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A large con­tin­gent of Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s chil­dren and grand­chil­dren will be va­ca­tion­ing in Aspen this week­end, sources said Thurs­day.

U.S. Se­cret Ser­vice agents met re­cently with mem­bers of the Aspen Po­lice Depart­ment, although they did not ask for as­sis­tance with the Trumps.

The Trump fam­ily is ex­pected to ar­rive in Aspen late Satur­day night or early Sun­day morn­ing, along with about 100 Se­cret Ser­vice agents, a source said.

“It’s a big gath­er­ing,” the source said.

An­other Aspen-area law en­force­ment source said the Trump visi­tors to Aspen will in­clude Don­ald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump and their fam­i­lies. That source, how­ever, said the num­ber of agents in town will prob­a­bly be quite a bit less than 100.

Get­away driver in home in­va­sion sen­tenced to six years of pro­ba­tion B

golden» A wo­man who drove the get­away car in a home in­va­sion in which the wrong house was raided and a res­i­dent stabbed was sen­tenced Thurs­day to six years of pro­ba­tion. Ju­lia John­son, 19, pleaded guilty Jan. 3 to ac­ces­sory to bur­glary. John­son also was sen­tenced to 600 hours of com­mu­nity ser­vice.

John­son is one of four con­victed in the May 16 home in­va­sion and at­tack.

A mid­dle school teacher was stabbed and se­verely in­jured in the in­ci­dent. His wife, also a school­teacher, and their two small chil­dren were home when the home in­va­sion oc­curred. They were not phys­i­cally harmed. The four thought they were in­vad­ing the home of a drug dealer they in­tended to rob, but they tar­geted the wrong home.

Neigh­bor com­plains of flood­ing; po­lice find body

B thorn­ton» Po­lice found a dead body in a unit at the View Point Con­do­mini­ums not long after a neigh­bor complained of flood­ing un­der­neath his baby’s crib. Po­lice en­tered the unit after one of two peo­ple liv­ing in the apart­ment re­turned from a trip to find his room­mate un­der 3 inches of wa­ter. Of­fi­cers said they be­lieve the man died of nat­u­ral causes.

Tourists cited for Boul­der trail graf­fiti B

boul­der» Boul­der Open Space and Moun­tain Parks spokesman Phillip Yates on Wed­nes­day said a ci­ta­tion has been is­sued to Vin­cent En­gen, 20, of Hud­son, Wis., and Daja Lun­gelow, 19, of St. Paul, Minn., for al­legedly spray-paint­ing a mes­sage on a rock along­side Sad­dle Rock Trail on Feb. 9.

That mes­sage, in­di­cat­ing that those re­spon­si­ble need help with spelling along with a les­son in en­vi­ron­men­tal re­spon­si­bil­ity, read, “Ex­plore your mind like u do this for­rest (sic).”

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