"A Boulder police officer observed a man sitting in a partially enclosed patio area directly behind a 'Private Property' sign and initiated contact with the man to determine if he was allowed to be on the property," the department said.
After the man said he was a resident of the property and provided ID, the incident continued.
"The officer detained the man to investigate further and made a request over the radio for additional assistance to respond, indicating that the person was uncooperative and unwilling to put down a blunt object."
Those picture perfect posts matched up against the actual reality of the situation. Everyone wants to look their best in photos they share online and through social media. The truth is reality can be quite a different story than those "perfect" photos taken at just the right angle, with the right filter, and a little bit of touch up.
Doorbell cameras are designed to identify visitors and catch would-be porch pirates. But sometimes, they capture much wackier things, including wild animals, goofy kids, dancing mailmen and sweet moments between spouses heading off for work. InsideEdition.com rounded up some of the best ones we've seen here.
A fortunately pedestrian narrowly avoided being crushed by falling bricks yesterday as he walked past a collapsing building in high winds – with 80mph gusts on the way this week thanks to Storm Gareth as conditions worsen.
CCTV footage showed the man strolling along the busy pavement in Hackney, East London, when a mass of bricks and rubble crashed to the ground in a cloud of dust just seconds after he walked past a café.
The man narrowly missed being crushed by the collapsing building. London Fire Brigade said no one was hurt in the incident on Stoke Newington High Street but the clean-up of the rubble took almost two hours.
Photographs showed a huge pile of fallen bricks and debris littering the street. It comes as high winds wreaked havoc across Britain as roads were closed due to damage from extreme weather.
After days of storms, forecasters have warned that Britain is about to be battered by the worst period of weather since last year's Beast from the East.