Windsor Law & Order for Nov. 25
November 30, 2012
SHOW ME THE MONEY!
At 8:01 a.m. Nov. 15, police were called regarding a verbal disturbance outside of Chase Bank. Dispatch advised police the disturbance was between a male and female, and it could escalate. When police arrived, the woman told police they were arguing over money. She told police that the man was going to give her a check for the money he owed her. She said they were talking loud, but weren’t arguing. She said there was no physical contact. The man told police that he wanted the woman to leave him alone the rest of the day. He told police that he would pay the woman the money he owed her as soon as the bank opened. A short time later, police were called back to the bank regarding another verbal disturbance between the man and woman. Both parties told police that nothing happened, but police warned them that if they have to come back to the bank a third time, they would be arrested for disorderly conduct.
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BIKES ARE FOR RIDING: At 11:25 a.m. Oct. 10, police were called to the area of River West Drive and Weld County Road 13 regarding found property. The reporting party advised dispatch that she observed a young teen throwing a bike down by the pond at the intersection. Police located a BMX-style bicycle next to the pond at the northwest corner of the intersection. Police had dispatch run a check on the serial number, but it came back with no record found. The reporting party told police that she saw a male, between ages 17 to 19, throw the bicycle down toward the pond and start walking west on River West Drive. She said the male was wearing a red knit cap and black jacket. She said her husband yelled out to the male, but he kept walking. Police took the bicycle back to the police station, and it was tagged and placed in the bicycle impound area.
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UNWANTED VISITORS: At 9:55 p.m. Nov. 15, police were called to the 6800 block of Larimer County Road 5 regarding a suspicious person. A woman told police that she could hear another woman talking outside her bedroom window. Police searched the area and outbuildings at the location, but they didn’t locate anything suspicious or see anything damaged. The woman told police that several weeks ago a homeless man attempted to open her front door thinking that the location was vacant. The woman told police she locked the door before he could open it, and told him to leave. She called the police, but the man was not located. She said this time she thought another homeless person may have wanted to enter her home for shelter.
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STEALING IN WINDSOR: At 12:20 p.m. Nov. 17, police were called to the Christmas in Windsor craft show at the Windsor Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St., regarding possible shoplifting. One of the vendors, whose booth was stocked with various jewelry items including a table with more than 100 polished stones with a key ring type of mountings, said a woman in her mid-50s with a thin build and short gray hair left with three of the vendor’s jewelry pieces valued at $25 each. Police did not locate the woman.