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Courts/Crime

  • Fort Lupton police blotter Jan. 6 to 12

    Reports reflect calls to the Fort Lupton and Frederick police departments. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police is listed in this report.

    Fort Lupton

    Jan. 12

    Suspicious vehicle, 315 Mountain View Ave.

    Unwanted person, 1325 Factory Circle

    Unwanted person, 65 S. Grand Ave.

    Vandalism, 3956 Weld County Road 27

  • Fort Lupton, Frederick police reports Jan. 30 to Feb. 5

    Reports reflect calls to the Fort Lupton and Frederick police departments. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police is listed in this report.

     

    Fort Lupton

    Feb. 5

    Vandalism, 1337 Third St. 

     

    Feb. 4

    Loud music complaint, South McKinley Avenue at Lone Pine Street

    Barking dog, 1347 Third St.

    Suspicious activity, 289 Bighorn Terrace

     

    Feb. 3

  • Deputies seek person of interest in area burglary

                GREELEY – Weld County sheriff’s deputies are looking for a 20-year-old man who may have been involved in a burglary north of Aristocrat Ranchettes in Fort Lupton.

                Deputies identified the man as Jonathan Michael Johnson. He’s been named on a nationwide arrest warrant, too.

  • Weld County burglary suspects at large

    Weld County sheriff’s deputies are seeking two burglars who broke into a home near Fort Lupton on Friday, Jan. 27, in the 9000 block of Weld County Road 22.

    The masked burglars stole several items from the home, according to surveillance camera footage given to the sheriff’s office.

    Jonathan Michael Johnson, 20, is believed to be one of the men caught on the surveillance camera, the sheriff’s office said.

  • Suspect arrested after high-speed chase

    Sheriff’s deputies arrested Corey Fields, 19, in connection with two drug warrants after a high-speed chase near Fort Lupton in the wee hours of Friday, Jan. 27.

    A sheriff’s deputy saw a black Camaro traveling south on Weld County Road 19 near Weld County Road 28 at speeds over 130 miles per hour around 12:45 a.m. Deputies found a man pinned inside the crashed car near Weld County Road 23 and Weld County Road 18 about 10 minutes later. They were told that Fields, the driver, had fled on foot.

  • Fort Lupton and Frederick Police Blotter Jan.15 - Jan. 26

    Reports reflect calls to the Fort Lupton and Frederick police departments. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police is listed in these reports.

     

    Fort Lupton

    Jan. 22

    Missing child, 311 First St.

    Disturbance, 311 First St.

     

    Jan. 21

    Menacing, 711 Denver Ave.

    Shots fired, 151 Roland Ave.

     

    Jan. 20

    Shots fired, 6767 U.S. Highway 85

  • Fort Lupton and Frederick Police Blotter Jan. 3 - Jan. 10

    Reports reflect calls to the Fort Lupton and Frederick police departments. The reports do not indicate whether or not an arrest was made. Not every call made to the police is listed in this report.

     

    Fort Lupton

    Jan. 10

    Disturbance, 1001 Mountview Ave.

    Suspicious vehicle, 203 S. Harrison Ave.

     

    Jan. 9

    Traffic accident hit-and-run, 1336 Third St.

    Traffic accident hit-and-run, 942 McKinley Ave.

    Suspicious person, 1115 First St.

  • Lochbuie mom gets 60 days of jail in child abuse case

    A Lochbuie mom who was videotaped repeatedly hitting her 2-year-old son and yelling “I’m going to kill you,” and "You're going to die," has been sentenced to 60 days of jail time and five years of probation.

  • Phone scammers impersonate sheriff deputies

    Weld County sheriff’s deputies recently received multiple complaints from across the county about people claiming to be calling from the Weld County Sheriff’s Office.

    Callers say they have arrest warrants for the people they’re calling and ask for personal information.

    They may ask for gift cards or credit card numbers as forms of payment. However, the sheriff’s office said it is has never been its policy to resolve arrest warrants over the phone.

  • Fort Lupton, Frederick police report Dec. 19 to 26

    Reports reflect calls to the Fort Lupton and Frederick police departments. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police is listed in this report.

    Dec. 26

    Burglary, 220 Park Ave.

    Missing adult, 1300 Dexter St.

    Dec. 25

    Shots fired, 830 Broadway Ave.

    Burglary alarm, 322 Denver Ave.

    Dec. 24

    Unwanted party, 1232 Denver Ave.