Summit County police blotter: Wrecked windows and real estate shoving matches
Dillon police officers responded to a trespass in progress in the Corinthian Hills neighborhood on Friday, Oct. 2. A woman had entered a condo and was confronted by the resident, leading to a pushing match.
When police arrived, they discovered the woman was a real estate broker, who had received permission form the management company to show the house. However, the resident was not informed of this. No charges were filed.
Two Breckenridge Police officers were dispatched to South Main Street to respond to a disturbance in the area around 11 p.m., Oct. 3. When one of the officers arrived to South Side Drive, he noticed a purse and coat lying in the roadway before he was flagged down by a woman who said she called the police.
She said she and her boyfriend had left a bar at La Cima Mall when she heard a male voice screaming and crying. At first, she thought it was her boyfriend, as they had gotten into a fight earlier, and followed the voice to see if it was him. She then saw her boyfriend in the opposite direction but decided to report the disturbance and followed the man to make sure he was OK.
After police spoke to both the woman and her boyfriend, they cleared their names through Summit County dispatch. Police discovered that a warrant was out for a man with the same name, date of birth and physical description of the woman’s boyfriend for failure to appear on a traffic offense in Eagle County. The man was placed under arrest and transported to the Summit County Jail.
A woman came to the Breckenridge Police Department the evening of Saturday, Oct. 3 to report damage to her windshield. The woman said she was driving southbound on Highway 9 on Friday evening when an unknown object impacted her windshield and shattered it. She said there were no cars in front of her, and the object came from an unknown location. There are no suspects at this time.
A Breckenridge Police officer saw a car parked in a delivery zone on Jefferson Avenue early Saturday morning. A man was sleeping inside, and the car was full of personal items. A large dog was sleeping in the back seat.
The man was placed under arrest after a warrant with statewide extradition came back upon checking his name. The physical description and address on his vehicle also matched the warrant.
The man was booked into the Summit County Jail, and his dog was transported to the Summit County Animal Shelter in Frisco.
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