NORTHGLENN POLICE BRIEFS
Theft, identity theft: An officer took a cold theft report Oct. 4 from a man and his wife who suspect that a relative who had been living with them took several items from their apartment and storage space. After they asked the relative to leave, it was discovered that gift cards, identification cards, miscellaneous clothing and bedding items totaling $800 in value were among property that was missing. The case is inactive after leads were exhausted.
Second-degree burglary: Officers responded Oct. 6 to a burglary report at Smashburger at 832 E. 120th Ave., where someone stole $1,717.19. The case is under investigation.
Aggravated motor vehicle theft: An officer responded Oct. 7 to the 1600 block of East 112th Place in reference to a motor vehicle theft. A man said he parked his father’s pickup truck in the driveway of a residence for a few minutes, and left the engine running. The pickup was gone when he went back outside. There were iron-working tools valued at $6,000 in the bed of the truck. The 1999 silver Dodge Ram 1500 pickup was worth about $2,000. The truck reportedly did not have much gas. When the officer finished taking the report and left, he canvased the area for the truck, but did not find it. The truck was entered into CCIS as stolen.
Items in the police reports are compiled from public information contained in police department records. Charges or citations listed don’t imply guilt or innocence, and all people are presumed innocent until proven guilty.