Marijuana found during assault investigation Investigation of an assault report led to the discovery that residents of a home in the 3100 block of W. …
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Marijuana found during assault investigation
Investigation of an assault report led to the discovery that
residents of a home in the 3100 block of W. Monmouth Avenue were
cultivating about 60 marijuana plants.
The investigation of the assault report began March 6. When the
plants were found, Englewood officers worked with agents of the
South Metro Drug Task Force.
They removed the plants and the equipment to grow them
Reportedly several shots were fired in the house during the
disturbance. The investigation is continuing and charges are
pending against two men who live in the house.
City police search turnsup wanted suspect
Englewood Police officers Eric Lutz and Sam Ayers carried out
their assignment to track down and arrest a local resident with at
least three felony warrants issued for his arrest.
The two officers in an unmarked car investigated and, March 6,
learned the man might be staying in a trailer at the rear of a home
in the 4700 block of South Delaware Street.
The officers followed up on the information and, at about 1:45
a.m. located the 28-year-old suspect inside the trailer and
arrested him without incident.
He was taken to Arapahoe County jail on the felony warrants.
Apartment trespasser nabbed at scene of crimes
Englewood police located and arrested a man suspected of
breaking into several area apartments.
A resident called police about 7 a.m. March 5 when she came home
from walking her dog and found a man she didn’t know in her
Police checked the apartment buildings in the 3500 block of
South Delaware Street and saw the suspect in a ground floor
apartment of a nearby building where, it turned out, he lived.
Police knocked on the door and, according to the report, the
suspect barricaded the door with a chair and went out a rear
window. However, officers took precautions and surrounded the
building and arrested the 34-year-old man as he crawled out the
Investigators reported the suspect appeared to have broken into
two apartments March 5 and attempted to break into a third
apartment the night before.
Nothing appeared to be taken in the break-ins. The suspect was
taken to Arapahoe County jail where he could face charges of
first-degree criminal trespass and criminal mischief.
Noise leads cops to arrest female probation violator
An investigation of a loud argument led to the arrest of a
20-year-old woman on parole violations and possession of a
Police were doing a business check about 11:30 p.m. March 9 when
they heard the loud argument at the bus stop in the 3100 block of
Officers ran a check on the three people involved in the
argument and found a warrant had been issued for the 20-year-old
for violation of parole on charges of possession of dangerous
Police made the arrest and during the routine search, they found
a Baggie with suspected drugs in the her pocket. The substance
tested positive for crack cocaine.
The woman was taken to Arapahoe County jail on the felony parole
violation warrant. Additional charges could be pending.
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