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Monday, Sept. 27 — Idaho Springs officers responded to the 1600 block of Colorado Boulevard on reports of an infant in the street. Officers arrived and found the infant with a passerby who had …
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Monday, Sept. 27 — Idaho Springs officers responded to the 1600 block of Colorado Boulevard on reports of an infant in the street. Officers arrived and found the infant with a passerby who had prevented the infant from going into traffic. ISPD located the parents, returned the infant safely, and cited both parents for child neglect.
Tuesday, Sept. 28 — Idaho Springs officers responded to the 2400 block of Miner Street for reports of a road rage incident. They found one of the vehicles involved keyed on both sides. They checked the surveillance videos but were unable to identify the suspects.
Friday, Oct. 1 — An Idaho Springs officer responded to the 1400 block of Miner Street for a report of a disgruntled employee refusing to leave the establishment. The officer was able to diffuse the situation between employees, and a man was escorted off the property.
Saturday, Oct. 2 — Colorado State Patrol investigated an rollover accident along Interstate 70, with local agencies assisting. The two occupants reportedly ran from the scene, and officers later determined the car was stolen and there were other illegal items inside. The female occupant was located and arrested for multiple felony warrants.
Saturday, Oct. 2 — Idaho Springs officers responded to the eastbound Interstate 70 near mile marker 241 for multiple motorcycle accidents. The highway had recently been grooved for future paving, making lane changes unsafe motorcycles. This caused the drivers to lose control of their bikes. ISPD officers notified the Colorado Department of Transportation of the hazard.
Sunday, Oct. 3 — An Idaho Springs officer responded to a disturbance at a business in the 2600 block of Colorado Boulevard. By the time the officer arrived, one man had already left the property. An employee reported the man was upset and yelling at her about money he was owed. ISPD is attempting to locate and serve the man a trespass notice.
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