyan Avenue, a resident was notified by his bank that someone may have hacked their email and tried to get customers to reroute payment to another place fraudulently.

Theft (Porch Pirate): Wales Drive, a resident reported someone stole $700 worth of supplements from her porch. A neighbor found her stolen goods in their trash. The resident had doorbell-camera footage of a possible suspect vehicle. The neighbor returned the stolen supplements. Suspect vehicle is an older, green Honda Civic. It seems porch pirates aren’t particularly health conscious.

Saturday, February 22

DUI / Defective Plate Lamps:  Ninth Street and Mountain Avenue, a 41-year-old Frederick woman was stopped for a traffic violation.  She was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. Booked.

Detox Hold:  Second Street, a 22-year-old woman was transported to the hospital on a Detox hold.  

Suspicious Circumstances: Turner Avenue, a resident reported things that have happened in the last two weeks and a message she received a week ago from a woman referencing someone being infatuated with her.

Juvenile Problem / Criminal Mischief:  Welch Avenue and Second Street, kids riding on bicycles threw a rock at a car resulting in a small chip on the door. They were boys, two teenagers and three between 10 to 12 years old.  Contacted the parents of two of the juveniles. The other kids were told to have parents contact deputies once they were home. All the kids were cooperative and understood their wrongdoing. The resident declined charges as the damage was very minimal. Who knew Berthoud has its very own Earnest T. Bass.

Sunday, February 23

Suspicious Circumstances:  Eight Street, a resident noticed when she was out for a walk that the front door to this address was open, animals were going in & out. Checked with the homeowners and everything was OK.  The son admitted to opening the doors sometime overnight. no items missing, animals are accounted for. Shut the door, we aren’t heating the front yard.

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