Edgewater Police Report: 4/16-4/22/2017

Contact Persons:       

Chief John Mackey
720-763-3000
Jmackey@edgewaterpd.com

Rose Acres Neighborhood

Officer R. Brink
303-549-5104
Rbrink@edgewaterpd.com

Block Captains

Marshall St                            Vacant

Newland St                           Vacant

Otis St.                                   In progress

Otis Ct.                                   Lorenzo Rendon     Volunteers@edgewaterpd.com

Pierce St.                               Vacant

Neighborhood Watch – Rose Acres – Beat 1

Rose Acres/Beat 1 includes streets in the North West quadrant of our city in the 2500 block of Marshall, Newland, Otis St. Otis Ct. and Pierce Streets for our Edgewater Police Beat System and Neighborhood Watch Program.

The Edgewater Police Department needs your help in making your neighborhood safer! The city has been divided into 10 different Beats or Neighborhood Watch Areas with 4-5 Streets within each area. As you can see with the above example of our Rose Acres Neighborhood, each Beat has an assigned Edgewater Police Officer and we are working diligently to identify Block Captains from each street within each area from which our officers can communicate with more detailed information about your neighborhood. We will continue to work diligently to provide the general statistics of crime city wide to all residents.

Assigned Officers/Corporals

Beat 2            Antelope Neighborhood                Corporal Nesbitt

Beat 3            Bison Neighborhood                      Officer Slaven

Beat 4            Coyote Neighborhood                    Officer Robenalt

Beat 5            Deer Neighborhood                                    Corporal Forsythe

Beat 6            Elk Neighborhood                           Officer Palmer

Beat 7            Fox Neighborhood                          Officer Fulton

Beat 8            Grizzly Neighborhood                    Officer Young

Beat 9            Hawk Neighborhood                      Detective Challis

Beat 10          Manhattan Beach – Lakeshore    Corporal Geerdes

In the coming media releases we will provide further information about each Beat and Neighborhood and our efforts at locating Block Captains.  Essentially the Beats run from west to east with Beat 1 being in the Northwest quadrant of the city – Beats 1-5 are all north of 24th Ave – Beats 6 – 9 are between 20th – 24th – Beats 9 & 10 are south of 20th. (More detail will follow in subsequent releases). Please contact our Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Lorenzo Rendon at the above email if you would be interested in making your neighborhood safer – thank you!

Nextdoor and Neighborhood Watch are Growing!

Our tremendous volunteer, Lorenzo Rendon has done an exceptional job in his first year as Neighborhood Watch Coordinator. Lorenzo has spoken to many of you and is arranging block meetings for this spring. As we begin to identify and sign our Neighborhood Watch Blocks, we will also begin the process of comparing crime statistics in Watch Blocks compared to all other blocks. The NW program has historically been extremely successful in deterring crime, and I’m certain it will do the same for Edgewater. Our Edgewater Police Department Volunteers are researching methods to increase our Neighborhood Watch participation and participation in Nextdoor Edgewater. Both of these programs allow us to communicate more efficiently with residents for civic events and crime prevention purposes. Please consider inviting your neighbors to participate in Nextdoor Edgewater and contacting our Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Lorenzo – volunteers@edgewaterpd.com  to get more information on making your neighborhood safer.

