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Courts/Crime

  • Police blotter July 15

    Report reflects calls made to the Fort Lupton Police Department between June 30 and July 6. 

    Not every call made to the department is listed at this report. 

     

     

    July 6

    Jennifer Rodi, 42, reported mail fraud. 

  • Police Report July 3

     

    Reports reflect calls from June 23 to 29 to the Fort Lupton Police Department. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police department is listed in this report.

     

    June 29

  • Police Report June 25

    Reports reflect calls from June 16 to 22 to the Fort Lupton Police Department. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police department is listed in this report.

     

    June 22

  • Police arrest man after high-speed chase

    Fort Lupton police arrested Joseph Hall, 41, Wednesday, June 6, after he led sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase and rammed a patrol car.

    It all started when a Weld County sheriff’s deputy saw a light-yellow Ford F-150 traveling at a high rate speed on County Road 46 at County Road 45, near LaSalle, around 6 p.m.. The deputy pulled the truck over, and two passengers got out to care for their dog, according to a press statement from the Weld County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Police Report May 29

    Fort Lupton Police Report

    By Sean Kennedy

    Reports reflect calls from May 19 to 25 to the Fort Lupton Police Department. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police department is listed in this report.

     

    May 25

    Resident Crystal Martinez, 41, reported a theft. The case remains open.

    Resident Steven Coyer, 26, was contacted after a private property accident. A report was taken.

    Resident Carlos Castillo-Gomez, 32, reported a theft. The case remains open.

  • Police Report May 21

    Reports reflect calls from May 12 to 18 to the Fort Lupton Police Department. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police department is listed in this report.

     

    May 18

    An unnamed resident reported a female juvenile, age 13, as a runaway. A report was taken and the juvenile was entered as missing.

    Resident Luis Chaves-Malidonado, 23, was arrested on a warrant out of Adams County for failure to appear under original charges. He is being held at Adams County Jail.

  • Woman sentenced to 20 years for killing man

    Nichole Hill, 26, of Evans pled guilty Friday, May 18, to killing a man and injuring several others in an accident last July while she was driving under the influence of drugs. 

    Hill pled guilty to one count of vehicular homicide and one count of vehicular assault, both felonies. 

    A judge sentenced Hill to 20 years in prison after she entered her guilty pleas in court.

  • Police Report May 15

    Reports reflect calls from April 28 to May 11 to the Fort Lupton Police Department. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police department is listed in this report.

    May 11

    Police arrested resident Juan Martinez-Garcia, 42, for driving under the influence. He was released on summons.

    Police registered a sex offender at the police department, 130 S. McKinley Ave., as required by state law. The police did not release the person’s name.

  • Weld County man found guilty of assaulting women with knife, shovel in 2016

    A jury found a Weld County man guilty of two counts of first-degree assault Monday, May 14, after more than seven hours of deliberation.

    John Cordova, 43, of Hudson, was accused of stabbing a woman 23 times at a Hudson home on Sept. 25, 2016. After he stabbed her, police say Cordova grabbed a shovel when the woman tried to get away and hit her in the back of the head and neck with it.

  • Police report April 25

    Reports reflect calls from April 14 to 20 to the Fort Lupton Police Department. The reports do not indicate whether or not arrests were made. Not every call made to the police department is listed in this report.

     

    April 20

    Police registered a sex offender at the police department, 130 S. McKinley Ave., as required by state law. The police did not release the person’s name.