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Summit County police blotter: tackling bartenders, trailer theft and a trashed Toyota

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August 2

• A suspect tackled an employee at a bar on Main Street in Breckenridge and subsequently fled. The suspect was arrested for disorderly conduct.

• Breckenridge police responded to an intoxication case with reports of a person passed out next to the river. The suspect was taken into protective custody.

• A 2012 H&H trailer was stolen from Breckenridge’s Satellite lot between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on August 2. It was a white, double-axle, V-nose trailer with white wheels and a diamond plate rock guard, license plate number 48X3449/NE. The trailer was value at $5,500 with numerous items inside. Contact the Breckenridge Police Department at 970-453-2941 with any information.

August 1

• A freezer lock was broken at a business on Main Street in Breckenridge. No suspects have been identified.

July 31

• A suspect took a bike, trying to flee from Breckenridge police. The person was caught and arrested.

July 30

• A blue Jeep Grand Cherokee hit a white Toyota 4Runner and drove away westbound on Ski Hill Road toward Peaks 7 and 8.

• Police received reports of shots with no location. The case was cleared.

July 25

• In unincorporated Summit County, Summit County sheriff’s deputies and Dillon, Silverthorne and Frisco police responded to reports of a man with a gun chasing a woman. Officers arrived on the scene and were able to detain the man, who was in his car.


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