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Greeley Evans crime log

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Sunday, Feb. 15

  • 8:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3600 block of 22nd Street for a report of a naked man standing in the middle of a football field at a local school.
  • 11:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a home on 7th Avenue for a report of a woman who was scared to answer her door because evil people had been trying to do evil things to her. The caller told officers on scene that God would be returning soon because the end of the world is on the horizon.
  • 8:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a home on 21st Street for a report of a man who couldn’t stand up because he was extremely drunk and had just been beaten by his wife.

Monday, Feb. 16

  • 12:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2700 block of 11th Avenue for a report of a man causing a disturbance at a local liquor store. The owner of the liquor store refused to sell booze to the man because he was already too intoxicated. The man left the store and tried again by walking through the drive-thru.
  • 10:45 p.m.: Dispatch received a call from a resident in the 1300 block of 4th Street complaining about a large dog that is always on the loose in the neighborhood. The caller asked dispatch to make sure Greeley police and animal control officers would be on standby the following morning waiting for her to call about the latest escape.
  • 11:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 6600 block of 10th Street. The caller told police a person in a maroon minivan follows one of his nurses when she ends her shift at 1 a.m. When contacted by police, the owner of the van said she too was a nurse at the complex and wished “the caller would mind his own business.”

Tuesday, Feb. 17

  • 8:15 a.m.: Monday night’s caller from the 1300 block of 4th Street called dispatch as promised to report the large dog was on the loose again in the neighborhood. Greeley police and animal control officers responded. They encountered a couple walking their Boston terrier.

Friday, Feb. 20

  • 11:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to Bittersweet Park for a report of a man who had urinated on the pavilion.
  • 9:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 4500 block of 29th Street for a report of a woman who shattered a residential window with a bottle of booze. The man just wanted police to know it was his wife who broke their window, not him.

Saturday, Feb. 21

  • 12:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 5300 block of 29th Street to check the welfare of a caller’s neighbor. The caller worried her neighbor was trying to send a distress signal because the lights in the house were flashing for 20 minutes.
  • 8 a.m.: A man called Greeley police to inform a supervisor that he went to the doctor yesterday, is tired of the games all these Weld County people are playing and is angry about the girl they made him see who looks like she is 11 years old. The man wanted a supervisor to call him back, but refused to leave a number because he had given it “a thousand times before.”
  • 10 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a local home after an 8-year-old boy called to report that his mother had just murdered his father. As dispatchers spoke with the boy, he suddenly told the dispatcher that he was really 30 years old, thought she sounded pretty and told her he wanted to fornicate. When police arrived at the scene they found the boy who was making a prank call.

Monday, Feb. 23

  • 5:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to the railroad tracks along U.S. 85 near 42nd Street for a report of a man riding his bike with a remote control in his hand, but not using it to control anything. Police responded and determined the suspicious remote controller was a fishing pole.

Tuesday, Feb. 24

  • 5:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to a home in Glendale Drive for a report of a 16-year-old boy who ran off with his girlfriend. The boy’s mother told police he had been acting difficult lately and refused to go live with his father. Police advised the mother that teenagers can be difficult and that if she wanted her son to live with his father, she should take the 16-year-old there herself.

Sunday, Feb. 22

  • 1 p.m. Greeley police responded to the 1400 block of 10th Street for a report of a person who entered a resident’s house, whispered “don’t listen to him” while the resident was sleeping, and then left.
  • 1:15 p.m. Greeley police responded to the 500 block of 14th Avenue for a report of a resident who sold a dog to someone and then noticed that same person relisted the dog for sale on Craigslist. The original owner wanted to know what to do about the situation.

Friday, Feb. 27

  • 11:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a motel in the 2300 block of 29th Street for a report of a man in his 40s or 50s walking around naked.
  • 5 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3500 block of 24th Street to talk to a man who sought advice about how to handle his soon-to-be ex-wife for selling his TV behind his back.
  • 5:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to State Farm Road to meet with a resident who wanted to know if it was legal to tow a car with a tow strap at night.

Saturday, Feb. 28

  • 12:30 a.m.: Evans police responded to Mariners Landing Drive to supervise a property exchange between two feuding people. The caller said he and his ex-wife had been in a scuffle that left scratches on his face and his glasses broken. The property was exchanged without incident.
  • 11 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1300 block of 11th Avenue for a report of a man who lost his debit card and needed it because he wanted to find God and donate to the church.
  • 6:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to State Farm Road for a report of three young children that were routinely left at home with no food in the house. Officers responded and found the children safely in the care of an uncle.

