.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Courts/Crime

  • Shooting kills man

    Fort Lupton police continue their investigation of an Aug. 29 shooting death.

    It happened in the 800 block of Denver Avenue about 8:30 pm. A press statement said officers found a man in his 40s who was unresponsive. The man was in a car.

    Officers tried to provide first aid, but authorities pronounced the unidentified victim dead at the scene.

    The investigation was continuing. Chief John Fryar said there was no threat to the comunity. The Weld County Coronrer's Office will release the name of the victim.

  • First "master officer" in Fort Lupton recognized
  • Neighbors remember slain Frederick family

    FREDERICK – As a stunned community tries to come to grips with the details of the case of Christopher Watts, who is charged with killing his pregnant wife, Shannan, and their two young girls, their neighbors paint the picture of a kid, though reserved family.

  • Fort Lupton Police Report Aug. 21

    This report reflects calls made to the Fort Lupton Police Department between August 11 and 17. Not every call made to the department is listed in this report. Arrests merely reflect accusations of crimes; all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

     

    August 17

    Bobbie Moreno, 36, reported a fraud. The investigation is ongoing.

     

    August 16

  • Arrest made in disappearance of three Frederick residents

    FREDERICK – Chris Watts, 33, whose wife and two daughters disappeared Monday, is in the Weld County Jail.

    Shanann Watts, 34, and two youngsters, vanished from their home Monday. She was 15 weeks pregnant. The FBI, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and Frederick pollice made the arrest early Aug. 16. Local media are reporting Watts confessed to murdering his family and would take investigators to the locations of the bodies.

  • Police blotter Aug. 13

    Fort Lupton Police Report Aug. 13

     

    This report reflects calls made to the Fort Lupton Police Department between Aug. 4 and 10. Not all calls made to the department are included in this report. Arrests merely reflect accusations of crimes; all subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

     

    Aug. 10

  • Felon formerly headed for Fort Lupton caught at border again

    U.S. Border Patrol officials have apprehended Manuel Araujo- Dominiguez again, after he crossed the United States - Mexico border.

    Araujo-Dominiguez previously was apprehended in March when he was attempting to move to Fort Lupton to live and work.

  • Police blotter July 31

    This report reflects calls made to the Fort Lupton Police Department between July 21 and 27. Not every call made to the department is listed in this report. Arrests only reflect accusations of crimes; all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

    July 27

    Police arrested Anthony Gonzales, 47, for attempted second-degree assault on an officer, obstructing an officer and resisting arrest. An additional charge of possession of amphetamines was later added to the arrest. He is being held at Weld County Jail.

  • Police blotter July 23

    This report reflects calls made to the Fort Lupton Police Department from July 14 to 20. Not every call made to the department is listed in this report. Arrests are only accusations of crimes; all accused parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 


    July 20

  • Chase lands Mead man in jail

    It started north of Fort Lupton. It ended near LaSalle. And when it did, a 22-year-old man from Mead, Cole Allen Reed, wound up behind bars facing a slew of charges.

    The problem began July 21 when a Weld County sheriff's deputy saw a Toyota Camry traveling at a high rate of speed on U.S. Highway 85 north of Fort Lupton. A chase started soon after.