TRUMP FAMILY WILL VACATION IN ASPEN THIS WEEKEND
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).”