Felony warrant arrest A follow-up with code enforcement resulted in police arresting two individuals wanted on outstanding warrants. Englewood Police …
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Felony warrant arrest
A follow-up with code enforcement resulted in police arresting
two individuals wanted on outstanding warrants.
Englewood Police Officer John Hoehler accompanied the code
enforcement officer at about 11 a.m. Oct. 28 to a house in the 4200
block of South Galapago Street for a follow-up.
Hoehler talked with two people at the house. He found the
42-year-old woman was wanted on a felony warrant. The 51-year-old
man initially gave Hoehler several false names but, when he gave
his right name, the officer found two misdemeanor warrants had been
issued for the man’s arrest.
The two suspects were searched. A small amount of
methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was found in the man’s
possession and the woman has a glass pipe associated with possible
The woman was issued a warrant for possession of drug
paraphernalia and take to jail on the felony warrant. The man was
arrested and taken to jail on the two warrants.
A suspect in a burglary in Sheridan apparently fled into
Englewood, crashed the get-away car and escaped on foot.
Sheridan Police notified Englewood about 3:45 a.m. Oct. 29 that
they were chasing a suspect wanted in a burglary-in-progress case
at U.S. Highway 285 and South Brady Court.
The Sheridan officers found the vehicle had traveled into
Englewood and found it abandoned in the 4000 block of South Inca
Street. The suspect apparently lost control of the stolen pickup
and crashed into several parked cars. The unidentified suspect
reportedly jumped out of the truck and ran.
Officers checked the area and called the K-9 unit from Arapahoe
County Sheriff’s Office. The searchers didn’t find a suspect and
dogs were unable to track him.
Sheridan police are continuing the investigation.
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