Sunday, March 1

  • 9:15 p.m.: Greeley police received a call from a resident at a business in the 1300 block of 11th Avenue. The caller thought he left his debit card at the business earlier, but none of the employees admitted to seeing it. The caller asked for police contact by phone because he wanted to avoid “the social stigma of having a cop here.”

Monday, March 2

  • 12:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to Carson Avenue for a report of mysterious food that had found its way into a resident’s fridge and clothes that were found in the guest room. The caller told police her landlord had allowed someone who looked like her daughter into the house. She still thought it was weird despite a note on the fridge from her daughter stating she brought the food and clothes into the house.

Tuesday, March 3

  • 4:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 1100 block of 37th Street for a report of a man receiving harassing text messages. The man initially refused to give police his address, questioning why they needed it because the harassment “is happening on my phone.”

Friday, March 6

  • 10:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 500 block of 14th Avenue for a report of a bicyclist doing exercises in his underwear.

Saturday, March 7

  • 2:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2400 block of 29th Street for a report of two people naked and fornicating in the back of a pickup.
  • 11:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the Weld County Court House complex for a report of a man writing on all of the buildings with chalk.
  • 8:30 p.m.: A woman went to the Evans Police Department to report her daughter, who lives on 25th Street, was threatening to kill herself with a gun. Turns out the caller was seeking advice about a civil eviction process and didn’t want officers to contact the tenant because she has a temper. No one claimed they were going to harm themselves.
  • 11:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 10th Avenue at 5th Street for a report of an overweight Hispanic man who was asking women if they wanted to “order sex” from him.

Sunday, March 8

  • 6:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2800 block of 10th Street because a woman picked up her stepchildren, and they smelled like marijuana again. The caller wanted to know what could be done about it.
  • 9:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2400 block of 15th Avenue for a report of a man trying to break into a car. Officers contacted the owner, who said he was outside washing the windows.

Monday, March 9

  • 9:30 a.m.: Evans police responded to Powder Keg Drive for a report of found human feces behind a residential fence that backs up to Pioneer Park.
  • 1:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 3200 block of 11th Avenue for a report of a woman who started yelling at her neighbors because she found a beer can on her property.
  • 6:30 p.m.: Evans police were asked to speak to a woman in the police station parking lot who wanted to confess that she ran a red light while she was driving earlier that day.
  • 7 p.m.: Evans police responded to a harassment report at a residential complex on 11th Avenue. The man who called police claimed another tenant intentionally parked six inches away from his car in the parking lot. Officers determined the suspect vehicle was legally parked.

Tuesday, March 10

  • 5 p.m.: Officers met with a man in the parking lot of the Evans Police Station because he was being chased by a woman. The man told police he thought the woman was chasing him because he told her he didn’t want to speak to her anymore. The woman left the station parking lot when officers came outside.

Monday, March 9

  • 8 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 400 block of 11th Avenue on a report of people loitering in front of and urinating on a building while waiting to be hired by someone to work.

Tuesday, March 10

  • 12:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 700 block of 25th Street to check on a questionable character who was making odd comments about Satan.
  • 8:45 a.m.: Greeley police were asked to respond to the 1900 block of 76th Avenue to help a resident remove a squirrel that was outside climbing on the house and the deck. The caller was advised that animal control officers cannot assist with the removal of a squirrel from a residential yard.
  • 10:30 a.m.: A caller apologized to the Greeley Police Department even though he said he was assaulted by an officer. The caller told dispatch he had already talked to the Weld District Attorney’s Office about filing charges, but wanted other officers to know they were still his friends.

Wednesday, March 11

  • 6:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 600 block of 8th Avenue for a report of two men not properly dressed for the weather entering an apartment building with stereo equipment and a bicycle. The caller identified himself as an attorney who had developed a sixth sense for suspicious activity.

Thursday, March 12

  • 10:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 4000 block of Riverside Parkway on a report of a suspicious vehicle. Once on scene, police encountered three men fishing.

Saturday, March 14

  • 11:30 a.m.: A caller told Evans police he was having a 1969 Chevrolet towed because it parked three inches from his truck, and he couldn’t get out of his parking space.

Sunday, March 15

  • 12:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to a residence on Lakeside Drive to verify a remote control that had gone missing was found in the basement.
  • 5:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to a residence on Carson Avenue for a report of suspicious feces found on a candle stick and a lead pipe lying next to a trap door. Once on scene, officers were unable to locate the suspicious feces and the trap door was actually an entrance to a crawl space.

