On August 19, 2020 Severance Police were dispatched to the 300 block of Mt. Bross Avenue to investigate a prior disturbance. An Investigation led to the issuance of an arrest warrant for Kyle Bertsch, age 35, of Severance, on the charges of 2nd degree assault and domestic violence. Severance Police Officers attempted to stop him in his vehicle on the warrant and a short pursuit ensued and the pursuit was called off by Severance Police for public safety reasons. Other agencies attempted to stop him and other pursuits in other jurisdictions also took place. He returned home in the late evening hours of August 19th, 2020 and refused to come out of his residence. Due to violent nature of the issued warrant, and refusal to cooperate, Weld County SWAT team was dispatched along with Weld County Sheriff’s Office to assist The Severance Police Department. He was apprehended at 12:35 pm on August 20, 2020 by Weld County SWAT and turned over to Severance Police who booked him into Weld County Jail on the warrant and additional charge of vehicular eluding, a class 5 felony. No further information will be released as other agencies have ongoing investigations for additional charges. Severance Police Department appreciates the assistance provided by Eaton Police Department, Windsor Police Department, and Weld County Sheriff’s Office in this complex and protracted incident.
The county dedicated $2 million from its own economic development fund, which co…
The county dedicated $2 million from its own economic development fund, which consists of unclaimed property tax incentives, to provide further relief to service industries that continue to be negativelyimpacted by COVID-19 restrictions.
Service industry businesses affected by state restrictions can apply for relief funds through January 31st at https://weldrecovery.com/guidelines/. Recipients will be notified of awarded funds on a biweekly basis.
2021 is a new year and a fresh start! This year you can focus on learning how we…
2021 is a new year and a fresh start! This year you can focus on learning how well you know your home?
These are all important things you should be aware of in case of an emergency – and you should also haveyour Community Connect profiled created. If you don’t already – start the New Year off right by completing this resolution, and let’s make for a safe and prepared 2021.
Have you recently replaced your “old and busted” smoke alarms with some “new hot…
Have you recently replaced your “old and busted” smoke alarms with some “new hotness” smoke alarms?
Smoke alarms expire after 10 years and new ones should be installed. If you have replaced your expired alarmsthey can be disposed of in the following way:
1. If they have a battery, remove the battery for recycling.
2. If they have a sealed compartment, leave it sealed and do not try to take apart the alarm.
3. Dispose of the smoke alarm with your normal trash after removing the batteries.
If you have any questions please email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can give you further information about smoke alarm disposal.
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