Drunken bums trespass at new construction site on N. Broadway nightly


By Max R. Weller

See the National Weather Service forecast for Boulder, CO. I was hoping that cold and rainy conditions for a few days would drive the unwashed, pickled idjits off the wall in front of the Mexican restaurant in the 4900 block of N. Broadway and away from the corner of U.S. 36 — but they’ve now discovered that the chain link fence surrounding this new building site across the street has a gap for workers to walk through, and it’s left open 24 hours a day. That’s where the bums stay overnight, no doubt peeing and crapping on the floor inside along with leaving their cigarette butts and empty vodka bottles behind. When I came walking by at 5AM, registered sex offender Austin Gibson and his pal Steve were stumbling out of this private property, and they weren’t packing out any trash bags:


Remember, this creepy old alcoholic child molester would NOT even be in this neighborhood if he hadn’t been in the Transition Program at Boulder Shelter for the Homeless at one point, until he was kicked out for misbehavior. But once there, the losers keep returning like a bad penny to spread Peace and Joy to business owners, workers, and residents of the nearby Dakota Ridge subdivision. Drunk Donna, evicted from Housing First, is another fine example of a sociopathic bum that the clueless do-gooders want you to overlook.

It’s always gratifying to the Homeless Philosopher when staff members or volunteers or homeless clients at BSH introduce themselves to me and say that they read this blog. It happened again this morning, and as always it brightened my day.

I’ll e-mail this blog post to Boulder City Council, but will leave it to some other concerned citizen to notify Boulder PD and / or Boulder County Sheriff’s Office (I’m not entirely clear about which law enforcement agency has jurisdiction over this construction site). City officers and county deputies already know that I have no problem with helping stop the wrongdoers whenever they appear in this area; it would be advantageous for more folks to get involved in reporting crimes, however.

We can be sure that Boulder’s homeless shelter / services industry will continue to enable the riffraff, even as they tell the local news media that everything is fine.

Tonight at my OUTDOOR campsite: whatever is on sale and looks tasty at King Soopers on Table Mesa.



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