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Quiet holiday for law enforcement

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By Ian Neligh

The long Fourth of July weekend was uneventful for local law enforcement agencies in Clear Creek County.
Officials at both the Clear Creek Sheriff’s Office and the Idaho Springs Police Department say calls were typical.
“We still had our normal fireworks going off here and there, but nothing really major,” Sheriff Rick Albers said. “No injured people, (or) search and rescues. So knock on wood, but it was kind of a non-event.”
Over the weekend, there were a couple DUI arrests but nothing unusual for a holiday weekend, he said.


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