On Monday, police responded to Sonoras Carniceria butcher store within the 1300 block of East 21st Avenue on a report of a housebreaking.
There, the reporting particular person stated that $60,400 in money was stolen, with a drive-through window, massive secure, and money register system broken to the tune of almost $1,000.
A big rock and small crowbar left on the scene had been taken into proof, and a male is listed within the report as a suspect.
Highway rage ends in assault
On Monday, a motorist informed police he was struck within the face 3 times by a person who didn’t recognize being “minimize off.”
At mile marker 94 on Interstate 25, the sufferer informed police he unintentionally minimize off a car earlier than coming into the freeway. The driving force of that automobile was visibly upset and gestured for the sufferer to tug over on the freeway, which he did.
At that time, the sufferer was struck 3 times within the face by the suspect, recognized within the report as a 26-year-old Pueblo man.
A Taurus 9mm handgun ($400) was reported stolen from an unlocked car within the 2700 block of Franklin Avenue Sunday.
A Rueger .380 LCP pistol ($275) and a folding knife had been stolen from a residence within the 1800 block of Paseo del Tosoro Monday.
A white 1995 Ford Aerostar ($800) was reported stolen from the 600 block of Routt Avenue Tuesday. The sufferer informed police she listed the car, in addition to her deal with, on a gross sales app. One particular person got here by to take a look at the car earlier than it vanished.
A black 1991 Yamaha bike ($1,500) was reported stolen from a sidewalk within the 1000 block of East Abriendo Avenue Monday.
A inexperienced 1993 Volkswagen Cabriolet ($2,500) was reported stolen from the 1500 block of Oakshire Lane Sunday.
A purple 2004 Chevy Cavalier ($2,000) disappeared from the 1400 block of East Orman Avenue Saturday after the proprietor allowed an “unknown particular person” to remain the evening within the house.
The proprietor of 2001 Harley-Davidson bike reported her $4,500 bike stolen from the Clarion Inn within the 4000 block of North Elizabeth Avenue Saturday.
The bike had been pushed to Pueblo by a male social gathering, who subsequently ended up being arrested, thus leaving the bike within the parking zone.
A 2001 GMC parked within the 2000 block of Jerry Murphy Highway Monday sustained $5,000 in unspecified injury.
A 33-year-old Colorado Springs man is suspected of firing a BB gun at a residence and car within the 1900 block of Structure Highway Saturday and inflicting no less than $1,500 in injury.
Theft from car
After breaking the window of a 2011 Ford Escape within the 1800 block of Hollywood Drive Sunday, a perpetrator(s) entered the car and stole a $1,000 Samsung cellphone and a handbag containing money and monetary transaction units. It’s going to value $300 to switch the window.
A car parked close by additionally had its window damaged out.
Protected Streets replace
4 fugitives listed as a part of the Protected Streets program lately had been arrested.
Ray Bachicha, featured in 2019, and Pablo Ortiz, David Maes and Ryan Ellis had been taken into custody on excellent warrants.
Out of 426 criminals featured within the Protected Streets program, 401 have been arrested: a hit charge of 94%.
Martin L. Rodriguez, 33, of the 2500 block of Cedar Avenue, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of felony menacing (gun). Bail was not set, pending a court docket look.
David A. Winans-Clark, 27, no specified deal with, was arrested Monday on a $10,000 felony warrant for second-degree housebreaking.
Christopher Roberts, 44, of the 1600 block of Moore Avenue, was arrested Monday on suspicion of the possession of a managed substance with intent to distribute, illegal possession of a managed substance, and prison impersonation (bail was not set, pending a court docket look).
Hector M. Perez, 40, of the 400 block of Pitkin Avenue, was arrested Monday on suspicion of first-degree introduction of contraband (bail was not set, pending a court docket look).
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