Phone tracked to Parker home
A Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to the Parker Police Department around 10 p.m. Oct. 5 to meet with a man who reported his phone stolen. The man said he was at LoDo’s Bar in Highlands Ranch with a friend. His iPhone 5s was sitting on the table when a blond female approached and talked to them.
There were other people who stopped by his table and spoke with him and his friend. He could not find the phone when he was ready to leave. He wasn’t sure if the phone was taken intentionally or by mistake. He tracked his phone on his laptop to an address in the 11200 block of Glenmoor Court in Parker.
The deputy responded to the house and spoke to a man who acknowledged being at LoDo’s earlier in the night with his girlfriend. The man appeared highly intoxicated and had slurred speech, according to the deputy’s report. The deputy asked them to go through their vehicle, purse, and the clothing they wore that night just to be sure they didn’t have the phone.
The man said would empty his pockets, saying he had “nothing to hide.” He reached into his left rear pocket and pulled out two cell phones. The man stared at the phones in his hand and said, “Why do I have two wallets?” and “The black one isn’t mine.” The victim decided not to press charges and the deputy did not have sufficient evidence that the phone was taken on purpose.
Irish flag goes missing
Deputies responded to the 8700 block of Hilltop Road Oct. 5 on a reported theft. The woman who called police said she noticed an Irish flag with a gold-colored flagpole was missing. She displayed the flag for a friend of Irish descent who recently died.
The flag’s value was estimated at $35. It went missing from an agricultural/ranch property in which the victim displays several flags and other American patriotic signage near the roadway.
Oil poured down drain
At 10:30 a.m. Sept. 30, Parker police officers responded to the 16000 block of Trail Sky Circle on a report of oil being poured down a storm drain. A stormwater engineer technician with the Town of Parker was on scene because the oil had run into the retention pond at the end of the street.
South Metro Fire responded with a hazardous material unit. Police are looking for crime tips from the public.
Ring missing from Apex
About 4:10 p.m. Oct. 3, officers responded to Apex Jewelers on a report of theft. The reporting party stated a 50-year-old man came to the jewelry store to sell a ring to the store. The reporting party paid the man for the ring.
When the man left, the reporting party noticed the ring was missing. The case is deactivated and police are looking for crime tips from the public.
Car hit with BB
Just after noon on Oct. 6, Parker police officers were dispatched to a criminal mischief incident occurring the prior day around 4:30 p.m. A man said he was driving when he heard a noise that sounded like something was hitting the side of his car. When he inspected the vehicle, he noticed a dent consistent with a BB on the driver’s side rear quarter panel. The case was deactivated and police are seeking tips from the public.