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OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF OF SAN MIGUEL

SEVEN. 20

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.

SEVEN. 22

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.

SEVEN. 23

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.

SEVEN. 24

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.

SEVEN. 25

BUS, DANG: A bus got stuck on Lizard Head Pass with no snowflakes in sight.

SEVEN. 27

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.

SEVEN. 28

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.

SEVEN. 29

UNIVERSAL: MPs were unable to respond to a report from a man standing by the side of the road in conversation with himself.

SEVEN. 30

WOOL YOU LOOK AT THIS! : Members of Parliament helped free a sheep stuck in a fence.

OCT. 1

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.

OCT. 2

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.

OCT. 3

HIS BRAIN WAS LIKE A TOAD: A motorist has been reported for a road rage incident.

DEPARTMENT OF MARECHAL OF TELLURIDE

SEVEN. 22

BUM STEERER: Following a citizen complaint, a motorist was advised for erratic driving.

SEVEN. 23

EMS ASSIST: A man lying in the gutter was taken care of by emergency medical personnel for extreme drunkenness.

SEVEN. 24

LIPSTICK TO THEM: A vehicle’s windows have been marred by derogatory remarks scrawled with lipstick. The shadow was Piss Off Peach.

SEVEN. 25

A DOG NIGHT: A found dog was sheltered at the police station for the night.

SEVEN. 26

UNFORGIVING: Officers assisted other agencies with a vehicle rollover on Black Bear Pass.

SEVEN. 27

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.

SEVEN. 28

Assault: a person was arrested for assaulting an adult at risk (over 70 years old).

SEVEN. 29

NOT A BEAR REPORT: A dumpster was dragged across the street.

SEVEN. 30

PARTY CITY: There have been many reports of loud parties.

THE CUSTOMER IS OFTEN NOT RIGHT: A local business has filed a harassment report.

OCT. 1

FREE WITHDRAWALS: The door to a local bank left open has been secured.

OCT. 4

CRIS-LE: Two separate cases of loud public verbal arguments have been reported.

OCT. 5

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.


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