Parker-area crime briefs


Car damaged night before move

A Douglas County sheriff’s deputy responded Aug. 20 to the 4900 block of Raintree Drive on a report of damage to a vehicle. The female victim, who was preparing to move out of state the following day, said four vehicles were parked outside the home, but hers was the only one that was vandalized.

She reported scratches on all four sides of the car and one tire was unable to hold air. She estimated about $4,000 worth of damage. Three liquor bottles also were thrown onto the driveway and smashed.

The victim said she worked for a bail bond company two years ago and now is working for the Federal Monetary Bureau. The deputy noted that he would be deactivating the case unless a fingerprint he collected leads to a suspect.

Shoplifter allegedly punches worker

At 4:37 p.m. Aug. 22, Parker police were dispatched on a report of a shoplifting at King Soopers on Lincoln Avenue. An employee from King Soopers chased the suspect, who was tossing stolen items on the ground as he ran away.

The employee continued to run after the male and recorded him with his phone.  The suspect stopped, confronted the employee to tell him to stop recording him and punched him in the face. The 22-year-old suspect was arrested and faced shoplifting and assault charges.

Indecent exposure reported

Around 12:30 p.m. Aug. 24, Parker police officers were dispatched to Costco in response to an indecent exposure call. The Costco manager was advised by a woman that a man had exposed himself while in a white SUV in the southeast corner of the parking lot.

The manager did not have any information on the female reporting the incident. Officers attempted to locate the man and were unsuccessful.

Window reportedly shot at

About 9 p.m. Aug. 25, officers responded to 19960 Clubhouse Drive for a “damage to property” call. The reporting person said someone shot an airsoft gun at his child’s bedroom window, causing damage.

The victim went outside in an attempt to see who shot the window, as he heard it occur from inside. Responding officers were unable to locate any suspects.

Three cars broken into

At 1:26 p.m. Aug. 25, Parker police officers were dispatched to the 16000 block of Boreas Court on a report of a criminal trespass. Three vehicles had been broken into overnight and items stolen. All three vehicles had been left unlocked.


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