St. Patrick’s Day

  • 6:15 p.m.: A resident of Carson Avenue reported to Evans police there was an injured raccoon behind his dumpster. The caller wanted to know if he could “put it out of its misery.” The man was warned about discharging a firearm within city limits.
  • 10:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2000 block of 31st Street for a report of a “farm pig the size of a motorcycle that had been squealing all morning.” When officers arrived, the potbelly pig had been moved inside, but police did warn the owners that they could be cited for disturbing the peace if additional complaints are made.
  • 1:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1600 block of 6th Avenue for a report of chickens running loose, two of which had already been run over by passing vehicles. The owners were advised to contain the chickens and to get rid of the rooster.
  • 11 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 300 block of 8th Street for a report of a man who was lost and couldn’t find his way home because he lost his glasses. The man told police he had been drinking all day, got into a fight with his girlfriend and took a nap in a cornfield. He was taken to North Colorado Medical Center.

Thursday, March 19

  • 2:45 a.m.: Evans police responded to a motel in the 800 block of 31st Street for a report of a child screaming. Officers responded to the scene, but could not locate a screaming child. They did speak to a man in the parking lot who said he and his girlfriend had just done the deed and that she can be a screamer in the bedroom.

Friday, March 20

  • 2:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to Antelope Way for a report of an elderly man wandering around on the street. Officers responded and learned the man had just received a new prosthetic and was just out getting exercise.

Friday, March 13

  • 9:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a local apartment complex for a report of a teenage girl who consumed a three-month supply of birth control in one sitting.
  • 11 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1300 block of 11th Avenue after a man reported to dispatch that another man was using magic against him to make his heart hurt.
  • 12:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 500 block of 21st Street for a harassment report. A man’s parents posted an eviction notice on his bedroom door after they found out he was arrested the night before in Adams County for driving under the influence of alcohol.
  • 7 p.m.: Greeley police responded to Amour Hill Drive after dispatchers traced a prank call to the area. A kid on the line told dispatchers, “I am going to make an emergency by killing you.” When asked for his name, the caller replied, “I am sexy and hot, sexy and hot, and you have to marry me. Bye.”

Saturday, March 14

  • 1 p.m.: Greeley’s streets department responded to the 5400 block of 9th Street for a report of a large amount of dead rabbits left on the road. City employees responded, but could not locate the rabbits.

Monday, March 16

  • 5:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the intersection of 10th Avenue and 8th Street for a report of an intoxicated man pushing a stroller full of alcohol down the street.

Saturday, March 21

  • 2:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to 25th Avenue and 15th Street for a report of a man yelling and getting into “fighting stances.” No one else was around.

Monday, March 23

  • 10:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 3200 block of 23rd Avenue. The driver of the car told police he pulled over to talk with his significant other rather than text while driving.

Tuesday, March 24

  • 2:15 a.m.: Evans police responded to an alley off of Idaho Street for a report of a man collecting scrap metal out of a Dumpster. Officers responded and watched the man rummage through the Dumpster for about five minutes. When confronted by police, the man denied pulling anything out of the garbage. He was warned not to collect scrap in Evans.
  • 7:30 a.m.: Evans police responded to Valley View Avenue for a report of a green camper that habitually speeds through the neighborhood, sometimes putting kids in danger. The caller demanded a squad car to respond or else he would handle the driver “in another way.” Weld County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the complaint.
  • 5:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to 11th Avenue for a report of a man who spit on a woman’s car after the two had been involved in a traffic crash. The woman told police she had video footage of the altercation.
  • 10:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to 11th Avenue for a report of an intoxicated woman passed out in a dirt lot. Officers could not rouse the woman to learn her name and she did not have identification.

Wednesday, March 25

  • 3 p.m.: Evans police received a call about some young hooligans on Denver Street who don’t go to school and are a bad influence on other neighborhood children.

Thursday, March 26

  • 2:45 a.m.: Evans police responded to 42nd Street after a woman called dispatch saying she was tortured the night before and was being followed by people who meant to do her harm. At least three people were following the woman, including a woman in a dress who could have possibly been a hologram.
  • 7 a.m.: Evans police responded to Empire Street after a woman reported to dispatch that her husband had called and was screaming in agony about an unknown problem. Officers responded to the home and spoke with the husband. He was having a painful bowel movement.
  • 5:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to McNitt Street and Birney Court for a report of a white refrigerator truck with out of state plates cruising the neighborhood and several men trying to sell steaks to local residents. The caller said one of the men had tattoos on his face, which led the caller to question whether they had the proper permits to solicit business in the neighborhood.

