Summit County police blotter |

Summit County police blotter

Daily News staff reports

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 here are innocent until proven guilty.

Reports from Dillon and Silverthorne were not immediately available.

Las Vegas theft suspect nabbed in Summit County

Shelly L. Hays, 41, wanted on six counts of felony theft out of Las Vegas, was arrested in Summit County last week after she was brought to the Summit Medical Center.

Deputies break up party at Keystone

Authorities ended a party with more than 50 people at an employee-housing unit at Keystone last week. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office cited the resident of the unit with disorderly conduct and cleared the party out after several noise complaints were ignored.

Gun pulled in Summit Cove

One man reportedly pulled a gun on another at a Summit Cove bus stop last week after an argument grew heated.

Jordan Patterson allegedly pointed a gun at Rene Alfaro-Clavel when the two met, along with Alfar-Clavel’s ex-girlfriend, to exchange personal belongings.

No shots were fired, no one was injured and Patterson was charged with felony menacing.

Man charged with assault after a bar fight

Kurt Grotewold was charged with assault this week after he punched an unidentified victim during a bar fight in Breckenridge.

Man busted for pass fraud at Breckenridge

Ian Kennedy, 20, was cited for unlawful use of skiing facilities this week after he tried to use a pass that had been left on the floor of the condo where he was staying.

Man admits to using friend’s pass at Breckenridge

Adam Yarbrough was cited for unlawful use of skiing facilities this week after he was stopped by a ticket scanner at Breckenridge Ski Resort and couldn’t provide a date of birth that matched the pass he was using. He later admitted to authorities the pass belonged to someone else.

Woman tossed out of bar claims assault

A 27-year-old woman who was kicked out of a bar in Frisco this week claimed she was assaulted. Frisco officers arrived to find woman sitting outside the bar next to a broken pot. She told officers she’d been involved in an argument with a woman inside the bar and had been asked to leave. She said she was later thrown out the front door and, as she left, bumped into the pot, breaking it.

Employees at the bar said the woman had grabbed an employee’s hair after she asked her to leave the bar and had been escorted out.

(This story has been changed to omit the name of the woman cited in this incident since no charges were filed against her).

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