Longmont Police Report: October 10, 2018

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A Longmont resident reported fraud by check in the 1300 block of Gay Street. Case is under investigation.


A Longmont resident reported criminal mischief in the 1200 block of Pace Street. Case is open.


A Longmont resident reported a vehicle break-in in the 1700 block of Sunset St. Case is closed due to lack of suspect information.


On Tuesday, 10/9/18, a report was taken reference a criminal trespass, identity theft, theft and criminal mischief which occurred in the 900 block of Lashley. The case is closed as suspects are unknown.


On Wednesday, 10/10/2018 Longmont police officers contacted an adult male who matched the description of a car-jacker out of Boulder at the intersection of Coffman St. and 9th Ave. The male was identified, photographed and released. Case closed.


On 10/8/18, the Longmont Police Department was informed by the Boulder County Department of Housing and Human Services of an allegation of a sex assault on a child. The investigation is ongoing.


On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, officers responded to the 00 block of Longs Peak Ave. for an attempt to locate. A juvenile female was taken into custody and the case is cleared by arrest.


On Wednesday 10-10-2018, an adult male was placed on a mental health hold in the 1000 block of Sumac St. Case closed.


On 10/5/18 LPD responded to the 1500 block of 14th Ave., reference a fight. Two juvenile females were issued summonses for fighting in public. The case is cleared by arrest.


Police received an anonymous report about cyber-bullying and investigated the case. The persons involved were juveniles and they were warned and the case referred to their individual parents. Case is closed.


On Tuesday, October 9, 2018, officers responded to the 1000 block of Kimbark St. on an attempt to locate. An adult male was taken into custody and the case is cleared by arrest.


On 10/09/2018, Longmont officers responded to the 500 block of 21st Ave. reference a welfare check. An adult female was found to have a warrant for her arrest. Case cleared by arrest.


On Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 Longmont police investigated a domestic violence incident in the 1400 block of Whitehall Dr. An adult male was arrested and transported to the Boulder County Jail.


On Wednesday, 10/10/2018 at about 1011 hours officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Meeker Street on a report of a disturbance between a 24 year-old female and a male attempting to conduct a repossession of a vehicle. This report is for information purposes only. Case closed.


On Wednesday, 10/10/18, a report was taken reference a theft which occurred in the 1000 block of 16th Ave. The case is closed as suspect is unknown.


The Longmont Police Department investigated a domestic assault in the 2700 block of Copper Peak Ln. Case is pending further investigation.


On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, at approximately 1717 hours, officers were dispatched to the 1100 block of Judson Street on a disturbance between two adult male neighbors.
The investigation determined that one neighbor started harassing another neighbor over a perceived slight related to an incident that occurred in April 2018. The male being harassed did not want to pursue charges and the case is closed.


On 10/10/2018, at approximately 1751 hours Longmont police responded to the 1300 block of Walden Ct., to an address in the City of Longmont, County of Boulder, and State of Colorado reference a missing person. Though the missing person was located, a report was taken for informational purposes. Case closed.

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