Longmont Police Report – August 17, 2019

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On Friday, August 16, 2019, at approximately 2330 hours, the Longmont Police Department took a report in reference to a harassment occurring in the 800 block of Gay Street. The case is open.


On 8/17/19, Longmont police received a report of a cold motor vehicle theft in the 800 block of Summer Hawk Drive. Police collected the available information, and no suspects have yet been identified.


On Saturday, August 17, 2019 at approximately 1307 hours, officers took a theft report which occurred in the 2700 block of Copper Peak Lane.


On Saturday, 8/7/19, Longmont officers were dispatched to a theft in the 800 block of Coffman Street. No suspect information.


On 8/16/19, Longmont police received information regarding a suspicious situation occurring near the 4900 block of Nelson Road. Police collected the available information, and no arrests have been made under this case report. This case is listed as information only.


On Friday, 8/16/19, Longmont police responded to South Hover Street and Clover Basin Drive on an injury accident involving a car versus a motorcycle. The motorcyclist did sustain serious bodily injury. No life threatening injuries. This case is still under investigation.


On August 16, 2019, the Longmont Police Department investigated a disturbance in the area of Alpine Street and East 17th Avenue. An adult male was issued a summons for assault. This case is cleared by arrest – summons issued.


On 8/16/19, the Longmont Police Department responded to a disturbance in the 300 block of Main Street. An adult male trespassed in a business, harassed and menaced an adult female employee, and attempted to assault an adult male paramedic and an LPD officer. The male was transported to the Boulder County Jail. Cleared by arrest.


On August 16, 2019 at approximately 2300 hours, officers were dispatched to the 1500 block of Emery Street on a noise complaint. A 24-year-old male was given a summons for Unreasonable Noise. Cleared with an arrest.


On Saturday, August 13, 2019, a report was taken in reference to a theft which occurred in the 300 hundred block of Kimbark Street.


On Saturday, 8/17/19 at approximately 1008 hours, officers were dispatched a phone call regarding an assault that had just occurred in the area of 2200 Main Street. The assault was between two male parties. This case is still under further investigation.


On August 17, 2019, the Longmont Police Department responded to the 1300 block of Longs Peak Avenue on the report of a suicidal female. An adult female was contacted and placed on a 72-hour mental-health hold.


On Saturday August 17, 2019 Longmont officers responded to the 700 block of Ken Pratt Boulevard on a call of theft. One adult male was contacted and issued a summons for theft and a trespass warning from the business.


On Saturday, August 17, 2019, Longmont police took a report of a theft in the 00 hundred block of South Main Street. An unidentified male is suspect.


On August 17, 2019 at approximately 2115 hours, Longmont police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Aspen Place in reference to a diseased cat.


On 8/18/19, officers took a report of a sex assault involving an adult male and female in the 1900 block of Meadow Drive. The case is open.


On August 17, 2019, officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of 21st Avenue in reference to a menacing.


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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