80°F
weather icon Clear

Police Blotter

Sept. 13, 9:40 a.m.

A woman arrived at the police department to complain that after her boyfriend died, his children had changed the locks on the property they shared and stole belongings inside.

Sept. 13, 10:44 a.m.

A woman complained that approximately $4,000 worth of jewelry had been stolen by two men who had been hired to replace flooring in her home in August.

Sept. 13, 2:32 p.m.

A caller requested aid from park rangers to help a man who was attempting to commit suicide by jumping from a bridge. When responders arrived they were able to take the man under their control after bystanders had prevented him from jumping.

Sept. 13, 10:40 p.m.

A woman called police for help with her son who she said was out of control and trying to kill her. Officers spoke with the young man about being mean to his mother and sister.

Sept. 14, 5:18 p.m.

A man complained to police that a company vehicle he had an employee drive to California had not been returned and that he no longer was able to reach the employee.

Sept. 14, 6:22 p.m.

A man called police to complain about 10 turtles that had been left in a home by a previous tenant; he was worried they had not been fed in days. The tenant was advised that if the animals were not picked up by the following morning, they would be taken by animal control.

Sept. 15, 6:49 p.m.

A caller complained to police that two or three children were at the park, in a playground area, throwing rocks at the bighorn sheep; authorities did not locate any injured sheep.

Sept. 16, 12:46 p.m.

A man complained at the police department that a former employee broke into his laptop, deleted information and made false claims regarding his business. Officers informed the man that it was a civil matter until further investigation could be completed.

Sept. 17, 7:12 a.m.

Officers found a young man seated on a curb falling asleep; he had a odor of alcohol on his breath. After at first denying drinking, the man admitted to it. The officers gave him a courtesy ride home and warned him against drinking.

THE LATEST
The Eagle has landed

City crews help align the eagle at the new welcome sign Monday morning. The $75,000 sign, which is funded by the city, will not only welcome those coming to town but also honors the Boulder City High School Eagles.

Tract 350 sale approved

Whether it will be enough to fund the projected $40 million-plus pool complex the city would like to build is still — given the realities of the current inflationary economic environment — an open question.

City’s pet licensing proposal still in limbo

As the proposal to allow for a license for pet breeding, as well as the keeping of more animals than the three currently allowed by city code that came within inches of becoming law in March of this year, appears to be in some kind of limbo. After it was tabled, and has not yet been rescheduled to come back before the city council, a related case recently came before the municipal court.

Students learn the fine art of guitar making

Jimi Hendrix, considered by many to be the greatest guitarist ever, once said of his craft, “Sometimes you want to give up the guitar, you’ll hate the guitar. But if you stick with it, you’ll be rewarded.”