At 5:10 p.m. on June 10, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Rocky Mountain Fire Rescue and Boulder Emergency Squad responded to Marshall Lake at the 6600 block of Marshall Road on report of a capsized canoe.
On Friday, May 20, a 31-year-old man was arrested by the Boulder Police Department for second- and third-degree assault charges, according to the Boulder Police. The man who was arrested allegedly punched a victim in the face multiple times, leaving the male victim seriously injured, according to the report.
A laptop, iPod and cell phone were reported stolen from the 1800 block of 22nd Avenue in Boulder on Jan. 23, but Boulder police now have a photo of the man who came into possession of the computer, thanks to a program that takes a picture of the first person who opens the laptop after it is reported as missing or stolen.
Boulder police officers were dispatched to the Emergency Pet Clinic at 1658 30th St. The cat did not suffer any broken bones or internal bleeding, but the 19-year-old suspect admitted to injuring it because he was stressed and exhausted from traveling.
On Monday, Oct. 25, school resource officers found one threat in a third-floor mens bathroom and another threat in a bathroom on the second floor. The threat targeted Boulder High School students, Latinos in particular, and the writer threatened to bring a gun to school on Friday, Oct.
Deputies responded at around 9 a.m. to the 5400 block of Sunshine Canyon after callers reported seeing two men loading scrap metal from destroyed homes into the back of their pickup truck. The truck was intercepted about one and a half miles up Sunshine Canyon and was stopped at Sunshine Canyon Drive, near Mount Sanitas.
According to a police report, a 19-year-old CU student from Nigeria was walking near Broadway and Pleasant Street on Sept. 18 with a 23-year-old friend, who is also from Nigeria, when they heard voices behind them. The suspects allegedly used the n-word, called the victims monkeys and told them to go back to their country of origin, the report said.
The victim said she was in her bedroom when she heard an alarm indicating someone was opening a door to her residence. She left the room to investigate and observed a white male walking around. She ran back into the bedroom to call police and looked outside, where she noticed that the interior dome light of her vehicle was on.