Highlands Ranch police reports

Posted 5/31/11

-A deputy was dispatched to Mountain Vista Storage May 13 on the report of a theft. He spoke with a man who said his Echo trailer with two Polaris …

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Highlands Ranch police reports

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-A deputy was dispatched to Mountain Vista Storage May 13 on the report of a theft. He spoke with a man who said his Echo trailer with two Polaris Sportsman 500 ATV's parked in his assigned parking spot were stolen. He estimated the total loss at $21,500. There was no evidence to collect.

- A man at an apartment complex on Burgundy Street reported the theft of $2,000 worth of clothing, $1,200 china plates and $1,600 worth of Elqin watches from his storage locker. The man said he was "pretty sure" he locked the storage unit door, but there were no signs of forced entry on the door. Due to lack of suspect information, this case was deactivated pending information that leads to the identity of a suspect.

- A woman reported a hit and run crash in the area of Wildcat Reserve Parkway and Highlands Ranch Parkway. A driver had an altercation with another motorist, and later threw a coffee mug at the windshield of the caller's car. She reported the incident and license plate number to police and the man who was contacted was argumentative with police. He admitted to a traffic altercation, but denied throwing a mug from his window. He was issued a summons for criminal mischief.

- Deputies responded to Meadow Creek Crive on a report of a theft May 15. A cab driver said he picked up a passenger who racked up $52 in fare. The cab driver asked for a deposit and the man said he would stop by an ATM. The man ran from the cab and disappeared into a yard in the 8700 block of Meadow Creek Drive. The case was deactivated due to lack of suspect information.

-A construction foreman reported the theft of two generators and a welder from a construction site on Lucent Ct. May 20. Two sets of chains and locks were cut. The total loss was estimated at around $5,800. There were no suspects.

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