Listen: Lauren Boebert’s neighbors’ 911 calls describe threats, husband running over mailbox

“I’m sure he’s loaded to the hilt. Do you know who his wife is? Lauren Boebert. She’s loaded. They all have guns,” one neighbor told 911 dispatchers.

In this Sept. 16, 2021, file photo U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colorado, right, speaks during a Second Amendment Rally at a gun store in Midland, Texas. Colorado state Sen. Kerry Donovan, a leading Democratic challenger to Boebert in next year's election, has suspended fundraising for her campaign after the state's independent congressional redistricting commission approved a map that places Donovan's residence in another district. (Eli Hartman/Odessa American via AP, File)
In this Sept. 16, 2021, file photo U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colorado, right, speaks during a Second Amendment Rally at a gun store in Midland, Texas. Colorado state Sen. Kerry Donovan, a leading Democratic challenger to Boebert in next year’s election, has suspended fundraising for her campaign after the state’s independent congressional redistricting commission approved a map that places Donovan’s residence in another district. (Eli Hartman/Odessa American via AP, File)
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Garfield County Sheriff’s deputies decided to let neighbors of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert settle a dispute between themselves and the congresswoman’s husband after he reportedly threatened them and destroyed their mailbox.

But 911 calls from the incident, obtained by The Denver Post, show just how upset and nervous the neighbors were over their run-in with Boebert’s husband, Jayson Boebert.

The calls also provide additional context into what the neighbors, in Silt, said amounted to excessive speeding, property damage, possible drunken driving and threats made from a man whose family openly and regularly carries their firearms.

“I’m sure he’s loaded to the hilt. Do you know who his wife is? Lauren Boebert. She’s loaded. They all have guns,” one neighbor told a 911 dispatcher. “He just got chest to chest, face to face, looking to fight.”

That additional context from the calls appears to match the limited information available in reports from Garfield County deputies. But still, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Walter Stowe refused to say why deputies didn’t investigate further and would not provide any additional information.

WARNING: This audio contains graphic language and has been edited to remove identifiable information of the callers such as names and addresses.

 

 

The apparent inaction drove the head of American Muckrakers — a political group looking to oust Boebert — to ask Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, the local district attorney and the Colorado Bureau of Investigations to investigate the relationship between the congresswoman’s family and the Sheriff’s Office.

“This was clearly a serious situation as there were two 911 calls, five deputies and at least four families involved,” David Wheeler, head of American Muckrakers, wrote in an email asking for the investigation.

The incident began in the evening hours of Aug. 4, after a neighbor flagged down one of Boebert’s sons asking him to stop speeding up and down their street in a dune buggy, according to the calls and a short incident report filed by deputies.

“He’s going like 50 miles an hour and this is a residential lane, there’s kids,” one neighbor, told 911 dispatchers, according to the audio. “We tried to stop him and he’d just freakin’ cuss at us and just left.”

That neighbor could not immediately be reached for comment, but she was so flustered that she had a difficult time recalling her own phone number when asked by the dispatcher.

“It’s the Boeberts, if you know who the Boeberts are,” she said. “I need the sheriff out here.”

“Our wonderful congresswoman,” someone else said in the background.

By the time the second neighbor called 911, deputies hadn’t yet arrived. During that call, Jayson Boebert reportedly began to run the second neighbor’s mailbox over in a truck.

“There’s about to be some s— going down here,” the second neighbor told dispatchers. “It’s Lauren Boebert’s jackass husband, Jayson Boebert.”

During the call the second neighbor can be heard yelling at Jayson Boebert.

“Stop, you jackass! Get the f— out of here,” he yelled. “Come on, man. What are you doing? What did we do wrong?”

Jayson Boebert did not respond to a message seeking comment, nor did the second neighbor. However, over the phone, the second neighbor told the 911 dispatcher that Jayson Boebert had driven to their house with his son “trying to claim that someone took a swing at his kid and nobody did.”

He calls Jayson Boebert “dumb as a post” and “irrational,” then expresses concern about the being threatened and more.

“Jayson’s probably drunk. You could probably get him for a DUI, he just drove down here,” he said.

Eventually deputies arrived and Sheriff Lou Vallario previously told The Post that everybody had “agreed to work it out as neighbors. No charges. No further action.”

Confronted about the additional context provided by the 911 calls, Stowe on Friday would not, however, say whether deputies declined to investigate further.

Lawrence Pacheco, a spokesman for Attorney General Phil Weiser, confirmed the office had received Wheeler’s request to investigate Wheeler’s message. Representatives from the Colorado Bureau of Investigations and 9th Judicial District Attorney Jefferson Cheney’s office did not immediately reply to requests for comment.

Jayson Boebert was previously arrested in 2004 and pleaded guilty to public indecency and lewd exposure after exposing himself to two minors in a bowling alley. The congresswoman who is not mentioned in any account as being present during the Aug. 4 incident also has a history of minor arrests and failures to appear in court. Vallario supported her first run for office in 2020.

Lauren Boebert is currently running for a second term in Congress against former Aspen City Councilman Adam Frisch.

 

Gustav2 • 42 minutes ago • edited

This riding dirt bikes, etc. thru neighborhoods, violating noise, speed, and licensing laws has become the antigovernment thing to do for a certain type.

They move into an area for safety from the other and become the nightmare they think they left behind.

clay • 44 minutes ago • edited

“They’re loaded.” Three possible meanings, but probably not about money.

crewman • an hour ago

Talk about nightmare neighbors. If the neighbor wanted to move, they’d probably have trouble selling their home because who would want to live next to this entitled white trash.

Susan Montgomery • 36 minutes ago

“Sheriff’s deputies decided to let neighbors of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert settle”

Is that a polite way of saying “the cops didn’t do shit”?

rednekokie • 30 minutes ago

How the hell do people such as this scumbag ever get elected to public office? Has the electorate gone totally mad?

Jerry Kott Happy_Housewife • a few seconds ago

It is an entirely different Reality. We receive a message on line from a neighbor who clearly despises us and she doesn’t even know us. The Pecking order that many live by was established decades earlier when they all roamed the Halls of the local High School. Ground Hog Day on a loop.

Susan Montgomery rednekokie • 29 minutes ago

Yes. I think that there’s a kind of establishment fatigue, too. Given how badly our schools have declined, the idea of what the electorate finds “relatable” has gotten really low.

Jerry Kott Susan Montgomery • 10 minutes ago

When we as a culture keep pressing the snooze button each time we get a wake up call, this is where we are. When you have millions willfully resisting a vax to protect the collective, your answer is in that mess. Just make sure all your recording devices are fully charged when you leave your home.

Makoto • 35 minutes ago

Drunkenly gets into a fight over destroying a mailbox.. while packing heat.. why yes, I’m sure that’s exactly what the Founding Fathers intended when they wrote the 2nd Amendment, with no care to things like “well regulated” or anything silly like that.

99sdad • an hour ago

And these people still walk the streets. More reason to just stay home.

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