Friday, March 27

  • 10 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2000 block of 4th Avenue for a report of a man who trespassed onto a person’s property to allow his dog to relieve itself. The caller asked officers to respond with a fingerprint kit, “so we can find out who’s behind this.”

Saturday, March 28

  • 10 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2100 block of 21st Avenue for a report of a home that looked like “it had been ransacked by a raccoon.”

Sunday, March 29

  • 12:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3700 block of 24th Street for a report of a found hookah. The caller wanted officers to respond to explain how it works and what it will do to someone.
  • 10:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 800 block of 12th Street for a report of an intoxicated man sleeping in another man’s bed.

Wednesday, April 1

  • 12:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1600 block of Glenmere Boulevard for a report of a duck choking on something wrapped around its neck.
  • 4:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to Mariposa Lane for a report of a skunk “trying to die between two houses.”
  • 11:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 4300 block of 9th Street for a report of kids playing ding-dong ditch and throwing toilet paper on local houses.

Thursday, April 2

  • 4:30 p.m.: A man called Evans police to find out if it is legal to panhandle while it is snowing.

Friday, April 3

  • 1:45 a.m.: A man called Evans police about turning himself in on a warrant. The man, who sounded intoxicated, did not have any active warrants. A friend agreed to watch him.
  • 9 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2800 block of 13th Avenue for a report of a ghost. The caller told police her ex-boyfriend lives in the attic, comes down as a ghost and takes invisibility pills.
  • 9:45 a.m.: Evans police responded to the 1100 block of 37th Street for a report of an unusually high amount of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. The caller told police he had recently been released from prison and that there is a lot more traffic now than there was when he went in.
  • 10:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the intersection of 16th Street and 6th Avenue for a report of a man trespassing and doing push ups on the train tracks.

Sunday, April 4

  • 11 a.m.: Evans police responded to Magnolia Street for a report of five or six cats that live under a bush in the neighborhood but poop in everyone else’s yards. The caller said he was tired of cleaning up after the cats and wanted to know what he could do about them.

Monday, April 5

  • 10:45 a.m.: Evans police responded to a restaurant in the 600 block of 31st Street after a manager threatened to fire an employee for not showing up for work. The employee told police she had a note from the doctor.
  • 1:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to 37th Street and Riverside Parkway for a report of a man and a boy shooting off bottle rockets in the park. Evans police responded and determined the man and the boy were shooting off model rockets. However, because they were in a closed section of the park, officers did ask the “rocketeers” to move to a different location.

Tuesday, April 6

  • 11 a.m.: Greeley police responded to 10th Street to assist an 18-year-old man search bus records for a missing juvenile. Officers quickly learned the missing juvenile was really the man’s 43-year-old mother. The man was upset his mother was “leaving.” Police told the man to suck it up and start acting like an adult.
  • 5 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a house on 44th Avenue for a report of a dog that ate a bunch of Easter candy and then got sick all over the floor.

Wednesday, April 7

  • 6 a.m.: Dispatchers received a call from a woman in the 2400 block of 13th Avenue about a red flashing light in the sky. The caller just wanted to know if it was something she should be worried about.
  • 7 a.m.: Evans police responded to a restaurant in the 600 block of 31st Street for a report of a dispute over a cell phone charger. The caller said a man tried to steal his charger and he “about punched his lights out.” The caller also was upset the restaurant manager didn’t do anything to help, saying the manager should have because he is a regular. The caller also noted he had never called 911 about anything in his life. Dispatch records showed he called 911 about 38 times since the end of March, mostly for courtesy rides.
  • 12:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 7000 block of 20th Street for a report of two teenagers wearing basketball shorts who were “frantically” digging a hole in the common area next to a gas station. The teens were replacing a broken sprinkler head.
  • 6:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to a motel in the 3000 block of 8th Avenue for a suspicious vehicle report. Officers drove by and located a woman sitting in her Ford Taurus eating fast food.
  • 7 p.m.: Evans police responded to State Farm Road on a report that a neighbor was trying to poison the caller with moth balls after the caller confronted him about stealing his building’s water for irrigation. The caller said his neighbor gave him “the stare of death” when he confronted him. He suspected the neighbor was trying to poison his dog first. He told police he would set up a webcam to gather intelligence.

