Longmont Police Report – March 12, 2019

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WARRANT ARREST

On March 12, 2019 at approximately 0917 hours, Longmont police officers contacted a party in the 2000 block of East Ken Pratt Boulevard. The party was later found to have several warrants and narcotics in their possession and were arrested. This case is closed, cleared by arrest.

DOMESTIC INCIDENT

On March 12, 2019, Longmont police officers responded to the 2700 block of Copper Peak Lane on a report of harassment. This case is closed until further leads develop.

BURGLARY

On Tuesday, 3/12/19 at approximately 1148 hours, officers were dispatched to the area of Main Street and 17th Avenue regarding an adult male party with his arm stuck inside a cell phone depository box. With the assist of the fire department, the adult male was able to get his arm unstuck. Officers later learned the adult male was attempting to steal cell phones out of the depository box. The adult male was arrested and later transported to Boulder County Jail.

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE

On March 12, 2019, Longmont police officers responded to the 1000 block of Kimbark Street on an attempt to locate. An adult male was arrested on an outstanding warrant. This case was cleared by arrest.

DISTURBANCE

On 3/12/19 at approximately 2115 hours, officers responded to the 10 block of Huntington Court in reference to a family disturbance. This case was closed by arrest.

WARRANT ARREST

On January 22, 2019 at about 1640 hours, the LPD conducted a traffic stop near South Main Street and Delaware Avenue. The adult female driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant. This case was cleared by arrest.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

On Sunday, March 10, 2019, Longmont police took a report of criminal mischief in the area of Ute Highway and Hover Street. There are no suspects at this time. This case is closed.

ANIMAL COMPLAINT

An employee at Aspen Meadows Vet was bitten by a cat during an exam. The cat was placed on quarantine at home.

BURGLARY

On March 11, 2019 at approximately 1140 hours, Longmont police officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Coffman Street on the report of a business break-in. This case is closed.

INFORMATION

On February 24, 2019, Longmont police were contacted regarding a person who was harassing a few of the downtown business’ and staff regarding his lease at being evicted. A report was taken for information if needed for future reference. This case is closed.

WARRANT ARREST

On 3/11/19 at approximately 2200 hours, Longmont police officers were dispatched to a call in reference to a male with two active warrants in the 200 block of Kimbark Street.

SUSPICIOUS SITUATION

On 3/11/19, the Longmont Police Department took a report of a suspicious incident which occurred in the 200 block of Caywood Court. An adult female requested a report be taken regarding a strange voicemail left by an unknown male. No threats were made. Report taken for information only. This case is closed.

PROTECTION ORDER

On March 12, 2019 at approximately 1737 hours, the Longmont Police Department responded to the Walgreens located at 1041 Main Street on a female party that was slumped over the steering wheel in a green Subaru. The female was later arrested for violation of protection order.

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The Longmont Observer receives a police report from Longmont Public Safety every morning and we publish the police notes in full. From time to time, the Longmont Observer modifies the police notes if an exact address or a person’s name is included. Additionally, some spelling mistakes are also corrected. According to Longmont Public Safety, the CAD Call Type (e.g. ARSON, WARRANT ARREST) is entered into the computer based on the limited information dispatch receives from a caller. The CAD Call Type can be changed by an officer once more information is learned about the incident. Regardless of the CAD Call Type the type of case investigated may remain the same or be changed and the case can be closed with one of several dispositions.


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