Parker police reports

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Men reportedly batter car

The Parker Police Department was dispatched on a report of criminal mischief around 1:30 a.m. April 14 in the area of Bennett Drive. A woman reported that she was driving home and came upon a white Nissan sport-utility vehicle in the middle of the road. She honked and several males reportedly exited the vehicle, used profanity and punched and kicked her car. Police say one suspect was named Nick and was described as a white male in his early 20s with curly brown hair; it is unclear how investigators have the suspect’s first name. The other suspects were described as white or Hispanic males. The case remains open.

Weights stolen from fitness room

Officers were called to the Ironstone Apartments in Stroh Ranch around 10 a.m. April 15 after a maintenance manager reported the theft of fitness equipment. He said a resident witnessed two males stealing dumbbell weights. Twenty-two weights ranging from 10 to 50 pounds were taken and their value was estimated at $1,600. The witness said one male had been working out in the room between 8 and 9 a.m. and let another male into the fitness room. The first male was described as 25 to 30 years old, approximately 5 feet, 10 inches, 170 to 180 pounds, wearing a black stocking hat, black jacket, and black pants.

Boat stolen from parking lot

Officers were called to Brown’s Compounding on South Parker Road on a report of a missing boat and trailer. The owner said he kept his boat under a covered parking area in the back of the business for the last year. He last saw the boat two days before he reported it missing. The boat is a 2004 Maxum bearing Colorado license plate 599YNL. It is white with a brown stripe. The case was forwarded to investigations.

Fuel spill reaches drainage system

The Parker police responded to a diesel fuel spill around 1:30 p.m. April 23 at the Starbucks at Lincoln Avenue and Jordan Road. Several Town of Parker employees and a representative from the Environmental Protection Agency were on scene. Roughly six gallons leaked from a Ford F-350. A HAZMAT team determined that the parking lot where the spill was located was contaminated, and the fuel had entered the drainage system,” an incident report says.

Restraining order violated

Police were called to the 11000 block of Whooping Crane Drive around 2:40 p.m. April 24 on a report of a restraining order violation. A woman named in the order was seen driving by the victim’s house. A traffic stop was conducted and the woman admitted to driving past the home, which violated the requirement to stay 100 yards away, but did not intend to approach the house. She had been served with a restraining order April 22 or 23. She was arrested and cited for traffic violations. The suspect reportedly violated the restraining order again the following day and was transported to the Douglas County Jail.

Man cited for road rage

Police responded to a road rage call around 3:50 p.m. April 24 near Lincoln Avenue and Jordan Road. It was reported that a white male got out of his vehicle and cussed at a female victim. The suspect was driving a green Ford Mustang and the victim was in a grey Chevy Tahoe. The suspect was contacted and acknowledged the incident and said he lost his temper. He had been waiting behind the victim’s vehicle as she attempted to turn left into the car wash from the road that runs through the parking lot. He honked his horn a few times before backing up and driving around her vehicle. He admitted to pulling up beside the vehicle, rolling down his window and yelling at her using profanity. He stated she just waved her hand when he yelled. He claimed he did not know when informed there were children in her vehicle that had been upset by the incident. The suspect was issued a municipal citation for disturbing the peace.