Longmont Police Report – September 2, 2019

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On 9/01/19, Longmont Police responded to the area near Alpine Pl. and Alpine St. referencing a cold burglary report. Police collected the available information, and no arrests have yet been made. The investigation is ongoing.


On Sunday September 1, 2019 at 1227 hours officers were dispatched to the 1200 block of Cornell Dr reference a domestic dispute. A report was taken for informational purposes.


On Thursday, August 29 2019, Longmont Police contacted a male suspect of a hit and run crash out of Boulder CO in the 2100 block of Main St. The 38 year old male was field interviewed and the information was passed on to Boulder PD as requested.


On August 30, 2019, Longmont Police Officers responded to the 2700 block of Main St reference a possible criminal mischief. It was later learned that an adult female had damaged a sprinkler head in the building causing flood. The female was determined to be a risk to herself and others and was placed on a mental health hold. She was transported to the hospital without incident.


On August 31, 2019, the Longmont Police Department investigated a theft in the 1600 block of Main Street. This case is open.


On Saturday August 31st, 2019 at approximately 2123 hours, officers responded to the 1300 block of Terrace Dr. on a report of a hit and run. One adult male was later located and cited. Case is cleared by arrest-summons only.


On August 31st, 2019, Officers responded to the 1600 BLK of Main Street on report of a suspicious situation. Officers contacted one adult male and one adult female. The male was arrested for a prior outstanding warrant and protection order violation. Case cleared by arrest.


On 8/31/19, officers responded to the 200 block of Coffman St on the report of a possible restraining order violation. This case is under investigation.


On Sunday September 1, 2019 at approximately 0649 hours, Officer’s responded to the 0 blk of Birch Ct, in the City of Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado, for the report of a physical domestic disturbance.


On Sunday, September 1, 2019 officers took a report of a car break in, in the 600 block of Lashley St. Items were taken and nothing was left behind. There are no suspects at this time.


On Sunday September 1, 2019 at approximately 1236 hours, Officers took a report of a found stolen license plate, which was found in the 1900 blk of Mt. Sneffles St, in the City of Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado.


A dog was in a car at a restaurant, the temperature in the car was 106 degrees Fahrenheit, the owner was issued a ticket.


On Sunday, September 1, 2019, Longmont Police took a report of a vehicle that was broken into. There are no suspects at this time.


On Sunday, September 1, 2019, Longmont Police took a report of a vehicle break-in in the 4100 block of Portofino Dr. No suspect information at this time.


On Sunday, Sep. 1, 2019, around 1627 hours, Longmont Police Officers responded to the 2500 block of Main St. in response to a shoplift. Two early 20s Females were contacted. One of the females was released on a summons, while the other was taken into custody. This report is cleared by a summons and an arrest.


On 09-01-19 an adult male was contacted in the 1000 block of Meadow St. and arrested on warrant. The male was later released on bond.

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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