Windsor Law and Order
March 30, 2013
TOILET PAPER IN TREES AND FORKS IN YARD
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TEEN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL AFTER CAR HITS HER: At 12:30 p.m. March 20, police were called to a traffic crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian in the area of 11th and Ash streets. Police found a 16-year-old girl from Windsor on the ground who said she had pain in her hip and elbow. The driver of the vehicle was an 81-year-old woman from Windsor. Witnesses said the woman was driving a van, and it collided with the teen in the crosswalk. The driver said she didn't see the teen in the crosswalk, and was driving about 20 mph. The teen was transported by ambulance to North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. The driver was issued a citation for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk.
WOMEN HAS CAR SPRAY PAINTED: At 6:07 p.m. March 25, police were called to the 500 block of Spruce Mountain Court regarding a criminal mischief complaint. A woman told police that her vehicle had been parked in the driveway of her parent's residence for some time while she is getting enough money to make repairs on it. The woman noticed the front grill and the headlight area had been spray-painted. Someone used white spray paint on the front grill, GMC emblem and right headlight lens. Police said no other cars in the driveway or neighborhood appeared to have been damaged. The woman didn't believe that the suspects targeted her or anyone in her family, and she said she has no issues with anyone.