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Police blotter: Bike thief nabbed

Daily News staff report

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.

Breckenridge police caught a man accused of stealing two bicycles from Breckenridge residents after one of the owners found his missing property up for sale on Craigslist.

Both bikes were stolen off the front porches of private residences in Breckenridge May 20.

One was valued at $1,500, the other at $5,000.

The day after the theft one of the owners found his bike up for sale on Craigslist and contacted the seller by email.

The serial number on that bike and another bike found in the suspects possession matched those of the bikes that had been stolen from Breckenridge, according to a report from the Breckenridge Police Department.

The suspect later admitted to taking the bikes.

He may face felony charges.

Residents of a unit in Breckenridge told police they believed two unidentified men threw a brick through their dining-room window May 19 after they told them they could not come to a party going on inside the unit.

The residents of the unit were also involved in an unspecified knife incident with the same two males the following Saturday, May 23, according to a Breckenridge police report.

A man was arrested for trespassing in Breckenridge May 19 after he allegedly returned to a bar he had been kicked out of earlier in the evening.

Employees of the bar told the man he had to leave, saying he was intoxicated and acting inappropriately, according to a report from the Breck police department.

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