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Sheriff’s blotter

Tuesday, Sept. 13

2:37 p.m., A report of theft was made for 24-foot trailer that was taken the previous night from the 5600 block of County Road 24. The trailer was valued at $60,000 because it contained construction equipment.

Sunday, Sept. 25

1:32 p.m., Someone found a set of keys and dropped it off at the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office.

Tuesday, Sept. 27

6:48 p.m., A woman was issued a trespass notice while at the softball complex, 24300 Road G.2. She reportedly struggled and hit people who wanted her to leave. At the time of the report, she was being sought on suspicion of assault and harassment for the incident.

Monday, Oct. 3

3:57 p.m., A woman requested her father-in-law be removed from her home in the 14000 block of Road 29.75. The officer who responded interpreted the lease he was provided as saying the father-in-law was allowed on the property and made no action to remove him.

Tuesday, Oct. 4

1:08 p.m., A car backed out of a parking space at the Tri-County Head Start Program, 1550 Hillside Ave., and hit a parked car’s front bumper.

Wednesday, Oct. 5

11:25 a.m., A man at the Montezuma County Combined Courts was arrested for a warrant and taken to the Montezuma County Detention Center.

Thursday, Oct. 6

4:55 p.m., A driver who had visited a mechanic noticed smoke coming from under the car’s hood before parking it safely at home in the 11000 block of Road 24.3. A neighbor then helped the driver put out the fire.

Friday, Oct. 7

8:25 a.m., A man parked his vehicle on the property at 1005 Central Ave., which he wanted to buy. The owner of the property asked for the truck to be removed and the man to be trespassed.

Saturday, Oct. 8

10:34 p.m., A man on the side of the road in the 900 block of South Broadway flagged down an officer to request a courtesy ride. The officer checked the man’s information and because he had a failure to appear warrant, he was arrested and taken into custody at the Montezuma County Detention Center.

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