Monday, Nov. 8 — Idaho Springs police responded to a call about an intoxicated man sleeping on the sidewalk in the 1800 block of Miner Street. He was transported to a detox facility in the metro area.

Tuesday, Nov. 9 — Idaho Springs police contacted a man in the 2500 block of Miner Street. He had an arrest warrant out of Clear Creek County for failure to comply. He was arrested.

Tuesday, Nov. 9 — An Idaho Springs officer was dispatched to an assault-in-progress call in the 1600 block of Miner Street. During investigation, the officer reportedly found that one suspect had a protection order against him. He was arrested on suspicion of violating the protection order.

Wednesday, Nov. 10 — Georgetown police responded to a possible domestic violence incident. After an investigation, police prepared a warrant for the suspect’s arrest on suspicion of several charges. With assistance from Sheriff’s deputies, Georgetown police arrested the suspect later that day.

Wednesday, Nov. 10 — While on patrol, an Idaho Springs officer observed a vehicle of note in the 2900 block of Colorado Boulevard. The driver had a warrant out of Denver for failure to appear. She also had a suspended license. She was arrested on her warrant and cited for driving without a valid license.

Friday, Nov. 12 — Georgetown police responded to a vehicle theft in the 1500 block of Argentine Street. Colorado State Patrol found the vehicle two days later in Glenwood Canyon. One suspect was taken into custody.

Friday, Nov. 12 — Empire police responded to an at-large dog call along South Main Street. The owner was cited for letting their dogs run loose.

-Corinne Westeman