Edgewater Police Report: March 28, 2016

Edgewater Police Report from Chief John Mackey:

Stolen Vehicles
No vehicles were reported stolen during the past week.

Previously, Edgewater Police have received several stolen vehicle reports from the 26 and 2700 block of Ingalls Street in 2016, and will be concentrating additional patrol in this area – residents are reminded to telephone dispatch at 303-271-0211 if they observe suspicious persons.

Auto Break-Ins
During the overnight hours of 3/20 two vehicles were broken into in the 2200 and 2400 block of Jay Street. Several tools were taken from one vehicle and a U- Haul lock was taken from the second – both vehicles were left unlocked.

During the overnight hours of 3/21 a residents locked and unattended vehicle was broken into in the 6900 block of W. 25th Ave and several CD’s were stolen.

Edgewater Officers arrested 3 persons for DUI over this reporting period:
22 year old male Denver resident.
24 year old female Denver resident.
30 year old male Denver resident.

Edgewater Officers received three reports of shoplifting at local stores this past week.
Unknown year old male driving a Tan Chevrolet Tahoe fled.
Unknown year old male fled.
52 year old female Littleton resident.

Traffic Issues
Edgewater Officers performed about 83 traffic stops for traffic enforcement during the course of this reporting period. Drivers were contacted for speeding, careless driving, red light violations, turn violations, failing to signal, reckless driving, following too closely, parking violations, abandoned vehicles, weaving, expired plates, following too closely, registration violations, suspensions, denials and revocations, and multiple traffic accidents. The radar trailer is deployed regularly throughout the city and will be placed in the 2200 block of Eaton Street this coming week. If you are interested in having the radar trailer put in your neighborhood, please call the Police Volunteer Line – 720-763-3015, or Volunteers@Edgewaterpd.com

Calls for Service
Edgewater Officers additionally responded to calls involving medical assists, trespassing, alarms, civil assists, noise complaints, graffiti, criminal mischief, harassment, suspicious persons, disturbances, animals at large, barking dogs, welfare checks, juvenile problems, thefts, unwanted persons, intoxicated persons, domestic violence, assault, violation of protection orders, and multiple warrant arrests. Edgewater Officers self-initiated and responded to about 241 various calls this past week – thank you neighbors for notifying our dispatch center at 303-271-0211 for the many calls and for our Edgewater Officers for their fine work during a very busy week!

Thank You Notes from Neighbors
Note of thanks to the Edgewater Police Corporal Nesbitt and Officer Johnson.

Chief Mackey,
First two pages of the letter primarily deals with a conflict that Edgewater Officers assisted with.
Anyways I want you to know that I was there and both Officer Johnson and Corporal Nesbitt held great professional composure. They did not make any accusations towards anyone they did not act in any unprofessional way. They did their jobs very well. And Chief, I know you don’t know me yet but one thing for sure, is if I thought for one moment that one or more of your Officers did something I thought was wrong, I’d let you know in a quick moment. But they have always been professional, appropriate and friendly.

Neighbor’s notes are placed in the lobby of the police station and placed in the respective officer’s personnel files – thanks for sharing!

Contact Person:
Chief John Mackey

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