Do you read the Blotter in the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel? Perhaps things aren't all that bad in the valley. Check out the "Close Encounters of the Weird Kind" with these Greeley Police Department reports.

Personally, I stopped reading the Blotter for fear I would lose all faith in the human race. After reading these reports taken from the Greeley Police Department's daily logs, I may have a change of heart. Grand Junction has it made in the shade. Yes, we get the occasional stolen bike, DUI, and a fight or two, but rarely do we see anything like this.

I published a post about this a month ago, and it was a huge hit. So, let's take a look at what has transpired in Greeley over the last month. After reading this, I think you'll agree - Grand Junction's blotter isn't all that bad.

  • 1

    Operation Bunny Squish

    March 11

    Greeley police responded to C Street and 35th Avenue for a report of a driver of a Jeep Wrangler who went off-road to try to run over a bunny.

  • 2

    Lights, Camera, Poop

    March 12

    Police responded to the 1300 block of 6th Street for a report of an unauthorized dog poop in the yard. When the caller went to take a picture of it to document it for police, the dog owner came over and slapped the caller’s cellphone out of his hands.

  • 3

    Criminal Mastermind

    March 12

    Police responded to the 1700 block of Fairacre Drive for a report of a woman carrying multiple garbage bags and “acting like she is tweaking.”

  • 4

    Discipline in the Home

    March 12

    Police responded to a Greeley home for a report of a 16-year-old boy who got into a fight over an Xbox with his 70-year-old grandfather. The boy then continued to fight with his father, who popped him in the mouth to “maintain discipline in the home.”

  • 5

    Gym Accessorizing

    March 12

    Police responded to a gym in he 2300 block of 23rd Avenue for a report of a man who threw a high-heeled shoe at another person because he was mad he had to go to work.