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Drunken Gypsum man wrestles landlord

Steve Lynn
Vail, CO Colorado

GYPSUM, Colorado ” A drunken man who wrestled with his landlord was found soaked with blood, according to an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report.

The landlord, who had the flu, was sleeping when his month-to-month tenant banged on the landlord’s door, yelled and came into the landlord’s home.

The landlord told the tenant to leave. The tenant refused and the men began to wrestle. They rolled down a set of stairs and the landlord called 911.

Then the tenant brought a carpenter’s triangle, a measuring tool, into the home to hurt the landlord, but the landlord’s door was locked.

The tenant had a gash on his head and blood on his hands and shirt and there was blood throughout the landlord’s home when a sheriff’s deputy arrived.

The tenant said he and his landlord were friends and that the landlord had pushed him down the stairs. The landlord wanted the tenant, to whom he had been renting for about six months, to leave.

The tenant was taken to jail after he went to the hospital.

BEAVER CREEK ” Two expensive antique posters may have been stolen from a business when its owner went to get lunch, according to an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report.

The owner had been trying to sell the posters to someone overseas and was waiting for the credit card transaction to go through. He left his business’ doors unlocked for less than five minutes to go order lunch and came back.

Then the owner left for about 15 minutes to pick up his lunch. He left his business’ doors unlocked again because he thought Beaver Creek was safe, he said.

Both posters were about three feet tall and two feet wide. One poster, worth $18,000, was of a woman wearing a dress. The other was colorful and worth $9,200.

DOTSERO “Almost $9,000 in Christmas presents and other belongings were stolen from a Dotsero couple’s home on Christmas Eve, according to an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report.

When the couple came home from shopping, all of the wrapped presents that had been under their Christmas tree were gone along with their DVD player and about 400 DVDs.

A window had been broken and a package with two video game consoles for their son also was missing. The front door to the home had been locked, but the back door was left open.

A neighbor said two cars had been cruising in the neighborhood earlier in the day. He let officers search his home and the missing belongings were not found.

EAGLE ” A drunken woman slapped a sheriff’s deputy twice and called him “mean,” according to police.

The drunken woman had assaulted another woman during an argument about a home improvement project.

The drunken woman was standing outside with a boy wearing pajamas and cowboy boots when police arrived.

When the drunken woman was put in a police car, she kicked the sheriff’s deputy.

The woman’s charges included felony assault on an officer.

RED CLIFF ” A man called his wife after he got his snowmobile stuck in deep snow, and she called the cops, according to an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report.

The man called his wife on his cell phone and she called the Sheriff’s Office about 3:30 p.m. asking for help.

She was concerned that her husband was out of breath and that the sun would set soon. As rescuers were preparing to search for the man, he walked out of the woods nearby unharmed.

The Eagle Valley Enterprise contributed to this article. Staff Writer Steve Lynn can be reached at 748-2931 or slynn@vaildaily.com.


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