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Unknown suspect trespasses vehicle,
stolen items returned

9:52 a.m. Thursday, May 23, 14000 block of W. 86th Place

A woman’s vehicle was trespassed and a bag taken from the trunk by an unknown suspect. Between 11 p.m. May 21 and 11 p.m. May 22, her black 2006 Audi A6 was parked in her driveway and locked when her husband found the passenger door open, which could only be done by going through the driver’s side door.

The driver’s side door lock was found damaged as well.

Nothing was taken from inside the vehicle, but a bag containing several items, including a Blackberry, photos and business paperwork, was taken from the trunk.

On May 23, the woman found a different bag with some of the items inside on her front porch. ]She told police she didn’t know if the suspect returned the items or if a neighbor found them, saw her family photos and returned them.

There is no suspect information in the case.

Man crawling along Sheridan with beer in hand arrested for violating restraining orders

12:04 a.m. Saturday, May 25, 6400 block of Sheridan Boulevard

A man was arrested for violating two restraining orders after police found him crawling on Sheridan Boulevard intoxicated with a beer in his hand. A man was found crawling on his hands and knees on the west side of the 6400 block of Sheridan.

When police turned on their emergency lights, the man got up and stumbled southbound on Sheridan and crossed 64th Avenue on a red light, nearly getting hit by a vehicle. Police said the man was extremely unsteady on his feet and was carrying a brown paper bag with a 24-ounce can of beer inside. The man told police his name and that he had ”a few beers.”

Police cleared his name through the state database and found he had two active restraining orders, both of which prohibit him from possessing or consuming alcohol.

The man was placed into custody at 12:11 a.m. and was transported to the Arvada Police Department for booking and then to the Jefferson County Jail.

Man’s backpack stolen, dumped in portable toilets during skating event

6:06 p.m. Saturday, May 25, Apex Recreation Center, 13150 W. 72nd Ave.

A man found most of the items stolen when an unknown person took his backpack while he was at an event.

The man was at a large skateboard event at the skate park when his backpack disappeared from the event tent area.

He later learned that the backpack was dumped into the portable toilets south of the skateboard area.

In his backpack was a Motorola RAZR 3 cell phone, a Russian passport, a First Bank debit card and other items. The man told police he located all of the missing items except his debit card.

There is no suspect information on who could have stolen and dumped the backpack.

Propane tank stolen from grill while
resident was out of town

9:13 p.m. Wednesday, May 29, 13700 block of W. 67th Place

An unknown person reportedly stole a propane tank off a resident’s grill while he was out of town.

The man told police he and his wife were out of town for the holiday weekend and when they returned, he went out to start their grill and found their propane tank was gone.

Nothing else in the yard was taken and his grill was not damaged.

The man said he and his wife had just purchased their home not too long ago and he found propane tank theft odd.

The man said it was taken sometime between May 22-29, and it will cost about $45 to replace a filled tank.

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