Summit County police blotter: Stolen duck statues, tethered dogs and carpet drops
• Breckenridge police responded to a criminal mischief call after they were notified that a statue of a duck for the town’s Duck Race had been moved. It appeared the statue was moved from the west side of the building, down a flight of stairs and dragged across the cement to the north lawn.
• An individual was arrested for sleeping on the couch in the lobby of a business on French Street in Breckenridge. The repeat offender received a summons.
• Breckenridge police responded to reports of two dogs at-large. The owners received summons for repeat offenses.
• Police found a dog tethered to a tree. The dog was taken to the shelter, and the owner received a summons for a repeated offense.
• A 13½-inch Rawlings baseball glove was turned into police after it was found at the intersection of Highway 9 and Boreas Pass in Breckenridge.
• A bag with marijuana paraphernalia was turned into Breckenridge police.
• Missing items, including a red sheet, a winter jacket, a pair of snow pants, two beanies, one headband and two Keystone baseball hats were turned into the police.
• A Breckenridge homeowner called police after a few rolls of carpet were dumped in front of his house. No suspect was found.
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