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 March 6 at approximately 0042 hours, police responded to the 1400 block of Nelson Road in relation to a suspicious incident, later determined to be a theft. There are no suspect leads.
On March 6 at approximately 0347 hours, police responded to the area of South Coffman Street and Tempted Ways Drive, later determined to be auto theft(s). A man was later arrested and charged with numerous offenses including auto theft.
Police on March 6 investigated fraud involving online purchases. An unknown individual attempted to make several purchases using a woman’s credit card. No suspects have been identified.
A dog on March 6 bit a veterinary tech. Animal Control placed the dog in home quarantine.
Officers on March 6 observed a known wanted individual at the intersection of Sunset Street and Boston Avenue. A man was taken into custody without incident.
Police on March 6 responded to a welfare check at a business in the 900 block of South Hover Street. Upon investigation, it was determined an occupant of the vehicle was in possession of fentanyl tablets and other paraphernalia and had a $50,000 warrant for his arrest. The man was arrested on the drug charges, however, per Boulder County Jail standards, it would not accept the man on the drug charges or the warrant and he was released on a felony summons.
Officers on March 6 were contacted by the Adams County Sheriff's Department to take a report of a possible sexual assault. This case is under investigation.
Police on March 5 responded to the 1700 block of Meadow Street for a report of a previous theft.
On March 6 at approximately 0113 hours, officers received a phone call about possible menacing in the 1800 block of Cambridge Drive. The investigation is ongoing.
Police on March 6 took a report of motor vehicle theft in the 1300 block of Missouri Avenue. There are no witnesses or suspect information.
A cat on March 6 bit its owner and was placed in home quarantine.