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Windsor Law & Order for July 6

EARLY MORNING

ROAD RAGE

CAUSES CONCERN:

At 6:34 a.m. June 25, police contacted a man who wanted to report a road-rage type incident in the 1400 block of Main Street. The man told police that he pulled out of the King Soopers parking lot and began traveling eastbound on Main Street when a man with a beard and mustache began tailgating him in a white Chevrolet 2500 with green barbwire emblems on the vehicle and grill. The reporting party turned into the parking lot at McDonald’s and was followed by the other driver, who squealed his tires. The reporting party said he asked the other driver to calm down. The other driver then squealed his tires and almost hit the vehicle of the reporting party. The reporting party was unable to get a license plate, and police were not able to locate the driver.

SINK DRAINS UNSCREWED AT FIRE MUSEUM:

At 9:12 a.m. June 25, police were called to the fire museum in downtown Windsor regarding two sink drains that were unscrewed and both covers off the drains. It will cost about $25 to fix the drain pipes. Police planned to contact someone with the town to try and obtain the proper surveillance footage.

Staff reports


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