The Parker police responded Oct. 11 to an online report of theft. Upon review, officers reclassified the crime as a burglary from a house under construction. The reporting party stated a stovetop was taken from the 17000 block of Triple Crown Street between 5 p.m. Oct. 9 and 7 a.m. Oct. 10.
Woman damages wall
About 8:25 p.m. Oct. 11, officers responded to the 10000 block of Foxwood Court on a report of a disturbance. The reporting party said a 24-year-old woman had damaged a wall in the home. The woman was served a court summons for criminal mischief.
Juvenile complaint filed
Around 1:30 a.m. Oct. 12, officers responded to the 12000 block of Ironstone Way on a juvenile complaint. The reporting party said there were three to five juveniles in the ditch. Officers checked the drainage ditch and surrounding areas and were unable to locate the juveniles.
The reporting party said he found what he thought was stolen merchandise in the area. Officers were able to confirm the merchandise came from King Soopers. The case was deactivated due to a lack of suspect information.
Leaving scene reported
Police responded around 5:35 p.m. Oct. 8 after receiving a call of a person leaving the scene of an accident. The caller was traveling northbound on Dransfeldt Road approaching the intersection at Lincoln Avenue when a gray, older model vehicle that was stopped in the road suddenly turned into the side of the caller’s vehicle, causing damage. The vehicle was “possibly a Grand Prix,” according to the report. There were no suspects.
iPod stolen from car
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to 17251 Lark Water Lane on a report of a vehicle trespass. The woman who called said she arrived home between 10 a.m. and noon Oct. 16 and left her iPod in her center console of her blue Honda.
Sometime between 10 a.m. Oct. 16 and 12:23 p.m. Oct. 17, someone entered her vehicle and stole the iPod and $3 in change. She said her iPod is guarded by a password and has a penguin rubber case protecting it. She had left her car unlocked.
Thief ships items to Littleton
A deputy met a fraud victim Oct. 17 in the Douglas County Sheriff's Office records lobby. The female victim said she was missing a checkbook from her house and put a fraud alert on her account.
The alert was set up to notify her of any transactions over $5 and she got a call saying there were seven transactions on Amazon.com on her account totaling $32. The shipping address was in Littleton, but Amazon.com would not give the actual address, the deputy said in his report.