Gilpin Sheriff – Long Arm of the Law

On Monday, May 18, a Gilpin County deputy responded to the Shoshoni Yoga Retreat on a report of a suspicious person.  A name, phone number, and license plate were retrieved.  Investigation continues.

On May 18, a deputy conducted a welfare check on a vehicle within unincorporated Gilpin County, Colorado. The driver was arrested for DUID.

On Tuesday, May 19, at approximately 1013 hours, Gilpin County deputies responded to a physical altercation.  An adult male and female were contacted. After further investigation the adult female was arrested and booked into the Gilpin County Jail for Third Degree Assault.

On Wednesday, May 20, at approximately 0749 hours, a deputy contacted a vehicle at approximately Mile Marker 11.1, Highway 119, located in unincorporated Gilpin County, for having only one number plate attached to the vehicle. The driver was revoked as a habitual traffic offender and was arrested.  A case report was later completed.

On Wednesday, May 20, at approximately 0920 hours, a Gilpin County deputy stopped a vehicle on south Highway 119 for no visible registration. An adult male driver was contacted, and was found to have a cancelled driver`s license, a felony warrant out of Larimer County, and two misdemeanor warrants out of Arapahoe County.  The male was arrested, and booked into the Gilpin County jail on the warrants and local charges.

On Wednesday, May 20, at approximately 1815 hours, a deputy took a report of suspicious activity at the Gilpin County Recreation Center. An investigation was begun.

On Thursday, May 21, a Gilpin County Deputy stopped a vehicle on south Highway 119 for a registration violation.  Further investigation revealed the driver had a cancelled driver`s license and could not provide evidence of insurance.  The vehicle was secured on scene, the driver received a summons, and called for a ride.

On Thursday, May 21, a Gilpin County deputy stopped a car for following too close on south Highway 119. An adult female was contacted, and it was found she had a cancelled driver`s license, and no evidence of insurance. The female was summoned and released. A friend of the female came to the scene and picked her up. The car was secured on scene.

On May 21, a deputy completed a Certified VIN Inspection for a resident.

On Friday, May 22, a deputy contacted a driver for speeding. It was later determined the driver of the vehicle was driving on a canceled license.He was issued a summons and proof of service.

On May 22, at approximately 2011 hours, a deputy conducted a traffic stop in south county and arrested the driver.

On Saturday, May 23, at approximately 0107 hours, a deputy conducted a DUI investigation and released the party on a summons.

On May 23, a Gilpin deputy received a call of a potential scam. It was reported an unknown male called a Gilpin resident, claiming to be from a known tech support company. The male scammer gained control of the victim`s computer, accessed the family`s bank account, and attempted to steal money. The potential victim disconnected the caller prior to any theft. The victim was told to go to www.ftc.gov/idtheft for valuable information on protecting her identity.

On May 23, at approximately 1928 hours, deputies located a party with a warrant in the 100 Block of Old Stage Coach Trail,located in Rollinsville, in unincorporated Gilpin County. The party was arrested and transported to the Gilpin County Jail without incident.  A case report was later completed.

On May 23, at approximately 2325 hours, a deputy responded to the Gilpin County Jail to administer an Intoxilyzer breath test for another agency. A report was taken.

On Sunday, May 24, at approximately 0615 hours, a deputy stopped a vehicle for having no visible registration on Highway 119, Mile Post 4.8. The driver was later arrested for driving on a revoked license with a habitual offender status.

On May 24, at approximately 1200 hours, a deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for having expired registration. It was later discovered there was no insurance on the vehicle. A summons was issued to the driver and the vehicle was towed.

On Monday, May 25, at 1306 hours, a Gilpin County Sheriff`s deputy responded to a business in Rollinsville on a report of a theft.  A report was taken, evidence collected, and the investigation continues.

On May 25, a deputy responded to a report of possible property damage that occurred. Photographs of the damage were taken and a report was completed. The reporting party later decided not to pursue criminal charges.

On May 25, a deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver was arrested and taken to the Gilpin County Jail without incident.

On May 25, at approximately 2335 hours, a deputy conducted a traffic stop and arrested the driver for the investigation of Driving Under the Influence.

On Friday, May 29, at approximately 0910 hours, deputies were called to an address in the Dory Lakes Subdivision on a male party who was unconscious. Deputies and medical personnel arrived and found the male party to be intoxicated. He was transported to the hospital and a report was taken.   [

On May 29, at 0954 hours, a Gilpin County deputy received a report of a dispute between neighbors.  Initial investigation revealed one neighbor was upset about possible trespassing, and threatened the other neighbor. Investigation continues.

On May 29, a Gilpin County deputy received a call of an Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) accident.  The Deputy responded to the scene, which was located on private property in mid-county. The adult male OHV rider was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Investigation was completed and a report was filed.

On May 29, at approximately 2155 hours, a deputy conducted a DUI investigation and arrested the driver for the continued investigation of Driving Under the Influence.

On May 29, at approximately 2305 hours, a deputy was assisting Black Hawk Police Department with a traffic stop.  While speaking with the driver, the deputy smelled the distinct odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from the driver`s breath.  After investigation, the Black Hawk Police officer arrested the driver for DWAI.

On Saturday, May 30, at approximately 1901 hours, a deputy responded to the Gilpin County Jail to administer an Intoxilyzer breath test for another agency. A report was taken.

On Sunday, May 31, a deputy was dispatched to a Motor Vehicle Accident that occurred with unincorporated Gilpin County. The driver was later contacted at his place of residence within unincorporated Gilpin County. The driver was later arrested by Colorado State Patrol for DUI.

On May 31, a deputy was dispatched the Z-Stop Gas Station for a possible counterfeit $20.00. It was determined that the bill was counterfeit. There are no suspect leads in the case.

On May 31, a deputy was dispatched to the area of Hwy 119, Mile Marker 11.5, on a shooting complaint.  Several parties were contacted and a report was made.