Summit County Police Blotter: Trail sign stolen at Breck resort
Ryan Summerlin August 27, 2012
Editor’s note: The police blotter is written from incident reports provided by local police departments and the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. All individuals named are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
SCSO: Man denies trying to run over girl
A man was cited for reckless endangerment after he reportedly tried to hit a woman with whom he’d had a relationship and another man .
The suspect reportedly told officers he was very drunk at the time of the incident and was trying to leave the area, not run over anyone, according to a report from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
The report indicates the man admits to driving drunk to the woman’s residence to continue an argument they had been having earlier in the evening.
He admitted to throwing a rock at her window to get her attention, then said the man in the residence confronted him and threatened violence, according to the report.
The suspect told authorities he did not want to get into a fight and was attempting to leave the area in his car and passed both the man and the woman at a wide distance, according to the report.
Windows broken at Riverwalk Center
Two windows were broken on the glass garage doors on the north side of the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge Aug. 16, according to a report from the Breckenridge Police Department.
The employee who noted the damage said the windows had not been broken when he closed the doors the previous night at 9.
The glass had spiderweb cracks but was still intact, according to the report.
There was an estimated $600 in damage.
The building is not equipped with outside security cameras.
BPD: Trail map stolen from BSR
A trail map was reported stolen from the Quicksilver Super6 chair at Breckenridge Ski Resort the evening of Aug. 16, according to a Breckenridge police report.
Resort employees noticed the sign was missing but didn’t know how long it had been gone, according to the report.
Security footage going back one week did not show anyone stealing the sign.
The 5-foot-by-3.5-foot wooden map was valued at $400.
BPD: Man ‘coldcocks’ stranger at Breck bar
A man admitted to punching a stranger as they were leaving a bar in Breckenridge Aug. 17, according to a report from the police department.
A bar bouncer had the man in a headlock when police arrived on the scene. The victim was on the ground. He later told officers he’d been knocked out by the hit and was in pain.
The man who threw the punch admitted to hitting the stranger, but appeared to be intoxicated and did not give a reason for the incident, according to the report.
He was charged with assault.