County Cops

Incomplete return

A 20-year-old Brazilian tourist called police to report that she lost her wallet during a cab ride.

She said that she had taken a cab, and she had the wallet. She then noticed it missing after arriving at her destination. The woman immediately called the taxi, and they checked with the driver, who didn’t have the wallet.

The woman said her wallet contained credit cards, her driver’s license, U.S. money and Brazilian money. The day after she reported it missing, the woman called the sheriff’s office to report that her wallet had been returned to her by an unknown woman, but that the U.S. money and one credit card was missing.

Looking for Unit B

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In Avon, a deputy was dispatched to a disturbance.

A 23-year-old man had kicked and broken the front door to the dwelling of another 23-year-old man. The victim told police that his security alarm went off as he heard someone knocking hard on the front door to his apartment. The man entered the residence and the victim could tell that he was drunk and didn’t know where he was.

The victim said he tried to tell the intruder that he was in the wrong residence when he tried walking towards the back of the apartment. The drunk man kept saying he needed to be in Unit B, and the victim said he kept telling the other man that he was actually in Unit A. The victim said the man left and never got physical with him, but that he had broken his door.

When the deputy interviewed the man, he admitted that he was confused and that he was very sorry. He was summonsed for criminal mischief.

Wallet lifted

A deputy was dispatched to Beaver Creek Resort because a 44-year-old Illinois woman called in to report a stolen wallet.

She said that she had been to multiple places and that she wasn’t sure exactly where she lost the wallet. She said the wallet had been inside her backpack and had her drivers license, credit cards and about $40 cash inside.

Arguing nets ticket

Near Avon, a deputy pulled over a 38-year-old man who was weaving in and out of traffic.

The deputy asked the man if he had recently been drinking and he replied that he had consumed some beers and some tacos. The deputy asked the driver if he’d be willing to perform roadside maneuvers, and the driver responded “I don’t have to do it if I don’t want to” and then proceeded to argue with the deputy, explaining that he was “just texting and had found his dog running along side his truck.”

The man said he believed someone had let his dog out of his vehicle and he kept arguing with the deputy about off-topic subjects. After further investigation, the man was summonsed and transported for processing.

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