The Longmont Leader receives a police report from Longmont Public Safety daily. The police notes are published in full with occasional modifications to exact addresses, individual names and spelling. Please note that the category that the crime is labeled as is limited by police software based on the information the dispatcher receives when the call is made. Longmont Public Safety may edit the category as more information is learned about each case.
On June 27, officers responded to the 2100 block of Stuart Street on a single-vehicle motorcycle crash. A man was arrested for DUI related charges. Case cleared by arrest.
On June 27 around 1700 hours, an officer took a report of a cold criminal mischief in the 4400 block of Redmond Drive.
On June 26, Longmont police investigated a restraining order violation in the 600 block of Crisman Drive. This case is open.
On June 27, Longmont police contacted a woman for trespassing in front of a bank near the 2100 block of Main Street. The woman requested to go to a mental health treatment center for suicidal and homicidal ideations. She was transported to a nearby hospital and placed on a mental health hold.
On June 26, officers were dispatched to the 1700 block of East Ken Pratt Boulevard to take a report of a sex assault. This case is open pending investigation.
OTHER AGENCY ASSIST
On June 27 around 0132 hours, Longmont police responded to the 500 block of East First Avenue to assist the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office on a suspicious situation. Two men were issued summonses and released.
On June 27, Longmont police took a report from a woman of a domestic violence-related incident. This case is open pending further investigation.
A male was bitten June 27 while on a maintenance call at a home in Longmont, a warning was given for the incident.
On June 27, police responded to the 1600 block of Hover Street in reference to a shoplift. Information was gathered and a suspect description was developed.
On June 27 at approximately 1906 hours, officers were dispatched on a fraud call for service. A 36-year-old woman reported a credit card was used in Aurora for $63. No suspect information.