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Tuesday, Oct. 12 — Idaho Springs police took reports of two city vehicles being damaged in the 900 block of County Road 314. Suspects cut locks on the city’s lot to access the vehicles and then …
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Tuesday, Oct. 12 — Idaho Springs police took reports of two city vehicles being damaged in the 900 block of County Road 314. Suspects cut locks on the city’s lot to access the vehicles and then stole their catalytic converters. ISPD has no leads on the suspects.
Tuesday, Oct. 12 — Georgetown police responded to a homeless individual sleeping in the Post Office. The individual was offered resources but refused. Police told the individual that any future entry to the Post Office would constitute trespassing.
Wednesday, Oct. 13 — An Idaho Springs officer responded to the 1500 block of Colorado Boulevard for an assault. One person was arrested on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.
Wednesday, Oct. 13 — An Idaho Springs officer took reports of catalytic converters being cut off the school district’s plow truck in the 1100 block of Idaho Street. ISPD has no leads on the suspects.
Friday, Oct. 15 — Idaho Springs officers took reports of damaged property in the 1300 block of Idaho Street. A male suspect was seen on video damaging property, and officers identified the man and cited him for criminal mischief.
Saturday, Oct. 16 — Georgetown police responded to a verbal disturbance between a motorist and a bicyclist. Police mediated the situation, and no charges were filed.
Sunday, Oct. 17 — While patrolling the 2300 block of Colorado Boulevard, an Idaho Springs officer reportedly observed a vehicle parked on the sidewalk. The driver was reportedly intoxicated and was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
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