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On May 12 at 2:09 p.m., police were called to 1600 Manford Avenue on a report of a disturbance at the high school. Two males, one 18, one 17, were both cited for disorderly conduct.

On May 12, a 73 year old Estes Park resident reported to police that he was a victim of internet fraud. The man told police that he had received an email from Ireland, telling of an employment opportunity. The scam told of money orders which would be sent to the man, he should cash the money orders, keep 10% of the money for himself and wire the rest of the funds overseas. The bank soon contacted the Estes Park man, telling him the money orders were counterfeit. The victim of this scam lost over $9,500. Police urge residents to be very careful of any internet offer such as this, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If you have any questions about an email you have received, before attempting to reply, either delete the email or call the police department at 586-4000 and they can help you determine whether it is a scam or not.

On May 14 at 4:42 p.m., police arrested a 38 year old woman from Loveland who was in violation of a restraining order. She was transported to Larimer County Detention Center.

On May 15 at 11:29 p.m. police stopped the driver of a vehicle at the corner of Graves Ave. and Highway 7. The driver, a 23 year old male from Estes Park refused an alcohol breath or blood test and was charged with DUI, no proof of insurance and open container. He was later transported to Larimer County Detention Center.

On May 17, at 8:36 a.m., police received a report of a break-in at 247 W. Elkhorn Avenue, the Wapiti Restaurant. There was damage to property and cash taken from the establishment. If anyone has any information about this crime, please contact Detective Rick Life at the Estes Park Police Department at 586-4000.

On May 17 at 4:08, police were called to 461 E. Wonderview Ave., True Value Hardware, on a report of a shoplifting incident. The suspect, an approximately 60 year old male, was captured on surveillance video, stealing from the store. Police are currently investigating the video.

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