An Englewood man suffered three knife wounds on his arm July 9 as he and his brother ran down, captured and held for police the man who reportedly …
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An Englewood man suffered three knife wounds on his arm July 9
as he and his brother ran down, captured and held for police the
man who reportedly tried to steal their car.
About 11:45 a.m. July 9, Englewood police were called to the
3500 block of South Lafayette Street on report of someone trying to
steal a car.
According to the police report, the car owner saw a man trying
to steal his vehicle even though the owner’s brother was asleep in
the back seat.
The suspect ran when his efforts were discovered and the owner
and his brother gave chase.
When the police arrived, they were told the two men had run down
the suspect in the 1200 block of East Girard Street.
Reportedly, when the owner and his brother caught the suspect,
the suspect pulled a knife and cut the owner on the arm three
times. However, the pursuers held onto the suspect until police
arrived and made the arrest.
The 39-year-old suspect was identified and a check of the
records showed he had recently been released on parole from the
Colorado Department of Corrections.
The suspect was taken to Arapahoe County Jail. He could face
charges of violation of parole, attempted motor vehicle theft and
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