HUMAN SUBWAY SANDWICH PELTED BY SNOWBALLS
At 12:Text ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Solid$ID/NothingText ColorText Color$ID/NothingText ColorText Color27 p.m. March 2, police were called to the Colo. 392 area and Westgate Drive on a report that a group of juveniles were throwing snowballs at a Subway employee who was dressed up like a sandwich advertising the sandwich shop oText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/SolidText ColorSwatch/NoneStrokeStyle/$ID/Solid$ID/NothingText ColorText Color$ID/NothingText ColorText Colorn the side of the road. Police went to the area and couldn’t locate anyone. Police checked with staff at the Subway, and they said they had no employee in costume. Police then went to the Subway at 15th and Main streets and met with a man dressed up like a sandwich, and he said he wasn’t aware of anyone throwing snowballs at him. Police then went to the third Subway in town at Water Valley Parkway and Eastman Park Drive, and police located another man dressed up in a sandwich costume, and he confirmed that kids were throwing snowballs at him. The human sandwich told police that he didn’t know who the kids were, and that he told the kids to stop and they did. He said that he did not want to proceed with any further involvement by the police.
IS THAT A JOINT YOU’RE ROLLING?: At 11:48 a.m. Feb. 28, police were called to the parking lot south of McDonald’s at 1061 Main St. called the “island” regarding a possible narcotics violation. The reporting party told police that he thought five to 10 juveniles were smoking marijuana in the area. He said he saw a male rolling either a cigarette or marijuana joint, and another male watching every car that drove past. Police checked the, area and the juveniles in the area were holding a cigarette.
RACCOON IN WINDOW WELL: At 7:07 p.m. March 1, police were called on an animal assist at the 1900 block of Rivers Edge Drive regarding a raccoon in a woman’s window well. Police arrived at the home and found a raccoon curled up in the window well either sleeping or playing dead because the woman’s dog was standing upright against the window looking at the raccoon. The woman’s husband borrowed a 6x4 plank and placed it in the window well. Police advised the woman to take her dog from the room with the window and shut off the lights so the raccoon would feel safe trying to leave the window well. Police told the woman that a message would be sent to the WPD code enforcement to check back with them in the morning to see if the raccoon had left the window well.
CAN’T A MAN CHECK OUT HIS TO-DO LIST WITHOUT LOOKING SUSPICIOUS?: At 2:25 p.m. March 1, police were called to the area north of King Soopers on a suspicious person in a vehicle. Police contacted a 49-year man in his vehicle who said he had just dropped his wife off, and he was going over his list of things to do. The man had a list written on a pink piece of paper. Police did not observe anything out of the ordinary in the vehicle.
HOUSE GIVING OFF BAD FEELING: At 12:16 a.m. March 2, police were called to the 100 block of Locust Street to check out the residence before the woman entered. The woman told police that she didn’t feel right about the house before entering. She told police that she didn’t have a specific reason for her feelings about the house other than she had a new date the night before, and that she had been talking to friends about it before she returned home. Police asked the woman if the date didn’t go well, and she said there wasn’t a problem with the man, but she was concerned and didn’t feel right when she got home. Police checked the house and found nothing unusual.