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Thursday, July 29,2010

Police Blotter | Leave the pipe in the car

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Leave the pipe in the car

On July 21, a 22-year-old woman received a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia after she entered the Boulder County Criminal Justice Center with a “marijuana-smoking pipe,” according to a report from the sheriff ’s office.

The pipe was placed into evidence and the woman was released, the report said.

‘Parts of a cat’

The Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office was dispatched to 8164 Alfalfa Ct. in Longmont on July 18 on a report of a resident finding “parts of a cat.”

The officer took the remains to the Longmont Humane Society.

In related news, on June 23, a Boulder County sheriff ’s deputy was called to transport a cat from Aspen Meadows Veterinarian Clinic in Longmont to the Longmont Humane Society.

Mustard meets hood

A green 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee at 8361 Greenwood Dr. in unincorporated Boulder County was vandalized with mustard and toilet paper on July 11.

“The mustard ate through the clear coat and damaged the paint on the hood,” according to a report from the Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office.

There are no suspects in the case, and damage was estimated at about $100.

Uncontrolled burn

Property owners at 7109 Hygiene Rd. called the Boulder County Communications Center on July 19 to report they would be conducting a controlled burn on their land.

But according to a Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office report, the burn got out of control, jumped the property line and burned a large stack of new hay on an adjacent property. The haystack was valued at $2,300.

National Night Out

On Aug. 3, the Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office is joining forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “27th Annual National Night Out” (NNO) crime and drug prevention event.

National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored locally by the Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office and Target, will involve four local events this year.

From 6 to 8:30 p.m., the Sheriff ’s Office and its partners will be hosting a community barbecue at the San Lazaro Community Complex, located at 5505 Valmont Road. The Heatherwood Community will be hosting an ice cream social and “green event” at St. Mary Magdalene’s Church, at 4775 Cambridge St., from 5 to 8 p.m. The sheriff ’s office is also hosting National Night Out and ice cream social in Superior, located at East Community Park, near the 1600 block of East Coalton Road from 6 to 9 p.m.

Another ice cream social will be held at the Gunbarrel Commons Park, located at the intersection of Indigo Court and White Rock Circle, from 6 to 8 p.m.

The events will feature police dogs and demonstrations of police and emergency vehicles.

For more information, contact Sgt. Vinnie Montez at 303-441-4444.

Rock hits hiker’s leg

On July 20, a 53-year-old female was struck by a rock while hiking on the Shoshone Pass trail in the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area. The rock struck and cut the back of her leg, and she was unable to walk.

Personnel from Indian Peaks Fire Protection District, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Pridemark Paramedic’s, Red Cross and the Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office responded to the incident. Additional members from Alpine Search and Rescue Team responded to Boulder County to assist.

The woman was hiking with her son when the accident occurred. Her son was able to hike out and call for help, then led rescue personnel to his mother’s location.

The rescue involved 35 people, five agencies and took more than seven hours to complete.

Respond: letters@boulderweekly.com

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