Parker-area crime briefs

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Financial documents stolen

Around 4:20 p.m. Nov. 4, a Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to the 6900 block of North Yucca Trail east of Parker on a report of a theft. The victim said he noticed mail missing when his accountant told him that he was missing financial documents on or around Oct. 1.

The victim was out of town last year into January 2013, and when he goes out of town he forwards his mail. His mail was being forwarded to an address in the 11400 block of East Oxen Road. All of the missing mail contained financial information, as well as a check for $1,200.

He contacted Chase Bank and the check was not cashed. He had not checked his credit report and has not received any notifications that his accounts have been accessed. He wanted to report the mail theft in case something comes up in the future.

Woman cited for loose dogs

Shortly before noon Nov. 6, animal service officers were dispatched to the 19000 block of East Hickock Drive in Parker on a dog at large call. Animal services officers found three dogs running at large.

The dogs’ owner, a 53-year-old woman, was unable to produce proof of rabies vaccinations. The dogs were released to the woman, who was subsequently issued a municipal citation for three counts of rabies control and dogs running at large.

Citation follows dog attack

At 3:22 p.m. Nov. 6, animal service officers were dispatched to the 11000 block of Gilcrest Street in Parker on a report of a dog attack that occurred on Nov. 5. The reporting party said she took her dogs for a walk in the area of Foxton Drive and Keota Street when a black dog jumped a fence and attacked one of her dogs. Her dog sustained injuries and had to be treated at a local veterinarian.

Animal service officers responded to the 11000 block of Keota Street and identified the owner of the black dog. A 42-year-old woman was subsequently issued a municipal citation for a vicious dog, dog running at large and rabies control, according to a report from the Parker police.

Prowler flees to vehicle

Approximately 7:50 p.m. Nov. 7, police responded to the 21000 block of Unbridled Avenue in Parker on a report of a prowler. The reporting party said he heard a noise in his backyard and saw a man standing on the back deck.

The suspect is described at 6 feet tall with a slight build, clean shaven, sandy or light brown curly hair, wearing blue jeans, a gray “jacket” and a white shirt. When the suspect saw the homeowner he ran out of the backyard and down Unbridled Avenue then jumped into a waiting vehicle on Swale Avenue.

During the investigation, officers were unable to identify any suspects or additional information. The case was deactivated due to a lack of suspect information.

Man jailed on warrant

Shortly after 3 p.m. Nov. 8, officers responded to the Parker post office at 18695 Pony Express Drive on a report of a suspicious male parked in the employee parking lot.

Officers contacted a 56-year-old man and explained to him he wasn’t supposed to be parked in the employee lot and asked him to move. During the course of the investigation, officers learned he had an active warrant out of Florida. The man was taken into custody and transported to Douglas County Jail without incident.

Daytime theft reported

The Parker Police Department took an online report at 5 p.m. Nov. 4 after Fastsigns, a business at 18921 E. Plaza Drive, reported the theft of an A-frame sign.

It went missing between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. There were no suspects.

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