Trespassing triggers Code Red in Parker neighborhood

Posted 11/8/18

Parker police arrested two juveniles who reportedly broke into a resident's vehicle the morning of Nov. 8. Police responded to a report at 5:30 a.m. of two male suspects trespassing in cars in the …

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Trespassing triggers Code Red in Parker neighborhood

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Parker police arrested two juveniles who reportedly broke into a resident's vehicle the morning of Nov. 8.

Police responded to a report at 5:30 a.m. of two male suspects trespassing in cars in the 8400 block of Wheatgrass Circle, according to a news release. The department, with the help of the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office and Douglas County Sheriff's Office, issued a Code Red advisory to residents of heavy police presence in the area.

Police chased the suspects on foot before they were arrested at 6:40 a.m. Police suspect the two also committed a burglary of one home's garage.

“We would like to thank the resident who first called us as well as the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office and Douglas County Sheriff's Office for helping us catch these suspects,” the news release states. “This is a great reminder to all Parker residents to stay vigilant and watch out for your family and neighbors and call us when you see something suspicious.”

Any information regarding the incident should be reported to Detective Teagan Kavanagh at tkavanagh@parkeronline.org.

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