Thursday, April 8

  • 4:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3100 block of 21st Avenue for a report of a large wild turkey on the loose. The caller told dispatch the turkey appeared lost and that his nephew would try to catch it until police arrived.
  • 5:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1600 block of Glenmere Boulevard for a report of men hanging out in the park who looked “all gangster type.”

Friday, April 9

  • 12:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to 7th Avenue and 13th Street for a report of an intoxicated woman walking on the train tracks. The caller was worried because the woman was alone in the “sketch part of Greeley.”
  • 6:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to Bittersweet Park for a report of a woman who walked her dog right through a city of Greeley soccer game. The woman’s dog pooped in the middle of the field. She didn’t bother to pick it up.

Friday, April 10

  • 2:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 500 block of 6th Street for a report of some “disconcerting” drones flying around the neighborhood at night.
  • 5 p.m.: A Greeley police officer was flagged down on 25th Avenue Court by a resident who reported a boy was hitting a puppy with a stick in his backyard. The officer spoke to the boy’s parents, who didn’t seem too concerned. The puppies, three in total, appeared to be healthy.
  • 11:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 900 block of 7th Avenue for a report of a man who was kicked out of his house and was insistent that the police department provide him with a room for the night.

Saturday, April 11

  • 11:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to 10th Street at 50th Avenue for a report of adults encouraging children to race each other on their “mini crotch rockets.”
  • 1:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1000 block of 14th Avenue for a report of a found orange iguana possibly carrying eggs.

Sunday, April 12

  • 10:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a disused grocery store in the 1100 block of 11th Avenue for a report of three highly intoxicated men behind the store. The caller told dispatch one of the men tried to stand up but couldn’t.
  • 8:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a gas station in the 4600 block of 20th Street for a report of a man “dancing with his butt in the air” and trying to pull the hose off of the pump.
  • 8:45 p.m.: Dispatchers received a call from an 18-year-old man who said he heard on his scanner Greeley police were looking for him. The man told dispatchers the police don’t need to be looking for him.

Monday, April 13

  • 11 a.m.: Evans police responded to a report of a 23-year-old man who said he was hurt because health clinic employees “put the needle in him wrong.” The man refused medical attention at the scene.
  • 4 p.m.: Evans police responded to a school in the 1400 block of 37th Street for a report of several kids by the playground with a Walmart shopping cart. One child was witnessed urinating on a tree. When asked by several people to leave, one of the children replied, “Nope, we’re on public property.”

Tuesday, April 14

  • 7:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to Yucca Circle for a report of a man yelling obscenities at his neighbor and grabbing his private parts.
  • 2 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3600 block of 29th Street for a report of dogs running up and down the hall at a neighbors apartment. Officers asked the caller if the dogs barked or were otherwise excessively noisy, and they said they couldn’t do anything about animals moving around in another person’s condo.

Wednesday, April 15

  • 4:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to 37th Street and 11th Avenue for a report of a child hitchhiking on the side of the road. Officers contacted the 10-year-old boy — who said he was walking home from school — and explained the perils of hitchhiking. The boy said he got the message.

Wednesday, April 15

  • 8:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2800 block of E Street for a report of a pounding noise coming from the attic of a local home. The caller didn’t know if the noise was being made by a person or an animal, but recorded it for police.
  • 11:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2700 block of 11th Avenue for a report of a white man who was loitering and harassing customers at a local liquor store. Police caught up with the man at a nearby coffee shop, where he had purchased a cup of coffee — possibly a vanilla latte — and was not causing a disturbance.
  • 2:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 7100 block of 12th Street for a report of a snake. It was not threatening anyone.

Thursday, April 16

  • 8:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to 4th Street and 40th Avenue for a report of a car that was being driven regularly, but not parking in the same place on the street. The caller thought the movement was suspicious.

Saturday, April 18

  • 11 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2300 block of 10th Street after a homeless man called dispatch requesting an animal control officer respond to take possession of his cat, which he couldn’t take care of anymore. Police told the man they could not just take possession of an animal and that he would need to make arrangements with the local humane society. The man said he’d just “be leaving the cat somewhere.”
  • 5:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 17th Avenue for a report of an intoxicated 25-year-old woman who was having an argument with her mother and putting her own children in danger. Officers responded and found the woman was not drunk, the house was clean and the children appeared happy and healthy.
  • 7:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1500 block of 31st Avenue for a report of a man being harassed by gang members. The man would not rat out the gang members over the phone. A search of previous service calls showed police had responded to the home dozens of times in the last several months. During the most recent call earlier in April, the caller was arrested for firing several shots from his handgun at invisible people in his house. The man said he no longer owned any firearms.
  • 11:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded — again — to the 1500 block of 31st Avenue for a report of a man receiving death threats from people inside his basement.

