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Deputy Gifford was dispatched on August 25th in reference to an attempted credit card fraud. The caller indicated her credit card company called and said someone had used her card to order a new computer and had it shipped to a Colorado Springs address.
The address was turned over to the Visa fraud division and the card was cancelled.
On August 21st deputies handled a call in regard to a cell phone that got water on it at a birthday party. The phone was ruined and the caller wanted to press criminal mischief charges. The caller was advised that since there was no “intent” there was no crime.
On August 16th Deputy DeBiase took a phone call concerning a possible burglary in Beulah. The caller responded that between August 5-14 someone had broken into their cabin and some out buildings.
The padlock had been cut off of the cellar but nothing seemed to be gone in that location. A chain saw was missing from a shed. In the cabin a gun and tool box were taken. There was no serial number available for the gun.
The tools and chain saw were valued at nearly $300, the gun was a 1940’s gun and a value was not determined.