Monday, Nov. 29 — Empire police responded to a call about a drunk person along West Park Avenue. The person was in a verbal dispute with a girlfriend, who left and returned the next day with a restraining order. No charges were filed, as the matter was a civil issue.
Wednesday, Dec. 1 — Empire police responded to a theft along South Main Street. Multiple landscaping trucks were broken into near Minton Park, and chainsaws and other tools were stolen. A off-highway vehicle was also removed from a trailer and stolen. There are no suspects at this time.
Thursday, Dec. 2 — Idaho Springs officers took reports of a home burglary in the 2900 block of Riverside Drive. Two guns and valuables were reportedly stolen from the residence. Suspects are unknown at this time.
Thursday, Dec. 2 — Idaho Springs officers conducted a welfare check on a man living in his vehicle. During the check, officers found the man had a warrant for failure to appear on assault charges. He was arrested on the warrant.
Friday, Dec. 3 — Georgetown police responded to a break-in along Third Street. Property owners were unsure when the break-in occurred.
Friday, Dec. 3 — Idaho Springs police was made aware of a felony menacing incident west of the city. A woman reportedly brandished a weapon at another vehicle in a neighboring jurisdiction. ISPD officers located the suspect vehicle and conducted a traffic stop along eastbound Interstate 70. The Sheriff’s Office ultimately arrested the woman on suspicion of felony menacing.
Saturday, Dec. 4 — Empire police responded to a call about criminal mischief and property damage along East Park Avenue. Officer report that a “Scrooge” cut a resident’s Christmas lights.
Saturday, Dec. 4 — Georgetown police conducted a traffic stop at the eastbound Interstate 70 on-ramp, and found the driver had a warrant for his arrest. He was taken into custody.
Sunday, Dec. 5 — Idaho Springs police responded to a motor vehicle crash in the 2100 block of Miner Street. While investigating, officers detected a strong odor of alcohol on the at-fault driver, who was later arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
Sunday, Dec. 5 — Georgetown police responded to a theft report at a hotel along Argentine Street. A guest reported that the license plate on their rental car had been stolen sometime the previous night.