Longmont Police Report: November 5, 2019

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On 11/05/2019, at approxiamtely 0256 hours, officers responded to the 2100 block of Meadow Ct, City of Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado, in refence to a menacing that just occured.


On 110519 officers recovered a stolen vehicle from another agency in the 1400 block of Whitehall Dr. A report was taken and the owner was notified.


On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, officers responded to the 1100 block of Francis Street in response to a narcotics complaint. An investigation was conducted and a subject was taken in to protective custody and transported to the local medical facility.


On Friday, 11/1/19, a report was taken reference a theft which occurred in the 200 Blk. of 5th Ave. The suspects are unknown.


Two dogs got in a fight in the 2700 block of Copper Peak Lane. The dog owners were warned about the incident.


entered from impound sheet


On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, at approximately 1400 hours, officers responded to the area of Alpine Street and Elliott Street on a family disturbance. Officers determined that an adult female had been assaulted by her adult son. The male refused to exit the residence and officers negotiated with the male for approximately one hour. The male was eventually located hiding in the attic and placed under arrest. The male was transported to the Boulder County Jail and released into their custody. The case is cleared by arrest.


On Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Longmont Police responded to a hit and run accident at Ute Hwy/Main St. Two males ran from a stolen car. The driver was located and taken into custody. Cleared by arrest.

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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