Sunday, April 19

  • 5:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to State Farm Road for a report of a 9-year-old girl who was stealing money from a neighbor. The daughter’s mother wanted police to respond to “scare her daughter straight.” Dispatchers told the mother police do not respond to calls to scare children, but would be by to discuss the alleged thefts.
  • 1 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 900 block of 8th Avenue for a report of a man who had a shoebox containing a baby squirrel in his car. There was nothing further.

Monday, April 20

  • 12:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 4300 block of 2nd Street for a report of a cat that gave birth to a litter of kittens on a resident’s porch and then left the scene.
  • 12:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to F Street and 59th Avenue for a report of a black horse that looked like it was on the ground dead. Another horse was standing beside it not doing anything. Officers determined the horse on the ground was a sleeping colt. The standing horse was the colt’s mother.
  • 2:45 p.m.: Evans police were called to respond to an elementary school in the 2000 block of 34th Street for a report of a dead cat in an area where kids would be walking home from class. The caller wanted the cat removed before school let out for the day. School officials responded to the area, but were unable to locate the dead cat.
  • 5 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 11th Avenue and 19th Street for a report of a child standing on the sidewalk waving at cars.
  • 7 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a park in the 2200 block of 41st Avenue for a report of animals that were being sacrificed. The caller thanked police for sending extra patrols to ensure the critters are looked after and cared for.

Tuesday, April 21

  • 12:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the U.S. 34 bypass and 23rd Avenue for a report of an elderly woman in a motorized cart rolling westbound in the eastbound lanes of traffic.
  • 4 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 3200 block of 11th Avenue for a report of a bag of Goldfish crackers left on a resident’s doorknob.
  • 4:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 400 block of 35th Avenue after receiving a report a woman left a nearby hospital with an IV stuck in her arm.
  • 9:45 p.m.: A man went to the Evans Police Department to thank an officer for working with him during his arrest.

Wednesday, April 22

  • 1:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2200 block of 28th Avenue for a report of a man howling at the moon.
  • 9:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the intersection of 11th Avenue and 8th Street to check on a man who looked “like he’s in pretty bad shape.”
  • 10 a.m.: Evans police responded to Larson Avenue to speak with a resident who had questions about how much outdoor space a couple of goats and a llama require.
  • 11 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3900 block of 21st Street for a report of animal feces in the fireplace.
  • 12:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 14th Avenue for a report of a family of snakes living under a resident’s deck. The snakes were scaring the mailman.
  • 5:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 1900 7th Street for a report of a squirrel foaming at the mouth. Officers told the caller the squirrel would likely die in a few hours. They advised the resident to throw it in the trash when it did.
  • 5:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 7th Avenue at 14th Street for a report of a man who urinated himself and couldn’t stand up.
  • 5:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to Paintbrush Drive for a report of three goats without tags eating grass.
  • 8:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to Trinidad Street for a report of a man walking up and down the sidewalk who looked like, “he was ready to do something.”
  • 8:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 600 block of 31st Street for a report of a marijuana grow in a trailer at an RV storage business. Once on scene, officers told the manager marijuana was legal now in Colorado. The manager said he would just 86 the owners of the trailer.

Thursday, April 23

  • 1:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a grocery store in the 2100 block of 35th Avenue for a report of a man who walked in wearing leg shackles, but was otherwise dressed in civilian clothes.
  • 11:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a report of a party taking place in the bushes in the 1000 block of 10th Street.
  • 4:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 3300 block of 68th Avenue Court for a report of a prairie dog stuck in a window well

Friday, April 24

  • 6:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to 33rd Street for a report of a man who was eyeballing children, seemed shady and “smelled like marijuana.”

Saturday, April 25

  • 4:30 p.m.: Dispatchers received several butt dials from a phone in Evans. During one of the calls, dispatchers heard someone yell, “Yeah, hot box.”

