This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message. The incident in the area of Douglas Place and S 8th Street in Berthoud has been resolved. Residents may resume their normal activities. Thank you for your cooperation.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. There is police activity in the area of Douglas Place and S 8th Street in Berthoud. Residents from Spartan Avenue south to Holmes Place to include all residences on Douglas Place and Holmes Place need to shelter in place with doors and windows locked. We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved. Do not call 911 unless you have an emergency.

This is Fort Collins 911 with an update. The police activity in the area of 715 Parker Street has been resolved. Thanks.

This is Fort Collins 911. There Police activity in the area of 715 Parker St. Please shelter in place and stay away from doors and windows. Please lock doors and windows, remain inside your home. We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved. Thanks.

This is the Fort Collins Police Department with an update to the incident in the area of Oakridge and Boardwalk. Fort Collins Police, Poudre Fire Authority and the Northern Colorado Bomb Squad have completed their work in the area, and it is safe to return to your homes or places of business if you were evacuated. We thank you for your patience and cooperation during this incident.

This is the Fort Collins Police Department. Police are investigating a suspicious backpack in the area of Oakridge and Boardwalk in Fort Collins. Out of precaution, the Northern Colorado Bomb Squad is responding to investigate. If you are on Bluestem Ct north of Meadow Dr or the southern part of Hogan Dr south of Player Dr, we ask you please evacuate immediately for your safety. An update will be sent when we have further, please do not call 911 for updates.

NWS has issued a Flash Flood Warning for the Cameron Peak Burn Scar until 1900 hours due to thunderstorms and heavy rain across the area. Excessive rainfall over the burn area will result in debris flows. The debris flows can consist of rock, mud, vegetation and other loose materials. This includes the following locations Jacks Gulch, Lower Pingree Park Road and Crown Point Road

According to the National Weather Service: scattered convective storms are anticipated throughout the burn area all afternoon. 1/4-1/2 inch of moisture is expected. A few of these storms may end up more intense in localized areas which could lead to flooding. Tonight the rain should turn mostly to snow with 1/2 inch of moisture expected overnight. Use caution if traveling or recreating in low lying areas or the Cameron Peak burn area. To sign up for flood information that could impact the Cameron Peak Burn Area, text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777.