Jann Scott

Jann Scott

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Jann Scott is the author of this website. His opinions are his alone and are generally the correct opinion. Jann is wiser and older and he has been around.

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Samuel Oriah Cello into for BC!


We ran into Samuel Uriah playing on the Pearl street mall

Araiia String Quartet intros Boulder Channel 1


We came upon thus crew at the Farmers Market and they were so endearing they did a promo spot for us.
Uploaded on Mar 7, 2010

White Rabbit Boulder Creek Festival S O Rock


Uploaded on Jul 4, 2011
Boulder School or Rock “White Rabbit” Creek Fest 2011Hish School band performs Jefferson Airplanes white Rabbit at Boulder Creek Festival Boulder channel 1 was there.Recorded on May 31,

Boulder Horse robs Poker Game


What has this world come to ? You can’t even have a peaceful illegal poker game in your house any more without some animal  robbing it. Its disgraceful.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Media Contacts: 

Shannon Cordingly, Police and Fire PIO, 303-441-3370
Sarah Huntley, Media Relations, 303-441-3155

horse robs house

Horse that robbed the house.

Boulder police investigating residential robbery  Displaying Suspect 1.pngDisplaying Suspect 1.png

Boulder police are investigating a robbery that occurred in a home in the 2100 block of Columbine Avenue.  On May 25, shortly after 11 p.m.

, two men barged into a poker game, threatened the players with a black handgun and then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The first suspect is described as being between 5 feet, six inches to 5 feet, 9 inches and weighs between 215 to 220 pounds. At the time of the incident, the man was wearing a horse mask, dark clothing and was carrying a wooden paddle. The second suspect is described as a Hispanic male with short hair, between 5 feet, 9 inches to 5 feet, 11 inches and weighs 160 to 180 pounds.  At the time of the incident, the man was wearing a dark colored bandana over his face, dark clothing and was armed with a handgun.

A still shot of each suspect captured from the home’s surveillance system is attached.

Anyone who may have additional information on this case should call Detective Heather Frey at 303-441-3369. Those who have information but wish to remain anonymous may contact the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Tips may also be submitted through the Crime Stoppers website at crimeshurt.com. Those submitting tips through Crime Stoppers that lead to the arrest and filing of charges on a suspect(s) may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000 from Crime Stoppers.

Boulder Cops alert sexually violent predator address change. Wow.


Displaying Jobe, Rodney .jpgDisplaying Jobe, Rodney .jpgjobe 3398The Boulder Police Department is releasing information pursuant to the Colorado Revised Statutes, which authorize law enforcement agencies to inform the public when a sex offender moves into the community if the person has been deemed a sexually violent predator.

Rodney Jobe, 48, has been convicted of a sex offense that requires law enforcement registration. Furthermore, he has been determined to present a high potential to re-offend and is subject to community notification regarding his residence in this community.

Jobe originally registered with the Boulder Police Department as a Sexually Violent Predator on March 30, 2016, and community notification was released at that time. Jobe was originally living at the homeless shelter. He moved to 3035 O’Neal Pkwy # T36 on April 13, 2016. A new community notification is being made now because he has a change of address. Jobe will now be living at the homeless shelter. Community members needing more information may contact the Boulder Police Department at 303-441-4332.

The purpose of this notification is to enhance public safety and protection. Vigilantism, or use of this information to harass, threaten, or intimidate any of the following people is criminal behavior and will not be tolerated: the offender, the offender’s significant others and the community notification team.

To view the full bulletin, please visit the Boulder Police Department website.

Robbie Reed Robs Bank; now he’s big in trouble


Chase Bank robbery suspect arrested early this morning
 After several leads, Boulder Police were able to locate a suspect they believe was involved in Monday’s, Sept. 28th robbery at Chase Bank, 3325 18th Street.  At that time, he placed a duffel bag on the counter claiming there was a bomb inside and demanded Reed mug shotmoney.

Robert Reed  ( Rob or Robbie to his friends) is a long time Boulder resident. He has had a long history of drug addiction. alcoholism  and mental illness. He has been in and out of Jail here in Boulder . Everytime he drank or got high he got in trouble. He is well known to Boulder police and to Boulder County mental health.  Everyone tried to help him. When sober he is a happy go lucky guy. But when he drinks or does drugs, the worst comes out in him. Off drugs and alcohol he could manage his life with help. But now he has robbed a bank. Was it a cry for help ??  Knowing Robbie they way we do… probably so. Either ,that or he was in a drug induced blackout .  We are sure Rob is glad that he got caught and stopped. He needs help. He needed to be stopped before he hurt someone.   He is the classic case and reason why we need more alcohol drug treatment in Boulder. Certainly he will get it in Boulder country Jail which doubles as a mental hospital. Will he get it in the Federal Penitentiary where he is headed??

The suspect is identified as Robert John Reed, DOB 05/23/1969.  He was found inside the residence of an acquaintance in the 3000 block of 29th Street, at approximately 3:00 a.m. this morning, hiding inside a closet.  He offered slight resistance, but eventually complied and was taken into custody. Reed was booked into the Boulder County Jail on three active felony warrants, Aggravated Robbery, failing to register as a Sex Offender and Obstructing a Peace Officer.  His mug shot is attached.

The case number is 15-12530.

