NOTHING LIKE A GPS APPLICATION
At 7:26 p.m. Dec. 26, police contacted a Windsor man regarding a lost iPhone. He told police that he may have left it in his car and possibly lost it at Schrader’s West Country store. He told police that he had a GPS application that showed the phone at an address in Fort Collins. The man ended up recovering the phone the next night in Fort Collins.
NOT SANTA’S FOOTSTEPS: At 11:46 p.m. Dec. 31, police were called to the 600 block of Chestnut Street regarding a suspicious circumstance. A woman told police that she heard someone walking on the roof above her apartment. She said someone was flashing a flashlight into her apartment and may have been standing on her balcony. The woman said she didn’t actually see someone, but she believed there was someone on her roof and balcony because of noises she heard and lights she saw. Police checked the area and didn’t see anything suspicious.
FIGHTING IN THE NEW YEAR: At 4:21 a.m. Jan. 1, police were called to the 1200 block of Walnut Street for a disturbance. A woman and her sister-in-law agreed to fight each other. The police report said the two women were celebrating the New Year and started arguing about past family problems, and both agreed to fight in the living room area. The one woman involved in the fight said the two fought for about 30 minutes, and she didn’t want the police called. The woman had swelling and bruising covering most of her face, and was intoxicated, while the other woman left before police arrived. Police said it appeared that the fight was mutual combat, and no one wanted to press charges.