Monday, Jan. 22
Warrant arrest/possession of drug paraphernalia/violation of a protection order: S. First Street, a 36-year-old Greeley man was arrested on the warrant as well as the above charges.
Tuesday, Jan. 23
Fictitious plates/no proof of insurance: E. Highway 56 / Pyramid Peak Street, a 37-year-old Lakewood man was contacted for a traffic infraction. His temporary tag was fictitious and was seized and his vehicle towed.
Theft: Mount Massive Street, a resident reported unknown suspect(s) stole milk from her porch. I’m thinking a cat burglar.
Wednesday, Jan. 24
Fictitious plates: E. County Road (CR) 8 / Pyramid Peak Street, a 59-year-old Johnstown man was contacted for fictitious plates. Plates were seized.
Thursday, Jan. 25
Assault: Second Street, while serving civil papers on a Berthoud resident, he decided to report an assault from Jan. 13, 2018. He said he was punched several times in the head by his step-daughter’s boyfriend.
Friday, Jan. 26
Harassment/child abuse: Berthoud High School (BHS), a 15-year-old girl skipped eighth-period class and missed the bus. Mom picked her up and, as they walked out to the car, on video it appears mom attacked the girl, possibly punching and kicking her.
Missing child: Jefferson and 10th Street, a 15-year-old juvenile was reported missing in Johnstown. Berthoud deputy found the juvenile at the BHS football field and was returned home. Even the Rough Riders want to be a Spartan.
Saturday, Jan. 27
Vehicle theft/vehicle trespass: Megan Way, a resident had his work truck stolen from his residence. Doors unlocked and keys inside on seat. On Star tracked vehicle to a location in Longmont. Longmont PD located the truck and took four people who were in the vehicle into custody.
Vehicle trespass: Megan Way, a resident had his unlocked vehicle entered. Nothing appears to be stolen and is likely related to the above call. What’s the magic word here? Unlocked!
Sunday, Jan. 28
Vehicle crash/hit and run: Seventh Street, a resident reported she discovered her vehicle had damage done to it sometime during the night. By the damage it appears to be a higher-profile vehicle.
Disturbance: Oystercatcher, husband and wife got into an argument after an ex-girlfriend texted the husband.
Code enforcement: Animal problems – 9, Parking problems – 5, Other ordinance problems – 20
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