OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF SAN MIGUEL
A LOT OF PROBLEMS: A 32-year-old man from Kayenta wrote himself down a long list of problems including DUI, driving under duress, reckless driving, not driving on one lane and driving a motor vehicle without insurance . In addition, he had a bail bond out of Montezuma County.
STORY TIME: Once upon a time there was an abandoned car in Mill Creek with fictitious license plates and no proof of insurance. Its owner has been cited. The end.
iVISIT: A man reported that his lost phone was ringing at someone’s house. The deputies helped him get it back.
QUICK: Enough to win a ticket.
RESTRICTED: Means that you must refrain from driving. Otherwise, you’ll be served a nice, freshly written ticket.
CACHE-CACHE: When two girls went missing, many deputies on and off duty mobilized to help search for them. The two small carnations were found hidden in the house.
COW GANGS: A resident of Egnar called to find out what could be done to have her neighbor’s cows break a fence and be a nuisance to her property. She did not know who owned the cows. He was given a phone number for the Mark Inspector.
BUS, DANG: A bus got stuck on Lizard Head Pass with no snowflakes in sight.
MANDATE: Following a traffic stop, a man was convicted of driving under duress and for a pending warrant.
CHECK ALL CASES: A man was arrested for driving under duress, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug accessories, illegal use of a concealed weapon and driving a vehicle unregistered and other charges.
FRAUD: MPs took a report of Internet fraud. The credit card company has been involved and is investigating the matter. A statement with specific details of the reporting party is pending and instructions for contacting the credit bureaus have been transmitted.
DOGGONE: A citizen reported the presence of dogs on a path in the area where they are prohibited.
A CASE OF YOU: A drunken man carrying a case of beer was walking down the Spur, attempting to signal a route. The activity attracted the attention of the law, who knew the man had a restraining order against possession of alcohol. He had a trick, okay. In the backseat of a police car.
UNIVERSAL: MPs were unable to respond to a report from a man standing by the side of the road in conversation with himself.
WOOL YOU LOOK AT THIS! : Members of Parliament helped free a sheep stuck in a fence.
PLEASE CLOSE THEM: A sheep farmer on Wright’s Mesa has received a warning for repeated incidents of sheep roaming free on the highway creating dangerous situations.
defamation: MPs responded to a report of a neighbor posting defamatory letters and stickers allegedly defaming a neighbor.
SHEEP DIP: Those sheep are out again. A sheep farmer received a middle finger.
SOLO: A deputy has encountered a single vehicle accident. The driver was arrested for drunk driving.
IMPLIED: A motorist arrested for reckless driving was arrested for driving while intoxicated and other charges.
HIS BRAIN WAS LIKE A TOAD: A motorist has been reported for a road rage incident.
DEPARTMENT OF MARECHAL OF TELLURIDE
BUM STEERER: Following a citizen complaint, a motorist was advised for erratic driving.
EMS ASSIST: A man lying in the gutter was taken care of by emergency medical personnel for extreme drunkenness.
LIPSTICK TO THEM: A vehicle’s windows have been marred by derogatory remarks scrawled with lipstick. The shadow was Piss Off Peach.
A DOG NIGHT: A found dog was sheltered at the police station for the night.
UNFORGIVING: Officers assisted other agencies with a vehicle rollover on Black Bear Pass.
KEEP BUSY: With many false alarms, noise complaints, 911 dialing errors almost daily.
REALLY AWAY: Officers helped emergency medical personnel with someone who had consumed too many edibles.
HE JUMPED JUST IN FRONT OF ME: Officers took a report of a light-colored vehicle that crashed into a gardener on Main Street and fled.
Assault: a person was arrested for assaulting an adult at risk (over 70 years old).
NOT A BEAR REPORT: A dumpster was dragged across the street.
PARTY CITY: There have been many reports of loud parties.
THE CUSTOMER IS OFTEN NOT RIGHT: A local business has filed a harassment report.
FREE WITHDRAWALS: The door to a local bank left open has been secured.
CRIS-LE: Two separate cases of loud public verbal arguments have been reported.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH TEST: Yelling obscenities in front of the library resulted in a subpoena for illegal conduct.
KEYS TO THE VACUUM: There were three assists locked out that day.