1:44 a.m. Thursday, March 7, Rockabillies Bar, 1233 W. 64th Ave.
A man was issued a municipal summons for an open container after an officer found him sleeping in his truck with an open can of Mike’s Hard Lemonade.
The man was sitting in a running white Dodge pickup truck parked outside of Rockabillies.
When the officer tapped on the window of the truck, the man woke up and threw the can of alcohol onto the floorboard.
The man apologized for trying to conceal the liquor and consented to a breath sample. His blood alcohol content was .179.
He insisted the only alcohol he had was half of a can of Mike’s Hard Lemonade.
The man was issued a summons for an open container of alcohol.
9:30 a.m. Friday, March 8, 5200 block of Garrison Street
A man filed a police report after his girlfriend’s unlocked car was stolen overnight.
The man used his girlfriend’s 1996 Toyota RAV4 on March 7 and parked it outside of his home. When he went outside at 7:30 a.m., the car was gone.
He said he knew he had forgotten to lock it and the only key was inside his home at the time it was taken, which was between 9:30 p.m. March 7 and 7:30 a.m. March 8.
The man’s wallet was also inside the car, which contained his driver’s license and various debit cards.
Later on March 8, the man reported to police that he found the vehicle a few blocks from his home. His daughter had taken the RAV4 on a ”joy ride” the night before without his permission and left it unattended after it ran out of gas.
3:32 p.m. Saturday, March 9, 13600 block of West 67th Place
A couple reported criminal mischief to police after finding their patio furniture damaged.
The residents told police their swinging bench on their front porch was damaged at some point in the last two weeks.
The couple usually enters their home through the garage and rarely see their front porch.
The plastic bench appeared to have been cut with a sharp object. The bench would have to be replaced, which would cost $150.
The woman said they do not have any problems with neighbors or anyone who lives outside the neighborhood, nor are there any mischievous juveniles or suspicious people around lately.
There are no leads in the case.
1:14 a.m. Sunday, March 10, 7-Eleven, 6700 block of Wadsworth Boulevard
A man was arrested for third-degree assault and criminal mischief after he attacked a 7-Eleven clerk.
Before the incident, an intoxicated woman was trying to buy cigarettes from the clerk, but did not have her ID with her. The clerk initially refused to sell them to her, but eventually sold them to her because he knew she was older than 18.
The woman then left with a man in a dark red Chevrolet SUV. Later, the same SUV backed into a handicapped spot and a man entered the store.
The man reportedly said ”You’re the one” to the clerk before punching him in the face, placing him in a chokehold and hitting him numerous times in the face and ribs. While in a chokehold, the clerk was able to hit the panic alarm behind the counter and the man left.
In addition to the clerk’s injuries, there was also about $20 worth of damage done to products and the store.
The clerk told police he could tell both the woman and man were intoxicated.
Officers went to the address the vehicle was listed to in the 6800 block of Marshall Street.
The man was placed under arrest at 1:38 a.m. for third-degree assault and criminal mischief and transported to Arvada Police headquarters at 3:10 a.m.
He was later transported to Jefferson County Jail.