Sunday, April 26

  • Midnight: Greeley police responded to a motel in the 700 block of 8th Street after employees reported a man walked in inquiring about another man known as “Hill.” The man said Hill was a child molester. Motel employees told police the man had a hammer in his pocket

Monday, April 27

  • 8:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2100 block of 5th Street on a report of an intoxicated man who left his home to purchase more liquor at the store. The caller, the man’s child, wanted police to arrest the man for drunk driving.
  • 10:15 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2800 block of 25th Street after receiving two reports of a suspicious Mercury sedan. The first caller alleged the occupants were involved in a recent drug deal, while the second caller believed the vehicle was involved in a recent theft. Police responded and encountered several Greeley West High School students smoking cigarettes on their free period.
  • 5:45 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a report of an altercation between a boy and his parents over his cell phone. “I just want officers here,” the boy said crying, according to dispatch logs. “I am trying really hard and I want someone to stand up for me.” Apparently, the argument started because the boy’s parents blocked his girlfriend’s number from his cell phone, which he thought violated his privacy even though his parents pay for the phone and the boy’s plan. He was not happy when officers took his parent’s side.
  • 7:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to Park View Drive for a report of a suspicious person washing the windows of every home on the block.

Wednesday, April 29

  • 11:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1400 block of 15th Avenue for a report of a dog that pooped on the caller’s porch again. The caller said she didn’t think there was anything she could do about the ongoing problem because her neighbor’s Chihuaha is a “service dog.” Police told the neighbor to keep her dog on her property.
  • 4:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to a store on 23rd Avenue for a report of a man, who was possibly running from the cops, hiding in the bathroom. Employees called dispatchers back about 15 minutes later to tell them it was a false alarm. There was no one in the bathroom.
  • 8:45 p.m.: Evans police responded to Abbey Road to talk with parents who reported they “found stuff” on their son’s cell phone that they didn’t agree with.

Thursday, April 30

  • 8:30 a.m.: A resident on 11th Avenue called Evans police about raccoons because he did not know what to do with them.
  • 10:30 a.m.: A resident called Evans police because she found a kitten and tried to take it to the animal shelter, but because the shelter didn’t open until 11 a.m. she wanted an officer to take it there for her. Evans police informed the woman it does not run shelter errands for the public.

Friday, May 1

  • 2 a.m.: Evans police responded to 42nd Street for a report of a man running down the street wearing red shorts and a white bed sheet. The caller thought it was suspicious.

Saturday, May 2

  • 3:30 and 4:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to Chesapeake Bay following reports that a resident had a security camera pointed at the living room window of a neighbor’s house.

Sunday, May 3

  • 5:15 a.m.: Evans police responded to 41st Street for a report of an intoxicated woman who could not find her way to her house on 41st Road.

Friday, May 1

  • 9 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1700 block of 11th Avenue for a report of a dog that was placed outside in its kennel without the owner’s permission. The owner suspected her roommate put the dog outside and said police should respond because she would not be able to control her anger when the roommate returned home.

Saturday, May 2

  • Noon: Greeley police responded to the 1000 block of 14th Street for a report of an argument between a man and a woman over utility bills. The man was upset with the woman because she ran up the charges, but refused to pay a portion of the bills. The woman tried to claim harassment because the man was nagging her about it.
  • 12:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1800 block of 2nd Avenue for a report of a strange sound coming from a person’s TV.
  • 6:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 13th Avenue and 26th Street for a report of a man punching and yelling at a doll.

Sunday, May 3

  • 12:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1400 block of 10th Street to talk to a resident about his Russian roommate. The man said he helped the Russian find a job, but he was now causing problems. He couldn’t understand, “How we came to accept him in America.”
  • 1:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1400 block of 9th Street for a report of a stolen bag of grass clippings.
  • 6:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to Cedar Lane for a report of an argument between a man and a woman. The woman was upset because the man “half spent the night” with another woman.
  • 11 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a liquor store in the 1100 block of 9th Street for a report of an intoxicated man practicing karate moves in the reflection of the store’s window. The man also urinated under the street light.

Monday, May 4

  • 9:30 a.m.: Greeley police were called to respond to 34th Avenue to help a parent deal with her teenage daughter who is habitually late to school.
  • 5 p.m.: Greeley police responded to C Street for a report of a 9-year-old kid who was being mean to a 6-year-old. The 6-year-old, who initiated the call, told dispatch he would say hi to the officer when he arrived and point out the mean kid, but added he didn’t want the 9-year-old to go to jail. He just wanted him to be nice.

