WIFE RUNS OVER HUSBAND’S FOOT, BUT ALL OK
At 6:22 p.m. Feb. 12, police were called to a disturbance at the 5000 block of Gulfstar Drive regarding a man who said his wife had run over his foot. The man said his wife had left with their son to go to a parent-teacher conference. He said he was arguing with his wife in the driveway, and she accidentally ran over his foot. He told police that he was sure she didn’t know she ran over it. He said they were arguing about his wife taking their son to the conference. The man said there was no physical fighting and that he didn’t need an ambulance to respond.
NO ROOM AT THE INN: At 1:04 p.m. Feb. 7, police were called to the AmericInn, 7645 Westgate Drive., on a report of a disturbance. A 50-year-old guest from Aurora at the front desk of the hotel was upset over having to change rooms. Police met with the hotel’s general manager and she said when the man came to the front desk to extend his stay, the general manager told him that he would have to change rooms because the room he was staying in had been reserved. The man became upset and started yelling at the hotel staff. Police contacted the man as he was carrying his items to his car and told him that the hotel staff wanted him to leave. He told police that the hotel had no right to ask him to leave, and police told him the hotel has the right to refuse service to anyone. Police told the man at least six times that he needed to leave, and he continued to argue with them. The man eventually left the hotel.
NO iPHONE 5 IN BOX: At 1:33 p.m. Feb. 12, police were called to the police station lobby to talk to a woman about a delivered iPhone 5 that was missing from the box. The woman told police that the iPhone 5 was supposed to be delivered from Verizon Wireless by FedEx. The package was delivered by FedEx and signed by the woman’s mother. When the woman saw the box, she noticed that the tape on the bottom of the box appeared to be tampered with. When she opened the box, she found no phone. She told police that she had no success in finding a resolution with FedEx or Verizon. Police told her that they could write up a lost property report, but that they didn’t have enough evidence to show that it was a theft. The package was shipped from Memphis, Tenn., to Windsor via Denver and Greeley. The iPhone 5 was valued at $350.