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Furious ex-girlfriend trashes home

Steve Lynn
Vail, CO Colorado

EAGLE-VAIL ” A ex-girlfriend who found another woman in her ex-boyfriend’s home said she was pregnant and threw candles everywhere, according to an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report.

The ex-boyfriend, 38, had been with the ex-girlfriend, 27, for a year and recently broke up with her. The ex-girlfriend had not taken it well and had been calling him several times in the past week, the man said.

That night, the ex-girlfriend came over uninvited and knocked on the door several times. The door began to rattle from the woman shaking it.

The man ran to the door just as it was opening and pushed it shut when he saw his ex-girlfriend through the peep hole.

The 23-year-old woman went upstairs and hid in the bathroom.

The ex-girlfriend got inside and saw a bottle of champagne on the table and several lit candles and started screaming and yelling. She threw a candle against the wall, pushed her way past the ex-boyfriend and went upstairs. The ex-boyfriend followed her.

The woman smashed candles in a room and yelled that she was pregnant as she carried a pregnancy test. The ex-boyfriend called 911.

Wax was smeared against the walls, broken glass was scattered on the floor and the ex-girlfriend was crying when sheriff’s deputies arrived.

She was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, harassment, violation of a restraining order and on a warrant for failing to appear in court.

EAGLE ” The large chef sculpture that greets bowlers in Eagle is back at his post.

Witnesses said the men who stole the chef from the Back Bowl lived in Avon and gave a description of their car. Sheriff’s deputies caught up with the car at the Interstate 70 off ramp and saw the sculpture in the back seat.

At first, the passenger said the sculpture was taken from a friend’s house. Then the men admitted to stealing it.

Some marijuana and a pipe were found in the car. The sculpture was returned to the bowling alley.

The driver was drunk and was arrested on suspicion of driving while ability impaired.

GYPSUM ” An upset, drunken woman hit her boyfriend while he was watching the World Series, according to an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report.

The boyfriend was watching the World Series when his drunken girlfriend got home. The boyfriend’s son said his father and the girlfriend got into an argument. Then he heard the girlfriend hit his father, whose mouth was cut.

The woman refused to talk about it, but repeated that she didn’t like baseball.

The boyfriend said he wouldn’t hit back because he was a gentleman and gave her three minutes to leave the house or he would call police, the son said.

The boyfriend said he didn’t want his girlfriend arrested. He wanted her to leave and not come back.

The woman was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and assault.

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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