Parker-area police reports

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No second chance for noisy woman

The Parker Police Department responded at 11:30 p.m. June 2 to the 19600 block of Victorian Drive on a noise complaint.

A 35-year-old woman who answered the door was “uncooperative” with responding officers, according to a report. After issuing a warning to turn down her music, the officers began to leave the area. However, the woman continued to yell and slammed a door. They then heard the music get louder. The woman was issued a summons for disturbing the peace.

Robbery call ends in warrant arrest

Officers responded to a reported robbery at the Lowe's Home Improvement store on Twenty Mile Road, next door to the police department, at 2:40 p.m. June 3.

It was discovered that a robbery did not take place, but when police contacted the suspect, they found that he had an active warrant out of Arapahoe County for failure to comply. He was taken into custody and transported the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.

Man caught after fleeing on foot

At approximately 12:49 a.m. June 5, a Parker police officer initiated a traffic stop near the intersection of Cottonwood Drive at Brompton Way. A 24-year-old passenger in the vehicle provided false information to the police officer that was inconsistent and prompted further investigation. The officer detected “the distinct of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person,” according to an incident report.

When the officer attempted to take him into custody, he fled on foot in an attempt to escape. Officers were able to apprehend and place him in custody after a lengthy foot pursuit. He faces charges of resisting arrest, obstruction of a peace officer, violation of a restraining order and false reporting to authorities. It was later determined the man also had an active warrant out of Douglas County for failure to comply. He was transported and released to the Douglas County Detention Facility.

Woman allegedly steals from trailer

At 9 p.m. June 4, officers were dispatched to 11400 block of Clove Way. It was reported to dispatch a trailer was locked and an unknown male and female in a gray van cut the lock off and stole items out of the trailer. The suspect vehicle was described as an unknown make “older-model mini- van” that was gray in color. The passenger was described as a Hispanic female with black, shoulder-length hair, approximately 5 feet, 6 inches tall and heavyset build. She was wearing a pink halter top and shorts at the time of the incident. The driver of the van was described as a Hispanic male. Police are hoping for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects.

Man defrauded by “nephew”

Officers responded at 7:30 p.m. June 5 to the 22600 block of Riverchase Way on the report of a fraud.

An elderly male victim reported he received a phone call from a male who identified himself as a law enforcement officer. The man told the victim he had arrested his nephew and the nephew was currently in custody. The first male handed the phone to a second unknown male who pretended to be the victim’s nephew. The “nephew” told the victim he had been arrested for a narcotics offence and needed $2,000 for bail money and the bail bondsmen would only do a wire transfer. The victim sent the money via Western Union and later learned the entire incident was fraudulent and his nephew had never been arrested and had never made the call to the victim.

Numerous unlocked cars broken into

Vehicle break-ins were reported June 7-June 13 in the following areas: 16800 block of Blue Mist Circle (three incidents); 11600 block of Cormorant Circle (two vehicles); 17000 block of Moorside Drive; Briargate Lane; 8600 block of Apache Plume Drive; 15600 block of Indian Brook Circle (two incidents); 17100 block of Silver Mound Lane; 18900 block of Elk Creek Drive (two incidents); 12600 block of Silver Creek Street (three incidents); 18900 block of Bellisario Lane; 18900 block of Creekside Drive;  19100 block of Hollow Creek Drive and 16500 block of Buckthorn Lane. Possessions went missing in the majority of the cases.

 

*Courtesy of the Parker Police Department and Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

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