Windsor Law & Order for June 29
June 28, 2014
ARGUMENT OVER SPORTS TURNS INTO POLICE CALL
At 11:18 p.m. June 12, police were called to the 100 block of Calabria Drive regarding a loud party that may have turned into a disturbance. When police arrived, several people were outside the residence and police spoke to a man and a woman who were arguing as to whether soccer or baseball was the better sport. Both told police they were yelling, but that nothing was physical. Police advised them to quiet down because it was late, and they both agreed.
SMALL HERD OF CATTLE LOOSE IN SUBDIVISION: At 6:10 a.m. June 18, police were called to the 1000 block of Montana Court in the Ventana subdivision regarding a herd of cattle on a resident's yard. The resident said he wasn't sure where the cattle belonged, but they appeared to be a bull, four females and four younger cows and were moving north along Colo. 257. They crossed the road and continued northwest to Weld Road 72. A resident on Weld Road 72 told police the cattle could be stored in with his cattle on his property. The residents assisted police in corralling the herd into the field. Police contacted the brand inspectors who were going to inspect the brand to determine the owner of the cows.
ITEMS REMOVED FROM VEHICLE AND PLACED IN GRILL OF ANOTHER VEHICLE: At 9:36 a.m. June 18, police were called to the 400 block of 7th Street regarding someone entering the reporting party's unlocked car and removing a set of earrings from the center console. The earrings were found clipped to a piece of foam with a pocketknife stuck in it. The items were all found stuffed in the grill of her and her husband's Jeep that was also parked at the residence. The wife said she didn't know where the knife or foam came from, and said that she has not had any problems with anyone and didn't think the incident was targeting her or her husband.