The Police Beat is a sampling of reports taken by the Lone Tree Police Department each week. The information is provided by the police department in its daily bulletin report. Jan. 2: Police …
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The Police Beat is a sampling of reports taken by the Lone Tree Police Department each week. The information is provided by the police department in its daily bulletin report.
Jan. 2: Police conducting a welfare check arrested one man for outstanding warrants, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal possession of a financial device and ID.
Jan. 2: A driver of a vehicle struck a person near the Cheesecake Factory at about 2 p.m. and fled the scene. The victim declined medical attention and suffered minor injuries.
Jan. 1: Officers pulled over a suspicious vehicle and arrested one man on charges of possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
Jan. 1: A driver was arrested during a traffic stop for alleged possession of drug paraphernalia and an outstanding warrant.
Jan. 1: A Lone Tree officer rear-ended another vehicle.
Dec. 31: Lone Tree officers assisted another agency in the arrest of one person, who at one point was being held at gunpoint at the Lincoln Station.
Dec 31: A person who committed a traffic violation near the northbound I-25 interchange at County Line Road was reportedly found to be under the influence of drugs and arrested.
Dec. 30: One man was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting from Macy's and faces charges of deactivating an anti-theft detection device, forgery, criminal impersonation, attempting to influence a public servant and an outstanding warrant from another jurisdiction.
Dec. 30:Officers responded to a report of a suspect who came up behind the victim and slapped his Apple Air Pod out of his ear. The suspect and victim know each other. The investigation is ongoing.
Dec. 30: A person wanted in a different jurisdiction was arrested after being pulled over near the I-25 and C-470 interchange on a speeding charge. Police transported the driver to the Douglas County Jail on the warrant.
Dec. 29: Police responded to a report of nursing staff being assaulted. A report was taken and a summons issued.
Dec. 28: A person was arrested and charged with driving under the influence following a report made through a REDDI report (Report Every Dangerous/Drunk Driver Immediately).
Dec. 28: Police responded to a report of a suspect using a fraudulent financial transaction device, which occurred at the Best Buy and Home Depot in Lone Tree. The case is connected to an Aurora Police Department case. The fraud is within the $750-$2,000 range.
Dec. 28: Police are investigating a report of a hit-and-run collision that occurred at the Carriage Club. An unknown vehicle struck and downed a streetlight pole with a speed limit sign.
Dec. 27: Police arrested a man and a woman in connection to a shoplifting report from Home Depot. The report says that the man was found to be carrying heroin, amphetamines and drug paraphernalia. Other charges listed include an outstanding warrant in another jurisdiction and attempting to influence a public servant.
Dec. 27: Officers responded to a motorist assist on the I-25 southbound off-ramp at RidgeGate Parkway. The driver was arrested and faces charges of possessing weapons while under the influence, as well as a traffic summons.
Dec. 26: A dog deemed “vicious” seriously injured another dog near the South Lost Hill Drive and East Lost Hill Drive intersection. The owner of the attacking dog was issued a summons.
— Nick Puckett
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