Tuesday, May 5

  • 7:15 a.m.: Evans police responded to Cedar Park Drive and Dry Creek Road for a report of raw, cut up chicken on the side of the road.
  • 9:30 a.m.: Evans police responded to Denver Street for a report of an injured squirrel lying on its back. The caller did not know what to do with the squirrel. Officers instructed him to leave it alone.
  • 11:45 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a fast food restaurant in the 1000 block of 8th Avenue on a report of an intoxicated person in the parking lot. The caller said the man had a bottle of whiskey with him, and he was having trouble putting on his shoes. While the caller was talking to dispatchers, the intoxicated man poured the contents of the whiskey bottle onto his face.
  • 1 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2500 block of 16th Avenue for a report of an aggressive rooster.
  • Wednesday, May 6
  • 9:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1700 block of 15th Avenue for a report of a woman who believed her co-workers had hacked into her cell phone and were listening to her private conversations. The woman couldn’t articulate for police why she believed her phone had been tapped or what conversations may have been listened to by her co-workers. When asked if she needed to see a doctor, the woman told police she underwent a mental evaluation several years ago in Fort Collins, but hadn’t returned since.
  • 1:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to 4th Street and 59th Avenue for a report of a red leash attached to a blue walker, but no person or dog in the area.
  • 7:15 p.m.: Evans police responded to State Farm Road for a report of a tenant who had his power turned off by his landlord. The tenant called Xcel and learned he was in good standing. The landlord denied turning off the power to officers, who informed him it would be illegal for him to do so.
  • Thursday, May 7
  • 5:45 p.m.: A caller residing on 29th Avenue Place requested a Greeley officer respond to meet with her 13-year-old stepson and explain the “downfalls of lying and what it leads to.”

Friday, May 8

  • 10:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a local convenience store for a report of a man who wanted to turn himself in for scratching a truck about nine months ago.
  • 2 p.m.: A Greeley resident called dispatch asking if someone pierces a kitten’s ears if that qualifies as animal cruelty. The caller was referencing a photo she saw posted to Facebook. The girl who posted the photo lives in another country.

Saturday, May 9

  • 10:30 a.m.: Greeley police responded to a grocery store in the 4400 block of Centerplace Drive for a report of a man quacking at passersby.
  • 9 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 200 block of 55th Avenue for a report of a resident who was the victim of a ding-dong-ditch prank involving a live chicken on a string. The culprits left the chicken hanging from the caller’s doorknob. The caller did not know what to do with the animal.

Sunday, May 10

  • 12:30 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 2400 block of 14th Avenue Court for a report of a suspicious person hiding out in the dumpsters taking photos of cars with a big camera. Turned out to be a college student working on a project.
  • 8:45 p.m.: Greeley police spoke to a resident of 49th Avenue who wanted an officer to track down his stepfather because he was cheating on his mother with the cleaning lady. The caller wanted officers to ping his father’s cell phone to find him. Officer’s told the caller suspicions of cheating wasn’t enough to violate the father’s constitutional right to privacy. The caller responded, “Our president violates the Constitution all the time. I was hoping that would make it OK for you.” The caller was more satisfied when officers suggested he hire a private investigator.

Monday, May 11

  • 7 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 2600 block of 8th Avenue for a report of a man who was asking residents how he could break into his own car. The caller, who works at a local business, asked for an officer to remove the man from the area because he didn’t “look pleasant.”
  • 8 a.m.: Greeley police responded to the 800 block of 36th Avenue for a report of a dead cat beneath a resident’s porch. The dead cat was really a black ball cap.
  • 2 p.m.: Greeley police responded to the 1600 block of 33rd Avenue for a report of a bizarre bird that needed to be relocated because it didn’t look native. When asked to describe the bird, which turned out to be a Chucker, the caller said it looked like, “A pheasant mixed with a penguin.”
  • 3:15 p.m.: Greeley police responded to a restaurant in the 3000 block of 23rd Avenue for a report of a man who was refusing to leave without a refund because the restaurant served his girlfriend stale noodles.

Tuesday, May 12

  • 6 p.m.: Evans police responded to 49th Street and 35th Avenue for a report of a suspicious camper with people inside, “Watching the river. I don’t know what they are doing.”

Wednesday, May 13

  • 12:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to 15th Avenue for a report of kids lying down in the road, cussing at adults and generally being little punks.
  • 8 p.m.: Evans police responded to 40th and Boulder streets for a report of a weird guy walking around Evans wearing a Santa Claus hat.

Thursday, May 14

  • 4:30 p.m.: Evans police responded to the 1100 block of 37th Street for a request by a parent to scare her children straight for not behaving. Officers told the woman they don’t scare children straight because police are their friends. They provided other suggestions on how to bring her kids in line.
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