The Boulder Police Department would like to take this opportunity thank those individuals who called in with information on this case.  This type of community partnership is imperative in helping us solve crimes.

Police are asking anyone who may have additional information on this case to call Detective Kurt Foster at 303-441-4329. Those who have information but wish to remain anonymous may contact the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or 1-800-444-3776. Tips can also be submitted through the Crime Stoppers website atwww.crimeshurt.com. Those submitting tips through Crime Stoppers that lead to the arrest and filing of charges on a suspect(s) may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000 from Crime Stoppers.

A Small Good Thing opens at Boedecker October 11


Award-Winning Film ‘A Small Good Thing’ Coming to Boulder
Boulder resident and Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll explores these questions in her new documentary film, A Small Good Thing, screening at the Boedecker Theater at The Dairy Center for the Arts on Sunday, October 11, 2015.

The feature-length film, which recently won Best Documentary at the Boston International Film Festival, tells the stories of people moving away from the philosophy that “more is better.” It centers on a more holistic concept of well-being − one based on a close connection to themselves, the natural world, and to the greater good.
Produced by Mystic Artists, the film was shot on location in various communities throughout the Berkshires region of Massachusetts.  The film follows innovative farmer Sean Stanton, social work student Tim Durrin and yoga teacher Mark Gerow, whose earlier careers in the armed forces have now shifted to service of a different kind; Jen and Pete Salinetti, a college-educated couple with two small children who have chosen to be farmers as a way to connect with their community; and Shirley Edgerton, a community activist and founder of both the Youth Alive Step Team and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

The film is directed by Boll, who co-executive produced the Academy Award®-winning 2004 film Born into Brothels: Calcutta’s Red Light Kids.  With this new film, she partners with producers, and long-time associates, Paula Kirk and Kerthy Fix. Additionally, the film was edited by Boulder filmmaker T.C. Johnstone, who also directed the acclaimed 2012 film Rising From Ashes. Boll is an artist, filmmaker, writer, activist, and the Executive Producer of ten additional documentaries.
“A Small Good Thing does not pretend to have all the answers,” said Boll. “However, the film asks whether we can change our larger goals as a nation and learn from the rest of the world about the small truths that are the sources of human happiness. I’m so happy to be bringing the film to my adopted hometown of Boulder for these screenings.”
The film screens at 4:30 PM & 7:00 PM at the Boedecker Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302 on Sunday, October 11, 2015.

City of Boulder holiday schedule for 4th of July Weekend


Independence Day (Observed), Friday, July 3


  • All city administrative officesThe Nacho Men - Testify - Band on the Bricks
  • East and West Senior Center
  • Code Enforcement
  • Police Records /Property and Evidence

Open with regular hours:

  • All library branches and Main Library
  • Flatirons Golf Course
  • East Boulder Recreation Center
  • North Boulder Recreation Center
  • South Boulder Recreation Center
  • Boulder Reservoir
  • Pottery Lab
  • Spruce and Scott Carpenter pools
  • Animal Control

Parking: All city meters and garages are free.Motion Underground at Band on the Bricks

Independence Day, Saturday, July 4


  • All city administrative offices
  • All library branches and Main Library
  • East and West Senior Center
  • North Boulder Recreation Center
  • South Boulder Recreation Center
  • Pottery Lab
  • Code Enforcement
  • Police Records /Property and Evidence

Open with revised hours:

  • Boulder Reservoir, 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., with special activities and pricing for the holiday (see Star Spangled Splash event page for times and details)Boulder Farmer’s Market, Boulder Channel 1 giveaway, Fringe Fest and more
  • East Boulder Recreation Center, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Spruce and Scott Carpenter pools (Please see pool schedules for outdoor pool hours.)

Open with regular hours:

  • Flatirons Golf Course
  • Animal Control

Parking: All city meters and garages are free.

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2 black protestors arrested in Boulder during Saturday demonstrations


Joe Harris the black protestor who cursed out Boulder PD two weeks ago landed himself in jail this time for spitting on a motorist and becoming combative during march.

Police arrested two protestors this afternoon during a planned march in Boulder.
The first protester was arrested after a motorist complained to police that the protestor spit on the motorist’s car. The protestor did not have any identification on him and gave the police officer his name and date of birth. The initial clearance indicated he was wanted on several warrants.

An officer arrested the protestor in the 2700 block of Pearl St. and attempted to transport him to the Boulder County Jail, but was surrounded by dozens of people involved in the planned march who blocked the officer from leaving the area.

At this time, another protestor, Joseph Virgil Harris Tolbert (DOB 11/23/1983), became combative with police and refused to cooperate with orders to clear the area around the police car which had been surrounded. Tolbert sat on the hood of the patrol car, preventing the police officer from leaving the area to go to the Boulder County Jail.

Tolbert fought with several officers as he was being arrested and continued to be combative in his efforts to resist being taken into custody. Tolbert was transported to the Boulder County Jail and faces charges of Resisting Arrest and Obstructing a Peace Officer.

Police have released the first protestor who had been arrested on the warrants. There was a miscommunication regarding his social security number and the warrants do not apply to him. He was cooperative during the investigation.

Tolbert has been released from jail on a personal recognizance bond.

The case number is 14-15862. No further information is available and nothing further will be released this weekend.

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