Monthly Archives: March 2015

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26 03, 2015

Car Vandals / FCPD

2015-01-21T04:09:36+00:00March 26th, 2015|Vandalism|

Vandals stomped-in multiple windshields in a southwest Fort Collins neighborhood last weekend, and police investigators are seeking tips on the cases from the public. “There was, like, a rampage,” said Hannah Benoit, whose Chevrolet Cobalt’s windshield was shattered outside her home on Bronson Street sometime early Saturday morning. She lives with Kristina Bulik-Hocum, whose weekend plans were shattered when she went outside to see that her car, too, had a broken windshield. Bulik-Hocum said she’d planned to take family to Old Town for Martin Luther King Jr. Day events. Seven cars were vandalized in the Silver Oaks and Village West subdivisions, all of which police say occurred early Saturday morning, according to Fort Collins Police Services. Benoit pointed to shoe [...]

16 03, 2015

Police Impersonator-LCSD

2016-11-26T02:19:22+00:00March 16th, 2015|Uncategorized|

On 3/16/15 at approximately 16:01, the Larimer County Sheriff’s Department (LCSO) notified the Loveland Police Department about a police impersonation case that happened at a residence in the 1600 Block of Jo Ann Ct. A deputy from LCSO asked for a Loveland Police Officer to respond. The residents had reported to the LCSO Dispatch that a male subject had come to their house and said he was an investigator with LCSO. The impersonator said that he was looking for some family members of the people who lived at the residence. He was wearing civilian type clothing. He had a badge on a necklace. The male was described as being in his 50’s, approximately 5’ 9”, brown with gray hair and [...]

9 03, 2015

Loveland Robbery/Police Impersonator

2016-11-26T02:19:22+00:00March 9th, 2015|Robberies|

On March 7th at approximately 0230 hours Loveland police officers responded to 105 E 37th Street (7-11) on a reported robbery. When officers arrived, they spoke with four juvenile males who relayed the following: The boys (14 and 15 years old) were west of Garfield and north of 37th street in a bank parking lot. They were approached by two men who told them to stop and asked them what they were doing. One of the men (suspect #1) identified himself verbally as a law enforcement agent and told the boys to accompany him to the 7-11. The suspects never displayed credentials. Suspect #1 asked Suspect #2 to check around the bank for broken glass. He left and that was [...]

1 03, 2015

Vandalism spree downtown Fort Collins

2016-11-26T02:19:22+00:00March 1st, 2015|Vandalism|

Vandalism spree in downtown Fort Collins picture of suspect on camera.  See picture of suspect. Fort Collins police are searching for the vandal who, early Sunday morning, tagged a string of businesses near College Avenue and Drake Road with graffiti. Security cameras outside the Joint Smoke Shop, 2427 S. College Ave., captured a young, white male, believed to be the suspect, about 5:30 a.m., a couple hours before the widespread damage at the small strip center was found and reported. Police said the graffiti, tagged in red spray paint, appears to say "Perk OSL" or "OSL." It is unclear at this time whether this tag has been seen in town before Sunday, police said. Joint Smoke Shop employee Doug Ware [...]