Posted on February 14, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Police are seeking help in locating this person.
Detectives seek help from public in identifying a “person of interest”
By Summit Voice
Breckenridge Police have released composite sketches, based on witness descriptions, of a person of interest in an assault that occurred January 28 in the Tonopah parking lot on the east side of La Cima Mall in Breckenridge, where two individuals were stabbed.
This individual was in the area of La Cima Mall/ Tonopah Parking lot at approximately 10:30 p.m. A green hooded sweatshirt with an Alma logo on the upper left side was located at the scene; it is believed this person may have been wearing this sweatshirt. A small dark colored sedan may be associated with this individual.
Please Contact Detective Alex Blank or Detective Kylor Dossett at the Breckenridge Police Department if you have any information regarding this case at (970) 453-2941 or non-emergent dispatch at (970) 668-8600.
A police sketch of a person of interest in a Jan. 28 stabbing in Breckenridge.
Breckenridge PD officers were dispatched to the scene about 10;30 p.m. on January 28, but found no unusual activity; however, about one hour later, a 23-year-old male arrived at St. Anthony’s with a stab wound, where he was treated by staff then transferred to a hospital in Denver.
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Posted on March 29, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
Law enforcement officers will patrol the slopes of Breckenridge April 1 to discourage harrassment of tourists.
‘Zero tolerance’ on April 1 for illegal and disrespectful behavior
By Bob Berwyn
SUMMIT COUNTY — The Breckenridge Police Department says it will help the ski resort crack down on April 1 “Gaper Day” shenanigans, an occasion when some people have made fun of visiting tourists.
While the practice has sometimes been dismissed as harmless late-season fun, the harassment has sometimes turned mean-spirited, prompting concern among tourism officials.
“April 1 has been a busy day for us the past four to six years,” said Breckenridge Police Department spokesperson Kim Green. “The ski area has been asking for our involvement.”
In the past few years, Green said police officers have issued citations for violations of open container laws, as well as cannabis infractions. Asked about harassment of tourists, Green cited incidents of locals being rude and verbally abusive to visitors, for example skiing too close and spraying them with snow. Continue reading
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Posted on February 14, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
Breckenridge police officers arrest two teens armed with handguns and knives.
New Mexico juveniles said the felt they needed protection
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — Police officers in Breckenridge Colorado last week arrested two 17-year-old males from New Mexico for illegal possession of a handgun and illegally carrying a concealed weapon after they showed a .40 caliber semi-automatic Smith & Wesson to an off-duty Arvada policeman. The handgun was loaded with 13 hollow-point bullets in the magazine.
According to the off-duty cop, he noticed the weapon when one of the juveniles raised his jacket, revealing the handle of the gun. When he asked if he could see the gun, the juvenile handed it to the police officer, who called 911 and waited with the two juveniles until Breckenridge police officers arrived at the scene. Continue reading
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Posted on June 24, 2010 by Bob Berwyn
A base area lodge at Breckenridge Ski Area was recently burglarized, and police have arrested a suspect.
Littleton man identified by surveillance equipment that was installed by the company he worked for
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — Breckenridge police this week arrested a suspect in a series of burglaries at One Ski Hill place after the man was filmed by surveillance equipment that was installed by the company he worked for.
James Harry Maenner, 40, of Littleton, was employed by Media Logix, a company hired to install security cameras and audio/media sound systems at One Ski Hill Place. Continue reading
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