Arrests for the past week: 20                 Jan, Feb, March: 151 Arrests 

18 YOA M      Denver resident                   FTA/Warrant – Theft, DUR

49 YOA M      Thornton resident                DUI

40 YOA M      Denver resident                   Warrant/Trespassing

36 YOA M      Denver resident                   Warrant/Denver

52 YOA M      Lakewood resident             Protective Hold/Detox

38 YOA F       Edgewater resident             Protective Hold/Detox

31 YOA M      Arvada resident                   DUI

27 YOA M      Denver resident                   DUI

45 YOA M      Arvada resident                   DUI

42 YOA M      Arvada resident                   DUI/FTA Boating DUI

23 YOA M      Northglenn resident                        DUI/FTA DUI

42 YOA M      Denver                                   Poss. Of Drugs/Heroin

40 YOA M      Denver                                   Warrant/Trespassing

36 YOA M      Denver                                   Warrant/Theft

32 YOA M      Golden                                   Warrant/Theft

28 YOA M      Aurora                                    Obstruction

42 YOA M      Aurora                                    Protection Order Violation

62 YOA M      Denver                                   Protective Hold/Detox

41 YOA M      Denver                                   Warrant/Assault

61 YOA M      Denver                                   Protective Hold/Detox

Stolen Vehicles

Between April 21st and April 23rd there were 3 vehicles stolen from the 2600 block of Ingalls St. with 2 cars being stolen from the Ingalls Grove Apartments. Two of the thefts happened during overnight hours and one was stolen shortly before noon. All the vehicles were reported to have been locked and not running. The 3 cars that were stolen are a 1992 and 1994 Honda Accord and a 2000 Dodge Ram 1500. Metro Denver wide Honda Accords led the list of stolen vehicles.

DUI’s

The Edgewater Police Department was selected for the 2nd year in a row as the top DUI Team in Colorado and will be recognized in May by MADD (Mothers against Drunk Driving.

Edgewater Officers made five DUI arrests this past week.

Traffic Issues

Edgewater Officers performed about 52 traffic stops for traffic enforcement during this reporting period.  Drivers were contacted for hit & run, speeding, careless driving, red light violations, turn violations, failing to signal, reckless driving, following too closely, parking violations, abandoned vehicles, weaving, expired plates, registration violations, suspensions, denials and revocations, and multiple traffic accidents. Edgewater Officers have conducted 1,204 traffic stops to date.

The radar trailer was in the shop this week due to our volunteer working diligently to complete his end of the semester class projects – good luck Frank!

If you are interested in having the radar trailer put in your neighborhood, please contact the Police Volunteer Line – Volunteers@Edgewaterpd.com

Sheridan Blvd. Street Closure – April/May 2017

Denver Water will be replacing a water valve at 29th and Sheridan Blvd. This maintenance will close Sheridan Blvd. down between 29th and 32nd Aves beginning Saturday, April 29th. Register at www.Nextdoor.com for regular community updates.

Calls for Service

Edgewater Officers additionally responded to calls involving assaults, violation of protection orders,  medical assists, trespassing, alarms, civil assists, noise complaints, criminal mischief, harassment, suspicious persons, disturbances, welfare checks, animals at large, neighbor disputes, barking dogs, welfare checks, juvenile problems, thefts, and unwanted persons, intoxicated persons, found property, domestic violence, assault, criminal mischiefs, and multiple warrant arrests. Edgewater Officers self-initiated and responded to about 182 various calls this reporting period including 4 Alarm Calls, 2 Welfare Checks and 4 Emergency 911 Calls. Year to date Edgewater Officers have responded to 53 alarm calls, 62 welfare checks and 106 Emergency 911 Calls – 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! 

Thank You Notes from Neighbors – Kudo’s

A citizen commendation will be presented to Edgewater Neighbor Michael Rosado at the Council Meeting on May 4th for his courage, bravery, compassion and care while assisting Officer Palmer who was alone at 2:35 AM fighting with a violent DUI offender.

I would like to take this time to thank Officer Robenalt for helping take care of a situation where the tenants who live below me kept harassing my family and me.

We would walk into our apartment and the neighbors would pound on their ceiling, their walls, scream profanity which scared my two young sons. Their constant cursing at us when our children were there was really taking a big toll on us, especially as parents. We called the police and Officer Robenalt came by to talk to us. Officer Robenalt really listened to what I told him was going on as this is constant and he went and talked with the two neighbors downstairs and in a few days of the last incident, is seems to be a lot better. Officer Robenalt is a true professional with a very nice side to him. Thank you.

Thank you to our outstanding police volunteers, Frank Kyper, Lorenzo Rendon, Dave Suter, and Joel Newton for the countless hours they are contributing to making our community and city a safer place to live, work and play! Chief Mackey

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

Upcoming Community Events:

May 1             Alley-way & Street Clean-Up

May 4             City Council Meeting

May 6             Large Item Dumpster Clean-Up

May 12-14     Edgewater Collective’s Community Festival & 5K Run

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