PoliceFiles

Monday, April 9

Suspicious circumstances: E. Indiana Avenue, a resident reported she discovered the sliding-glass rear window of her husband’s truck was broken out.

Distribution / possession of a controlled substance / possession paraphernalia / fictitious plates / driving under restraint / warrant arrest: Welch Avenue, a 33-year-old homeless woman stopped for a traffic violation was found to be in possession of over 20 grams of methamphetamine. Also had cocaine, hydrocodone and morphine. Booked.

Criminal possession of a financial device: First Street and Bunyan Avenue, two people in a vehicle were contacted for a traffic violation. Both were arrested on warrants. They were also in possession of a debit card belonging to someone else. Booked.

Underage consumption and possession of marijuana: North Second Street, two 19-year-old women were stopped for driving with a broken headlight. The driver showed strong signs of marijuana intoxication during voluntary roadside maneuvers. She was booked on charges of driving under the influence of drugs (DUID and driving a defective vehicle. Both women were charged for underage consumption of marijuana. 

Tuesday, April 10

Assist to Colorado State Patrol (CSP): W. County Road (CR) 10E / S. Highway 287 a 31-year-old homeless man from Thornton was contacted by CSP in a stolen vehicle and initially was cooperative. Upon arrival of Larimer County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) deputies, the man was holding a pistol by his side and attempted to take the trooper’s vehicle. A foot pursuit ensued eastbound into a residential construction area by the deputy. At this location the man stole/carjacked a white Ford work van then left the area, last seen westbound on CR 10E from Highway 287. However, a reckless report of a similar vehicle likely places the vehicle eastbound on Highway 56 from Berthoud a short time later. An interview with the man’s girlfriend, who was in the stolen truck, established he made statements just before he got out of the truck that he was going to use the pistol on law enforcement. This man was later located in the Metro area by U.S. Marshalls and was shot and killed.

Wednesday, April 11

Criminal mischief: Sioux Drive, a resident reported someone broke out his driver’s side window last night. Vehicle was parked on the road in front of his house.

Unauthorized use of financial trans device: Great Basin Court, a resident left his cell phone, that doubles as his credit card holder, at a business on Saturday night. Someone took his phone home but returned it to the bar the next day.

Vehicle crash / minor injury: Berthoud Parkway and CR 10E, a driver failed to yield the right of way to another vehicle. The second vehicle broadsided the first vehicle.

Disorderly conduct: Woodcock Street, a resident went to another residence looking to fight with the occupant. He also caused a disturbance outside the main office. The man was charged with disorderly conduct and trespassed from the building and the main office.

Thursday, April 12

Theft: First Street, a resident reported theft of aluminum scrap occurred over the last seven days. “Suspects” may be people he agreed to sell the scrap to.

Criminal mischief / tampering: Canyonlands Street, someone super-glued newly-elected town trustee’s mailbox closed. Mail service was disrupted for a few days and the USPS had to replace the lock. Children are not the problem. It’s the adults who act like a child.

Friday, April 13

Civil standby: Canyonlands Street, a mother requested an informal civil standby to pick up her son’s lacrosse gear from her ex’s house.

Detox hold: E. Michigan Avenue, a resident transported by medical with a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit.

Saturday, April 14

Assault / domestic violence: E. Michigan Avenue, a woman called to report her husband hit her and threw her to the ground last night. Her 16-year-old son took his father to a motel for the night.

Sunday, April 15

Assist to medical facility: Franklin Avenue, a resident slapped another resident on the shoulder.

Criminal mischief: Sixth Street, a resident reported someone drove over his waterspouts from his house smashing them. It looks like the work of the itsy bitsy spider.

Code Enforcement:

Animal problems – 5

Vehicle problems – 11

Other ordinance problems – 10

 

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