The continued spate of vehicle windshields shattered along Interstate 25 has Northern Colorado drivers keeping leery eyes on the road as law enforcement searches for answers. (see Coloradoan video stream) Two motorists reported windows that shattered Wednesday as they traveled I-25 or one of its frontage roads in Northern Colorado, raising the number of similar instances on area roads to seven since April 21. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office has classified only one incident, the late-night shooting of a Milliken woman as she drove I-25 near Windsor on April 22, as a shooting. By Wednesday, agencies had not determined the cause of the rest of the shattered windows, or said whether they are tied to the shooting that hospitalized 20-year-old [...]
At approximately 2:37 pm, Loveland police officers responded to a report of a knife-wielding man in the 800 block of W 30th Street in Loveland. When officers arrived, an adult female victim said that she was in her garage. A man walked into the garage while holding a knife in his hand and verbally threatened the woman. The man left the garage on foot shortly thereafter without any further threats or confrontation. The woman was not injured during the incident. Police officers who responded to the area were unable to locate the man. We are not releasing any more information about the dialogue or knife at this time to maintain the integrity of the investigation. The man is described as [...]
On April 23, 2015 at approximately 7:57 pm the Loveland Emergency Communications Center received a call from Larimer County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) Communications center. The LCSO relayed that there was a woman in Estes Park who had reported being forced into her own car (a blue 2013 Hyundai sedan) and abducted by a man at the Thompson Valley Towne Center parking lot in Loveland. She said that she was forced to drive her own car to an area just outside Estes Park and was then locked in the trunk of the car. She used her mobile phone to call 911. The original call was taken by the Estes Park Communications Center at 7:34 pm. Estes Park Police Department (EPPD) officers [...]
On 4/22/15 at approximately 23:22 hours, the Loveland Emergency Communications Center received a phone call about a criminal mischief that happened at approximately 21:50 hours. A 21 year-old Greeley man was driving east on E. Eisenhower Blvd approaching N Cleveland Av. When his car went through the intersection he heard a “pop” and his rear window was shattered but still in the window frame. He drove to Greeley before notifying the Loveland Police Department. The man was alone and not injured from this incident. The Loveland Police Department is investigating this incident. We are working with other law enforcement agencies to see if there are similarities with other cases. Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to call the [...]
On April 17, 2015, at approximately 6:30 pm, Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a report of a robbery at Esh's Discount Grocery located at 4221 West Eisenhower Boulevard in unincorporated Larimer County. It was reported a male suspect entered the business, displayed a handgun, and took money from an employee. The suspect exited the business and fled in an unknown direction. No one was injured. The suspect was described as a white male, age unknown, 5'08 to 5'10, and medium build. It was reported the suspect was wearing blue jeans, a dark colored jacket or possibly a pullover hoodie, and a fake beard as a disguise. It is not known if the suspect used a vehicle to flee [...]
On April 1st, 2015 at approximately 5:47 PM, the Loveland Emergency Communications Center received a call that the First National Bank at 750 N Lincoln Av had been robbed. Loveland officers responded to the bank. Officers spoke with the people that were inside the bank when it was robbed. The witnesses said the suspect walked into the bank and demanded money from a teller which he received. The suspect left the bank on foot in an unknown direction. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6’ with a thin build, reddish facial hair, wearing a black shirt and a dark colored baseball hat. Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to call Detective Henry Stucky at 970-962-2032.